A very slow specialized crawler bait.
The Aventa Crawler Wood Model is a remake of the Aventa Crawler , which has a dead slow crawling action and has been remade with a special wood material to make it an even more ultimate dead slow action bait.
Depending on the wood material used, there are two models: the GT model, which has the same dead slow action, but with greater casting distance and cast accuracy, and the RS model, which has even greater dead slow action. The ability of the Aventa Crawler Wood model can be further enhanced by using the different models depending on where and in what situation it is used.
Special wood material is used to keep the original action and power of the lure while downsizing the body. Thanks to this, the hooking performance has been greatly improved, making it possible to set the hook on short bites with a high probability.
In addition, the reduced body size also reduces the pressure on the lure, making it a great lure for fishing in small areas such as ponds, standing trees and lay downs.
Large duralumin wing
These wings have a firm grip on the water.
Even with the super-dead throws, the action is still fresh.
Less travel distance is achieved.
Unique Wing Parts
The wood is not hollow inside, but produces a crunchy, dry metal sound. Our commitment to good sound extends to the heatens and screws, with a custom-made model that has no threads to prevent the base from getting caught on the threads.
What to do if you stop swimming straight
The right feather (1), if swimming to the right from the angler's point of view
If you want to swim to the left, adjust the left blade (2).
Please refer to (A) and (B) for instructions.
A small amount of adjustment will change the movement of the boat, so it is advisable to make adjustments as you swim.
(A) Wing (1) Adjustment (if swimming to the right)
Adjust the heaters of arrow (a) by turning the heaters of arrow (a) slightly until they are in a straight swimming position in the direction of (b).
(B) Adjustment of wing (2) (if swimming left)
Adjust the heaters of arrow (c) by turning the heaters of arrow (c) slightly until they are in a straight swimming position in the direction of (d).