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Daiichi Mighty Wide, Bait Hook
Road Runner Awesome Walleye
Daiichi with Signature Hooks
Casey’s Classic Road Runner
Randy’s Swim’n Road Runner
Mr. Crappie’s Slabalicious Road Runner Lure
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Awesome for Walleye series of hooks designed for Tommy Skarlis.Skarlis, Outdoor Life’s “2011 Top Ten Anglers on the Planet” is excited about his new series. His hooks include the Daiichi; bait holder patterns, octopus wide gap, bait hooks, and the Straight eye-Straight tie™ bait hooks.
Skarlis may be best known for his world record for the largest professional walleye tournament total weight. His three-day total for 15 walleyes weighing 138.28 lbs. was a whopping, 9.22 lb average.
All of the sizes are family priced
Ashley won the 2015 Bassmaster Classic with a homemade “Road Runner” that his dad made for him. “I thanked him thinking to myself, I won’t throw these” said Casey Ashley. Ashley found some bass in waters over 40-feet deep. The slow retrieve of his dad’s jig is what won the $300,000 tournament.
How do you improve a homemade “Road Runner” that won the classic? Ashley added a premium hook, prism eyes, and shad inspired colors. “Heck, we even tested four brands of ball bearing swivels.” Casey Ashley
Casey’s Classic Runner are available in both 1/4 and 3/8 ounce sizes, in twin-packs Anglers will have eight colors to choose from, including the “pearl” color that won the classic.
Howell’s rigged version was a success for anglers this year. “I did not realize how successful this lure would be. Heck, I only had a handful to fish this year’s classic with myself.” Randy Howell, Bassmaster Champion.
Randy’s Swim’n Runner heads is available in five colors. They feature the same 3-D eyes, holographic paint, premium hook, and a willow blade on a ball bearing swivel.
Both the 1/4 and 3/8 ounce heads are available twin packs
Wally Marshall AKA Mr. Crappie combines his Strike King Slabalicious body with a Road Runner.
“My Strike King Slabalicious profile body and the original Road Runner has been an awesome combination on the water.” Says Wally Marshall. The extra-long tail hinge allows the button tail to swim vigorously in the water, even at slow retrieves.
The original Road Runner head features the nickel over brass, Indiana blade that thumps. This blade and body combination allows a super slow retrieve for finesse presentations.
Road Runner heads also features a needle sharp, black nickel hook. The nine color choices will cover every water and weather condition. Both the 1/16 and 1/8 oz sizes “1+1” packs retail for about $2.49. The single Slabalicious Road Runner retails for about $2.09.