Oar-gee Plow colour YVC

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Description

The 60mm Oar-gee PLOW can be used for either casting or trolling and has a wide vibrant action irresistible to Its target species the Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Bass, Redfin, Trout and some estuary species such as Flathead and Estuary Perch. Available in two depths of 3.6mt and 5mt. This lure fits comfortably into all fishing methods. The weight of this lure is 13 grams and is constructed from ABS plastic, fully ultrasonically welded with loud rattle. Hooks are VMC 9632BZ size 4 and joined with 3H stainless steel split rings.

-The 75mm Oar-gee PLOW was designed as a medium size lure that could be used for either casting or trolling & has a wide vibrant action, with the strength to handle the biggest Murray Cod, Golden Perch with most other freshwater species. Available in two depths of  4.5mt and 7.6mt. This lure fits comfortably into all fishing methods. Trolling speeds can range from dead slow to 3kph with 2kph the optimum. The weight of this lure is 23 grams and is constructed from ABS plastic, fully ultrasonically welded with loud rattle. Hooks are VMC 9626BZ size 2 and joined with 4H stainless steel split rings.

-The 100mm Oar-gee PLOW is the largest lure in the freshwater range. Target species is predominantly Murray Cod while other species such as Golden Perch and Red Fin are a regular by-catch. Available in two depths, a 15+ and 25+. The 15 & 25 indicating a minimum trolling depth, with depths of 22 feet and 34 feet easily reached. for the respective models. The 100mm Plow has a wide pulsing action and loud rattle to entice even the fussiest  Murray Cod. Trolling speeds can range from dead slow to 3kph with 2kph the optimum. Weight of this lure is 46 grams and is constructed from ABS plastic, fully ultrasonically welded with loud rattle. Hooks are VMC 9626BZ size 2/0 and joined with 6H stainless steel split rings. The 100mm Plow has our Patent Pending bib locking system with integrated towing wire, giving it superior strength to handle the biggest of our native Murray Cod. Predominantly a trolling lure it can also be used for casting in heavy timbered areas. The trolling pressure exerted on the rod is light compared to most big lures and holding the rod all day is not a problem, a definite advantage when trolling or casting heavy timber.