Leppa is a metal jig with a flattened shape, not for nothing Leppa, in Sardinian dialect, means "knife", and in fact its physiognomy is very reminiscent of that of a dagger. The particularly flat and aerodynamic shape, combined with the center of gravity moved to the rear, allow it to launch surprisingly. In the recovery it allows many customizations: it manages to guarantee a nervous and very attractive swimming even on the linear recovery and at very low speeds and at the same time on the jerkates it responds with evident lateral shots as if it were a jerk bait instead of a metal jig; with high barrel and sustained speed it is possible to make it swim just below the surface by exploiting the vortices that it will create as an additional source of attraction for predators. It is proposed with a special single hook (Gàmu round hook) instead of the classic treble hook, because it is a more reliable conformation against large marine predators. Excellent for both land and boat use, it is indicated for the search for a large number of predators, in particular pelagics such as various tunnids, bonito, amberjacks and dolphins. However, it is not disdained by predators of the coast as snappers and greenhouses; Excellent artificial for fishing on off shore feed where its swimming characteristics allow very slow passages that allow you to stay in the frenzy area for longer. They are sold with an already mounted holographic stick. This shovel is mainly used for use on feed because it allows a greater parking in the hunting area and an additional attraction for fish. In case of fishing in deeper areas it is advisable to remove it to increase the sinking speed of the lure.
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