Joll's Bounty Hunter Lures
The original bounty hunter was developed to take on and survive against one of the toughest fish that swims – Papuan Black Bass. Over the years the Bounty Hunters have accounted for more and bigger PNG Bass than any other lure in its class. And still holds its own with black bass to 50lb being taken by Dean Butler.
The species list is impressive and growing all the time
Papua New Guinea: Black and Spottail Bass – Mangrove Jack – GT’s - Dogtooth and Yellowfin Tuna – Wahoo – Spanish Mackerel – Mahi Mahi – Coral Trout.
South America: Dorado – Parana – Subiri.
Australia (Tropical): Spanish Mackerel – Coral Trout – Queenfish – GT’s Wahoo – Mahi Mahi – Yellowfin Tuna.
Australia (Temperate): Jewfish (Mulloway) – Yellow tail Kingfish – Cobia – Yellowfin, Mackerel and Striped Tuna – Amberjack – Wahoo – Mahi Mahi and even Snapper.
Construction: Solid floating body (timber buoyancy), length 130mm and weighs 35grms with all stainless construction through out and a keyed 3mm polycarbonate bib.
Hardware: Mustard 1/0 and 2/0 3X strong and size 5 s/steel rings
Action: Strong vibrant action, Lures dive to around the 4mtr mark.
Trawl Speed: 5 to 6 knots
They are now available in eight metallic saltwater colours.