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The patent pending Echotail™ is a hybrid vibrating blade bait that's revolutionizing how anglers will approach fish forever. We have combined the traditional blade bait with the ability to attach a wide variety of soft plastic tails on the market today. This offers almost endless possibilities of style, color and scent combinations to suit your fishing needs. Our bait is designed to maximize the action of any soft plastic tail while attracting fish from a distance. Multiple towing holes allow the bait to be extremely versatile whether you're jigging, casting or trolling. We manufacture the Echotail™ in multiple sizes to accommodate all species whether you're targeting panfish, esox or anything in between.
Mini Echotail™ (1/10 oz.)
Jr. Echotail™ (1/4 oz.) & Small Echotail™ (1/2 oz.)
Vibrations Tackle designed the Medium Echotail™ to attract most game fish in North American waters in both freshwater and saltwater. This might be just the right size bait for all you spring musky enthusiast! The Medium Echotail™ is extremely versatile and can except a wide range of soft plastic tails on the market today. The free-range motion of a soft plastic tail dancing behind vibrating blade bait is a perfect combination for maximizing action and water displacement. The Medium Echotail™ can be used for jigging presentations to entice fish to eat from great depths. Along with using the bait as a jig, the Medium Echotail™ can be utilized as a crankbait while fishing open water as well as river systems. A slightly heavier blade bait may be just the ticket for pursuing them deep lake trout! The Medium Echotail™ also can be utilized in a variety trolling applications!
Large Echotail™ (2 ½ oz) & Magnum Echotail™ (4 oz)
Pros TipsWhile the Echotail™ can be utilized as an effective jig, casting opens the door for many other presentations. Whether you're using a straight retrieve, yo-yoing the lure back, or bouncing the lure off the bottom, multiple pulling holes allows the bait to mimic different actions. As a rule of thumb, the closer you attach your snap towards the head the faster the lure should be retrieved in order to achieve proper lure vibration/action. On the flip side; connecting to the back towing hole will allow the angler to slow his or her retrieve using minimal rod movements while still allowing for a solid vibration. Slower speeds are recommended when connected to the back holes in order to keep the bait running true. If your bait is not running true (meaning straight), remember to tune your bait by bending the tail to the left if it wants to swim to the right and bend the tail to the right if it wants to swim to the left.
Attaching The Tail
Tuning your Echotail™ couldn't get any easier! In simple terms, if your Echotail™ retrieves to the left, bend the tail a little to the right. If your Echotail™ retrieves to the right, simply bend the tail a little to the left. Bend the tail by first finding a hard surface. Next, place the body of the tail onto the hard surface and place firm, but gentle, pressure pushing the tail either to the right or to the left. Not much bending is needed to achieve the desired result.
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