The Sugar Minnow SG 60F is not merely a smaller version of another minnow. In terms of action and construction, it differs from previous Sugar Minnow models. It will attain greater distance and a more stable swimming action by utilizing the innovative Shaft Glider mechanism.
One of the most well-known trout fishing lures is the Sugar Minnow. The Sugar Minnow is the foundation model for Bassday minnows. By and large, all other lures with a similar design are variations of the “Sugar” series. Certain characteristics were prioritized by Bassday’s designers. The side line features an extended, graceful body with “live” eyes and a gill that is delineated. The body has a natural, attractive shine that imitates scales.
In sizes 40/50/60mm, the silhouette of a swimming bait fish is replicated. The Sugar Minnow is not a tricky bait to work with. When the minnows twitch, it gives the impression that they are dying fish. Predators will find an action that is enticing if you retrieve consistently.
Floating solutions come in handy if you want to swim over obstacles like algae clusters, snags, or pebbles. Quick sinking types (such as the Sugar Minnow 50ES) sink like a wounded fish during pauses, making them easy prey for predators. Because of its shifting center of gravity, the Bassday lure casts well despite its low weight. The tiny lip gives a continuous wobble and roll action in fast currents.
In general, the Sugar Minnow SG 60F is a lure that will appeal to anglers of all kinds.
Working depth: 0.1 – 0.5m
Lure type: Floating (F)
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0.1 – 0.5m