Seeing a Bloody Ghost

TT Lure's Ghostblade has proven to be a favourite lure for anglers chasing bream, bass, estuary perch, redfin and trout, while also proving effective on a myriad of other species.

This 1/12oz polycarbonate, finesse blade has a unique vibration and tone that the makers say draws fish to the lure and triggers strikes. It can be jigged, cast or trolled and its lightweight design makes it ideal for fishing over the flats, as well as when targeting fish around structure such as pontoons, rock walls and mangrove edges.

The Ghostblade was originally available in 10 proven colours and after many requests from anglers comes the release of the first of a series of new colours - the Bloody Ghost.

Bloody Ghost features an Ayu head, transparent blood red polycarbonate blade and black back that has proven deadly in both clear water and tannin stained or murky water for bream and other species. Its red colour is also sure to appeal to anglers chasing redfin in southern parts of the country and jungle perch in the north.

The Bloody Ghost Ghostblade is available now through stores that stock TT or ZMan lures, with a suggested retail of around $15.95. www.ttlures.com.au

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