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Swarm™ - SwitchBlade Trolling Flasher System

Apr 3 2014, 1:04pm CDT | by

Revolutionary new trolling flasher system for Salmon, Trout and Kokanee.

Boise, ID, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Wigglefin Tackle, LLC.wigglefin.com An Absolutely Superior Flasher Design.

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Swarm™ - SwitchBlade Trolling Flasher System

Apr 3 2014, 1:04pm CDT | by

Revolutionary new trolling flasher system for Salmon, Trout and Kokanee.

Boise, ID, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Wigglefin Tackle, LLC.

wigglefin.com

An Absolutely Superior Flasher Design.



Designed on the same principal of random movement and vibration as the ActionDisc™, the natural swimming action of Swarm flashers makes them the best choice to run meat rigs, hoothcies and flies.

You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

All flashers are designed to attract fish by representing other fish feeding. When a Salmon charges a ball of bait fish, they burst in every direction to escape. The pursuing Salmon selects a single fish and with an instant banking turn and seizes it. The resulting broadside flash produced by the Salmon's rolling turn triggers a natural instinct in other fish to investigate.

One or more Salmon feeding on a bait ball produce an erratic sequence of flashes as they randomly dart through the bait fish from different angles.

Swarm flashers produce randomly timed, single or multiple flashes at different angles.

Other flashers produce a single flash with an unnatural shape and mechanical rhythm…flash-- flash--flash--flash--flash. . . Salmon will investigate, but the mechanical aspect of the flash triggers caution.

On Closer Inspection...

With other flashers the unfamiliar shape and mechanical movement increases the Salmon's sense of caution as it approaches. The fish may want the bait, but it's typical for it to advance, then shy away several times as it tests the unnatural flasher as a potential threat.

The slow advance allows the fish to nibble the bait and often spit it out without getting hooked.

A Natural Advantage

Instead of posing a threat, the Swarm flasher's natural movement and familiar shape of several, smaller feeding fish, triggers a competitive response. The salmon's instinct is to strike the bait before one of the "smaller fish" can get it.

The result is an explosive, hook-setting strike.

Quick Swap Blades = More Flash for Your Cash



Want to change the color of your flasher while your fishing? Swarm flasher blades are attached with CrossLoc snaps, making it easy and fast to swap, or mix blade colors without even taking it off the downrigger, much less tying on a different flasher all together.

And... you can store a whole assortment of flat, compact Swarm blades in a fraction of space required to store an assortment of old triangle flashers.

Reach a Wider Audience



Traditional in-line Salmon flashers are limited to a single angle of reflection. Much like the sun reflection off a car windshield it can be very bright, however... if you are not at the precise angle to the sun you see little or no reflection at all.

The blades on Swarm flashers are attached with BeadChain which allows a random path of travel and complete freedom of movement. As the flasher is trolled this random quality allows the blades to cast reflected light in multiple directions.

Reliability



The fins on the prop of the Swarm flasher are moved to the mid section making it impossible for the blades to become entangled in your bait leader or with each other.

Versatility



Swarm trolling flashers can be run in-line... or as a dummy flasher from your downrigger ball.

Tough as Nails



The large Swarm Salmon flashers are made of super tough Makrolon PolyCarbonate (bullet proof glass) you won't break this flasher on a fish or in your boat.

Weather you're salmon fishing in Oregon, California or Washington, Alaska, BC or the Great Lakes, Swarm™ flashers will give you an edge you can't get with other flashers.

Get one

Swarm™ flashers are designed and manufactured by Wigglefin Tackle, LLC. in Boise, ID and are currently available for purchase only from the company web site - wigglefin.com

Contact Information:
WiggleFin Tackle, LLC.
Dean Teegarden
208-388-8539
Contact via Email
www.wigglefin.com

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