Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Talon Lures Releases Shibui Yana

Talon Lures has become known for their commitment to producing high quality lures that offer anglers the highest quality components combined with artistic finishes that match forage bases around the country. Along with their quality and appearance, Talon Lures has also earned a reputation for being innovative; and they have further exhibited that nature with the Shibui Yana™.

Yana™ which is a Japanese word that means fish trap is a lure that combines the foundation of a buzzbait with the dressings of a swim jig and a spinner. Yana™ features a precisely balanced Shibui styled head with a wire protruding from the nose and a giant 6/0 Mustad Ultrapoint round bend hook on the business end of the lure.

To the precision foundation, Talon Lures adds a spinner blade that rotates around the wire form giving Yana™ an incredible action that incorporates sound, flash and vibration. Yana™ also features the highly detailed paint jobs, 3-D eyes and lifelike hand tied skirts.

The Shibui Yana™ is the perfect complement for multiple styles of trailers. The size of the hook allows anglers to put swimbaits, soft plastic jerkbaits, grubs and even straight tailed worms. The trailers will stay locked in position thanks to Talon's V-Claw trailer keeper. The action of Yana™ creates action in every kind of trailer, even finesse worms.

The Shibui Yana™ can be slow rolled and bumped along bottom cover, counted down and retrieved through suspended bass, or burned over grassbeds and other submerged cover. Shibui Yana™ is a swim jig taken to the extreme, and it may be one of the most versatile lures to enter the marketplace in a long time.

Shibui Yana™ is available at Talon Lures dealers, and will soon be taking the water ways by storm. Visit Talon Lures to find a dealer near you, and get ready to take your swim jig fishing to the next level.

Talon Series Custom Lures is based in Milam, Tex., they are a producer of high quality tackle, built to attract and land the massive bass found in Texas fisheries. They make each lure on site in their Texas facilities, bringing expert craftsmanship and design to life in their products. Visit them on the web at www.talonlures.com

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