Extreme Commotion

Bluefox's New Vibrax Lure

Published in the April 2009 Issue Published online: Apr 09, 2009
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Look out below-the Salmon Super Vibrax is standing by and getting ready to take a deep plunge below the surface. With its explosive attitude and hard cutting aggressive action, this lure is a force to be reckoned with.

Fish can't resist the high frequency vibrations of the Salmon Super Vibrax, and with its tantalizing color patterns, there's no place for them to hide. Featuring an elongated brass mainbody with super-reflective metal plated and painted finishes, this lure's fish imitating action is irresistible. Between the rhythmic cadence and fluttering spinner blade action, salmon and big fish alike won't know what hit them until it's too late.

The free-turning brass gear of the Salmon Super Vibrax pierces through the water at four to five feet. Designed to rattle when rubbed against the bell, this lure intimidates fish, causing them to become territorial and evoking them to strike. Unique to this spinner is the tried-and-true VMC hook, specially dressed for added attraction.

Outfitted with a 30-degree blade and designed to cast farther, this lure is meant to cover as much water as possible. Confident in its ability to bring in big fish, the Salmon Super Vibrax ensures long casting even when using ultra-light equipment.

With all the flash and attraction of a traditional Vibrax Spinner, coupled with Bluefox's newest innovative designs, this lure is eager to seek and cause commotion. The Salmon Super Vibrax will close the gap between close encounters and fishing success.

Suggested retail price: $8.49. For more information visit: www.bluefox.com

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