JERK MOTION EXPLAINED

Its different. The Shrimp lure does not go backwards because shrimp do not go backwards... they go UP. So at distance keep the rod tip UP and the lure will go up .. you can actually pop this lure out of the water (vertically) 10 or 11 times per cast. And the cast will STILL take over 1 min to get back. WE call it Jerk Motion - the natural way a Shrimp Escapes a predator. 

But you can also just watch the Video :-) 


HARD PLASTIC LIVE SHRIMP

The Marker 54 Hard Plastic Live Shrimp mimics all three natural motions of a Shrimp. The forward motion, the fleeing motion, and the descent (the lure even lands on its "feet"). This is simply the most live like shrimp lure in the water. The lure weighs slightly more than 1/4 ounce, but sinks like a 1/16. It has a Rattle, and the flexible tail is as durable as engineering allows - while still remaining flexible. My lure is not trying to compete with other lure companies, i am trying to compete with live bait! 












SWIM-SPOOK

A topwater that lays on its side (like a dead fish) at rest. This is the perfect topwater Lure

JERK SHRIMP 

Backwards motion Shrimp lure that 
rises Vertically when pop'd. 

MARKER 54 SHRIMP 

A true Glide lure. For every 6" it drops the lure gilded forward one inch and ALWAYS lands on its feet (just like in the picture)