The artificial Waxwing that have already made so much talk about themselves. The most attentive will have already had the opportunity to touch them by hand, buying them directly in the United States, a country where these lures were presented no later than a year and a half ago. The critics immediately rewarded them as the best product of the year, as evidenced by the award won at the ICAST in Las Vegas in 2010. Born mainly for the fishing of pelagics in the wild, they have proven to be very eclectic and versatile even in completely different environments such as for example, the small lakes in which to trout rainbow trout. The shape of these lures is as innovative as it is ingenious. Instead of the headstock, which as we well know offers harmful friction during the launch phase, the Waxwing is equipped with two "fins", one upper and one lower, mounted near the head, which give it aerodynamics in flight and at the same time a whole series of typical artificial movements with headstock. In addition to this, the particular arrangement of the fins allows this artificial WTD-like movements to be proposed both on the surface and in the very first layers of water.