Head Types

No. 1 | All Purpose


Swims basically straight with slight movements from side to side. Remains 70% underwater and 30% on the surface. This varies depending on the velocity you are trolling and the conditions of the water. Ideal in any position on a trolling pattern. The best recomended position would be from the 4th to the 6th wave on the inside place of the outrigger. Shaft angled upward at approximately 5º. Designed to be trolled at 7 to 10 knots.

No.2 | Swimmer


Swims side to side and up and down. Remains 30% underwater and 70% on the surface. While on the surface it throws a water curtain to the front then it sinks displaying lateral movements then comes back to the surface. Ideal to be trolled on the outriggers in the outer position between the 5th and 9th wave. Also very effective in the short corner and in the teaser position. Shaft angled upward at approximately 5º. Designed to be trolled at 6 to 9 knots.

No.3 | Pusher


Swims side to side and up and down. Remains 30% underwater and 70% on the surface. While on the surface it throws a water curtain to the front then it sinks displaying lateral movements then comes back to the surface. Ideal to be trolled on the outriggers in the outer position between the 5th and 9th wave. Also very effective in the short corner and in the teaser position. Shaft angled upward at approximately 5º. Designed to be trolled at 6 to 9 knots.

No.4 | Smoker


Swims straight up and down. Remains 80% underwater and 20% on the surface. As it sinks, it smokes and shakes then comes to the surface, pushing the water and getting more water bubbles before repeating the pattern. Can be trolled in any trolling position and in any water conditions. The best recomended position is on the corner behind tye 4th wave. Designed to be trolled at 7 to 12 knots.