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Shimano Lucanus Jig 60gm - Dungeness Crab



Shimano Lucanus Jig 60gm - Dungeness Crab

Shimano is set to revolutionize the way anglers fish yet again with the introduction of a brand new bottom fishing system called Lucanus. Two years in the making this new system revolves around a new type of jig that carries the butterfly jigging concept to the next level.
The Lucanus jigs resemble a small bug-squid hybrid (the lure itself is named after the Lucanus, a well known series of stag beetle, most likely due to the likeness in profile). The lures are surprisingly heavy for their diminutive size and the cores are made out of a lead alloy. The body is compact yet hydrodynamic, and looks like the mantle of a squid or baby octopus.
The hooks blend beautifully into the skirts and can actually be changed out through the top of the jig. The actual body of the jigs is painted with a thick layer of paint, and the details look fantastic. The same can be said about the skirts which sport matching silicon and elongated glow in the dark appendages.

Shimano Lucanus Jig is an exciting approach to catching bottom species during the cold water season when fish are not so active.

The aerodynamic head design lets it sink quickly to the bottom and stabilizes the jig when it is retrieved. 

Shimano Lucanus Jig 60gm - Dungeness Crab FEATURES:

  • Aerodynamic head design lets it sink quickly to the bottom and stabilize the jig when it is retrieved
  • Dual eyelet design allows the bottom eyelet to be used to tie the line with a sinker for fast current condition
  • Glow eye for extra appeal in the deep water
  • Multiple hook system provides higher hook-up ratio
  • Durable silicon skirts and trailers wobble and vibrate during the jig movement

The Lucanus jigs sport areas to tie the jigs on both on top and beneath the lure’s rear section. This allows anglers to rig the Lucanus jig either alone or with another leader tied on the bottom for elevated fishing. With another leader and weight tied below the rig starts to look like an oversized drop shot rig with the Lucanus jigs suspended.
To fish the Lucanus jig simply drop the jig to the bottom and start winding very slowly to move the jig towards the desired water column, then drop the jig to the bottom again and repeat several times. Bantam told us that takes were different and that it wasn’t necessary to set the hook to hard, as the fish really set themselves when they attack the bait. Simply keep reeling as you feel bites and interestingly because of the shape of the lure and the way that the hooks are positioned in the skirt the lure did not hang up often in Shimano’s tests.

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