The fast sinking model was first redone as the Palms Alexandra AX 43FS. The initial model was released in 2004 but was later withdrawn. Fish in streams often focus their attention on the water’s surface as the water temperature rises. Thus the splash upon entry is amazing to attract trout.
Palms Alexandra AX 43FS is a remake of the original of the fast sinking model. The original was release in 2004, but later discontinued. As water temperature rises, fish in streams tend to concentrate their gaze towards the waters surface. Waiting for food in the feeding lanes where the flow brings in bugs and minnows.
The Flutter Sinking is most effective when used upstream. Rod work is needed to control the lure, to make it light and nimble. Thus allowing it to attract fish with a share landing sound and continuous fluttering. Alexandra AX 43FS sinking speed makes it effective not only in high pressure currents. Shallow rapids are also great to attack with this PALMS lure.
The movement imitates a small minnow dancing threw the main current. This triggers bites and provides the a pleasurable fishing experience. The substrate lip is strong enabling a strong presentation.
Models 50FS and 43FS are available.
Strengthened body & lip
The lure’s narrow lip, which initiates movement and sharp action, is supposed to be more durable. Not only will the lure be more active, but it will also be more durable.
A steady fall is achieved by the flat body and low center of gravity. When using the rod, there is a constant fluttering action.
Anti Hook Out system
The belly hook incorporates a rolling ring and an ANTI HOOK OUT SYSTEM to prevent the trout from running during the fight.
Hook Size: #10 single