HIGH-VIS PUPPETRY PERFECTED
GAMEFISH CAN’T IGNORE THE REFLECTIVE UV FINISHES
OF NORTHLAND’S NEW UV PUPPET MINNOW®
Bemidji, Minn. – Northland Fishing Tackle’s ever-deadly and ultra-versatile Puppet Minnow® just got easier for gamefish of all stripes to see and strike.
New for 2016, the company offers an optically brightened UV Puppet Minnow® version of the fish-catching, horizontally balanced swimming lure.
“The Puppet Minnow® is a year-round producer for a wide variety of predators including bull bluegills, crappies, perch, pike and walleyes,” says Team Northland® ace and puppet master Gary Roach. “The addition of sunlight-reflecting UV coatings makes it even deadlier whenever light penetration is compromised.”
Redesigned in 2015 to boost hookups and trigger more strikes, the Puppet Minnow® is perfect for casting and vertical jigging. Its hydrodynamic “air-plane” torso and proprietary tail fin allow it to dart erratically and fly in a semi-circle when ripped, pumped and dropped in freefall mode
The UV Puppet Minnow® also features Glowing Red 3D UV eyes, along with single hooks fore and aft, plus a wickedly sticky, free-swinging belly treble. It excels flying solo or tipped with a Northland IMPULSE® Perch Eye or Minnow Head.
“Optically brightening the UV Puppet Minnow® adds even more visual attraction in stained water, deep water and in other low-light conditions,” Roach explains. “Helping fish detect and home in on your lure for more action on every trip.”
UV Puppet Minnow® is available in six Team Northland®-selected colors and five sizes, including 1½-, 2-, 2½-, 3- and 3½-inch models in 1/8- to 1-ounce weights. Suggested retails are $4.49 to $5.19.
Sizes MSRP Optically Brightened UV Finishes
1½- to 3½-inch $4.49 to $5.19 Deadly Swimming, Darting Action
1/8- to 1-ounce Great For Jigging And Casting
Six Team Northland Color Patterns
UV Glo Perch, UV Firetiger, UV Green Perch, UV Pink Tiger,
UV Purple Tiger, UV Electric Perch
For More Information: visit www.northlandtackle.com or contact
Posted on Thu, September 29, 2016
by Kyle Waterman