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Marlinstar Medium Tomahawk

Marlinstar Medium Tomahawk

 
The Tomahawk is an exciting lure to watch as it swims realistically on the surface only to disappear to depths well below any bubble trails or prop wash. As the lure climbs back to the surface, it leaves huge plumes of “smoke” in its path. Once back to the surface the Tomahawk will send fans of spray upward resuming in its sub-surface course in which it pops to the surface every six seconds or so depending on your trolling speed. Underwater, the head of the Tomahawk is engulfed by a massive bubble resulting in the magnification of color and flash. The interesting thing about this lure is how much action it puts into the spread. In a spread with straight running lures this is the one that absolutely is going richter! The swimming action as opposed to a “wiggling” movement seems to peak the curiosity of all pelagics to a point that the strikes are downright savage! But I believe the most unique feature of the Tomahawk is the depths in which it will reach.

All Marlinstar lures are hand made, one of a kind. Lure color and specific detail may vary.

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  Probably the most exciting billfish lure made
Submitted by Marc L. from Dana Point, CA on 05/29/09
Certified member, Verified buyer
I have fished these lures for three seasons now. I have seen these lures raise many striped marlin. I have witnessed 30+lb dorado do a U-turn and destroy these lures. Beautiful handcrafted works of art.
  The Tomahawk is the real deal.
Submitted by Alex B. from West Palm Beach, FL on 05/27/09
Certified member, Verified buyer
I had the opportunity to run a Tomahawk on my first trip to Guatemala this year. To say I was impressed would be an understatement. With Sailfishing in being primarily a teaser affair down there, we ran a Dorado pattern Tomahawk as a teaser. On our best day we raised 25 fish. In several instances, we had to take the green and yellow Tomahawk out of the water in order to get a hard charging Sail to switch off to a pitch bait.

I left the lure aboard Captain Chico's boat. During April's Marlin bite in Guatemala, I got several emails from a few Captains who, having seen the Tomahawk in action and the fish it was raising, wanted a few of their own.
     
 
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