After much research Marlin Mudflaps designed a large teaser which pulls light and offers the billfish a realistic silhouette of a tuna. Because size really does matter. The material used to make their teasers is extremely durable. It can withstand countless blue marlin encounters. The teasers are designed to pull flat and mimic a tuna. After many years of trial and error they designed several different styles of silhouette teasers.
Proven Results - In the short amount of time that their teasers have been on the market, they have contributed to over $2million dollars in winnings. Some of the best tournament fisherman in the world are pulling these teasers.
There are many different ways to pull our Mudflaps: Pull the teaser alone, Rig a bird in front of the teaser, Run with a slanthead/flathead lure in front of a teaser, Run behind bowling pins, Pull our teasers as a tuna chain, Run in front of a fender, and many other countless ways.
The Original Mudflap was created by Bobby Wells. It is designed to mimic the silhouette of a Panamanian strip bait. The shape has two flaps for a tail that give it an erratic swimming action when placed on the face of a wave. The Mudflap creates very little drag for the size that they are. They don’t weed up easily making them an excellent bridge teaser. Due to the slender profile of these teasers you are able to get them away easily from large, hungry Blue Marlin. The Mudflap is constructed out of extremely flexible material that has a tinsel strength of 700lbs. per square inch which makes them very durable, tear resistance and enables them to take a beating by all sea monsters. This teaser has raised large Marlin on the Jammer in Gulf of Mexico, Bahamas, Bermuda, and the Pacific.