Predatory game fish such as Walleye can now view Northland’s Macho Minnow jigging spoon in a brand new light. The popular high performance lure is now available in the ultra violet UV Macho Minnow variation, which benefits from optically enhanced, high visibility UV finish that harnesses the ultraviolet rays of the sun to attract more fish. Legendary guide Tony Roach, fishing professional for over a decade, believes that the addition of the ultra violet coating to the Macho Minnow, which already potent fish attraction powers, will make the lure deadlier than ever for vertical casting and jigging.
In fact the UV Macho Minnow employs the same bold moves and wild styling as the original Macho Minnow. The unique CutSlab™ bevelled edges produce a realistic crippled minnow action complete with erratic tumbles, flashes and flutters. Additionally the Metal Kicker-Tail™ fin creates clicks, clatters and vibrations grabbing the attention of any passing fish.
Roach further suggests that the ultra violet coatings on the Macho Minnow is raising the bar by making the spoon a lot more visible to fish in a wide variety of fishing situations. Roach explains how the UV enhancements in the lure can better attract fish during low light periods and are also beneficial when used in deep water and in stained conditions.
The UV Macho Minnow is available in a range of sizes and in a choice of optically brightened UV Finishes
The Northland UV Macho Minnow is available now in four different sizes:
- 1/16-ounce with a number 10 hook
- 1/12- and 1/8-ounce versions with a number 8 hook
- 1/4-ounce with a number 6 hook
You can also choose from a range of six different eye catching colour patterns, which have been carefully selected based on Northland’s time honoured “Made by Fishermen for Fishermen” philosophy and carefully chosen by the company’s team of professional fishing guides.
- UV Glo Perch
- UV Firetiger
- UV Green Perch
- UV Pink Tiger,
- UV Purple Tiger
- UV Electric Perch
For more information on the UV Macho Minnow Jigging Spoon visit http://www.northlandtackle.com