Wilma's Weakness Baitfish - White Walker

$ 7.95

One of our faithful tied this magical color scheme up for a trip out to Montana this May, and we had to add this to the catalog. The blue eyes and the zombie-esque body of the White Walker offers great contrast between the golden tan and the copper toning. Both sculpin and crawfish commonly have these tones integrated into their camouflage and mottling.
Wilma's Weakness - Erratic, voluminous baitfish pattern.

Sizes - #2-#1-#2/0 - 6 WT+, #1/0-#2/0-#4/0 - 7WT+

Hook - #2 & #1/0 features the Gamakatsu B10S, #2/0S, #4/0S Gamakatsu SL12S

Hook Upgrades - Ahrex TP610 #1, #2/0

Weighting - #2-#1-#1/0-#2/0 feature a 5/32" nose cone in the middle joint, the #2/0-#4/0 have no additional weight.

Profile Style - Hard headed, anatomical length nose to tail & width pectoral to pectoral. Swims balanced due to the rubber legs and maintains the hook point down during the retrieve. 

Action - Wilma has just enough weight to get you through the surface tension, and offers huge travel between strips. Her tail is constantly fluttering, and once any predators gets a look at those does eyes, it is over.

The Wilma's Weakness baitfish offers a full bodied profile while maintaining high wiggles and easy casting.