In swift streams, the DUO Tetra Works Toto has proven itself. The action isn’t hampered by the fast pace. In still water ponds, the Toto 48S also catches predators. The most important thing is to master the challenging, but successful stop-and-go retrieval technique.
DUO Tetra Works Toto 48S the Sinking version of the 48 version which was initially designed for the Japanese market. It allows you to present the minnow even deeper. More importantly, the working level is unchanged. Because of the extended pause in our conditions, namely still water and rivers with average flow, the minnow can dive pretty deep. You can then begin capturing fish in the given level while progressively retrieving the DUO lure.
Toto 48S isn’t simply a bigger version of its predecessor. Some changes to the 48 construction were made to get the required “behavior” and original action. Its sides were flattened, and its forepart was altered. As a result, we have a fantastic minnow with excellent catching efficiency and superb action that deserves to be recognized by many fishermen.
The sinking version’s larger dimensions and, as a result, weight of 3,7 grams made a significant contribution to the series of these lures. The range of casts has expanded, making it easier to fish in broader regions. Furthermore, casting as far as the habitat of asp, a highly cautious fish, is doable.
The DUO lure allows you to capture at deeper depths due to specific design features. At rivers with swift streams, where light lures are difficult to present, catching efficiency increases.
The DUO Tetra Works Toto 48S, like its “younger brother,” is quite popular among spinning rod anglers. It’s ideal for perch, pike, asp, pikeperch, ide, and chub, which are common “dwellers” in our rivers and lakes. Fans of northern river trout fishing use it to “hunt” for loach, grayling, and even salmon. This “workhorse” style is popular among anglers, and it helps beginners grasp minnow fishing.
Working depth: 0.3 – 1.2m
Lure type: Sinking (S)
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0.3 – 1.2m