TT Lures NedlockZ Jigheads

TT Lures NedlockZ – new colours

TT Lures NedlockZ JigheadsWITH the growing popularity of the Ned Rig in Australia, a finesse technique that has exploded in popularity in the US, the TT Lures NedlockZ, ‘mushroom’-style stand-up jig head is now available in two new colours: Chartreuse and Orange.

Originally available in Black and Green Pumpkin colours, anglers were looking for a couple of strike-trigger colours, with both Chartreuse and Orange being popular highlight colours on other lures, such as hard-bodies and blades, and the perfect fit for pairing up with plastics to attract fish and trigger strikes. Orange is also ideal for teaming up with natural-coloured plastics, such as the Greasy Prawn-coloured Z-Man 2.5” TRD CrawZ to create a saltwater yabby imitation when fishing around yabby beds.

The NedlockZ jig head combines perfectly with the buoyancy of Z-Man’s 10X Tough ElaZtech plastics to create a presentation that is either fleeing when retrieved or rapidly standing vertically in a feeding or defensive pose when paused, much like a crab, shrimp or yabby, throwing its claws up to defend itself and in turn triggering a strike from predatory species. The TT Lures NedlockZ are built on heavy-duty Mustad UltraPoint black nickel, chemically sharpened hooks, the hooks that have made the TT Lures HeadlockZ HD series of jig heads so popular, and they also feature the ‘head lock’ grub keeper to better secure your soft plastics in place.

Available in Black, Green Pumpkin, Chartreuse and Orange colours, NedlockZ are available in four weights of 1/15oz 2H, 1/10oz 1H, 1/6oz 1H and 1/5oz 1H, with five per pack and a SRP of $9.95.

It’s great to see an Australian owned and operated family business introducing quality, innovative products for both Australian and international anglers. Bring it on!

www.ttlures.com.au

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