Imakatsu

WADDLE BUGGY

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Condition: New
Length: 70mm
Weight: 18g
Type: Floating

Staggered Miracle Type

At first glance, it appears to be a fancy lure.
The miraculous Big Bud was a tournament lure with a lot of power.
It was a true miracle lure that was created by coincidence, as if it had come out of a gourd, as the model that Imae tuned during the tournament produced amazing catches.
After experiencing the overwhelming power of this lure, Imae continued to work hard to incorporate its miraculous ability into mass-produced models. In 2013, after 12 years of work, he succeeded in creating a mass-produced model with the ability that satisfied Imae. That is the miracle frog, the Waddle Buggy.

How to
The Waddle Buggy is equipped with Imakatsu's patented Waddle Blade, which can generate the staggered action that was the best bite trigger of the Miracle Bud, just by retrieving it, as it is shipped.
In addition, by forcing the large volume hollow body halfway into the water with the long lip, it generates a large pulling wave that appeals to bass and a strong wave motion that diffuses into the water. It also has a built-in wood rattle that resembles the sound of a small frog. Its ability is even more impressive when other lures are silent, such as under the blazing sun in the middle of summer.

The hollow high-float body with a large volume and a long lip generates a large pulling wave and a strong pushing wave.

Waddle blade

Randomly rotating horizontally set waddle blades create resistance when they catch water in front, creating a staggered action.


The unique castanet blade is a newly designed blade made up of two blades.
The contact between these blades and the metal rivets embedded in the body produces a cool sound.


It is equipped with a wood rattle inside the body, which makes a sound like a real frog croaking when shaken or rolled.
The model with a built-in flash plate does not have the wood rattle because the flashing appeals to fish. 


The rear hook attachment point is lower than the front, and the rear hook hangs much longer in the water. This is important and makes even a weak sucking bite a high probability hookup.