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Bottom Knock Swimmer 41
The Bottom Knock Swimmer 41 is a model that has the same functions as the Bottom Knock Swimmer II but has been increased to the maximum size.
It can be handled with light power tackle or more, and long casts can be made with ease. This model greatly expands the possibilities of the Bottom Knock Swimmer.
Bottom Knock Swimmer 41 has a fast sinking speed and inertia as its size increases.
It can be used for fast currents, deep pools and midstream areas.
How to use
The BTK-Swimmer 41 has a high buoyancy and keeps its tail facing upward when it lands on the bottom even in flowing water. When bottom tapping and bottom knock swinging, the lure looks like a small fish feeding on the bottom.
When just reeling the lure, it swims horizontally while slowly swinging its tail from side to side. When twitching the lure with line slack, the tail swings left and right, and sometimes up and down, creating a swinging action that turns on the neutral trout.