Here it is what a lot of you guys have been waiting for the Texas Toothpick. This is a great pencil bait. We have been testing this for some time inshore and offshore. These lure have shown to put fish in the box. The lure has a side to side swimming action when just reeled. When sinking the lure has a flutter action, with rod tip input it has a side to side dart action with a little bit of twist combined with the holographic finish gives which gives this lure a great flash. Comes with 4X strong VMC hooks. It has an internal rattle system. Composed of high quality ABS plastic.
Hooks #4 VMC 9626
Inshore: Redfish, Speckled Trout, Bluefish, Spanish Mac, Snook. Striped Bass Orange spotted trevally.
Offshore: Mahi Mahi, Cobia, Blackfin Tuna, Queenfish, Trevally and many more
Freshwater: Bass all types.
While testing the Texas Toothpick on light tackle. I hooked into a large fish my first thought it was one of the many of Tuna that were breaking the water around us. After fighting the fish for some time I got to see just what the fish was. It turned out to be a Giant Trevally est. weight to be around 30 to 35 pounds. A great fish for such a small lure, and since these fish are called tackle busters. I was surprise how well the lure held up. I was still able to keep fishing with the lure with no problem.