Ever Green Clutch Hitter Crankbait

Ever Green
Clutch Hitter Crankbait

C9 Price: US$17.05

Code: 16gpd_c9

Ever Green Clutch Hitter

Ever Green Clutch Hitter is back-ordered item - and expected to be shipped in 3 to 7 days.


Size: 58mm, 12.5g (2-1/4", 7/16oz)
Type: Floating 
Depth: 0 - 30cm (0 - 1ft)
Hook: Ever Green Treble Magic #5 / #6


CH-1 is Morizo Shimizu’s Super Shallow Runner crankbait. New product with target range of less than 1 foot has been added to the lineup. It has Morizo’s preference of high response and sharp high pitched wide wobble action, allowing one to rapidly seek extremely shallow waters, which were not possible before.

1. Remarkable casting distance
It is a fixed weight lure, but there is a rattle room at the end of the body (tungsten and stainless), allowing remarkable distance and to search wider area quickly.
2. Less than 1 foot for range setting
It dives approximately 1 foot at normal retrieve. You can aim from water surface to 1 foot depth with the adjustment with angle of the rod and retrieve speed, which can attract fish that stay below water surface.
3. Quick response upon retrieving with most powerful action compatible
to fast and low speed
Due to the circuit board and fixed weight at a low center of gravity, it responds quickly upon its contact with water. Highly appealing sharp high pitched wide wobble action. The action and the rattle attract fish in extensive area. Even at low speed it takes firm hold of the water with action, and during high speed retrieval it does not leave the water so one can use it stress-free.
4. Complex low pitched sound appealing for big bass
Most powerful high-pitched wide wobble action with two different materials for rattle, producing complex low pitched sound strongly appeals to big bass.
5. Fast recovery and voluntarily action inducing bites
The wide grip and wide action helps avoid covers. Even after the contact with structures it recovers quickly not missing the strike zone. Now, the moment of contact with structures or when retrieval stops, the lure voluntarily moves creating action that induces bites.

Facebook Comments