Currently I am building lures on a very limited bases and at this time it is just a hobby for me. The plug pictured
on the left is the first bait that I ever fully completed. What a great hobby!
If you are a fan
of the Beachmaster "Cowboy" or the Pichney "Conrad" you will luv the "Kurrent-Kitten". Built
the way original pikes were mean't to perform; the pike swims underwater [some people call them trollers] 1'- 15' depending
on conditions and tuning. The average weight is around 3oz., making the bait easy to cast for distance or into a strong
wind; it also gives you the ability to fish the side of a jetty, etc. that probably no one else has fished. The lure holds
very well in white water and of course current. The pike can also be tuned to swim on top to a certain degree [ if need
be ] again based on conditions......
I've been field testing the lure for a while now from the beach, jetties, canals, inlets, etc. and personally
have had fish up to 33 lbs on the bait. One friend of mine that fishes from a boat has caught fish up to 40 lbs.