Cruiser Pike 160 Jerkbait

Colors Northern, Juvenile, Tiger Musky
Weight 65gr | 2.3oz
Size 160mm | 6 1/3"
Filed in Gliders
RATE slow sinking

The Cruiser Pike is a slow-sinking, gliding jerkbait, which resembles a northern pike or musky. It is a very effective pike/musky bait especially in the springtime, when the big pikes/muskies feed on their progenies.

  • handmade in Germany
  • super strong biresin body, 100% watertight
  • real through wire construction with Ø 1,6mm | 0.062″ SS wire
  • one at a time, pressure casted at 60PSI
  • primed with industrial grade primer
  • airbrushed and brush painted
  • coated with 3 thick layers of hi-gloss marine grade epoxy
  • 3D painted and molded acryl eyes
  • US made Rosco SS 4H 36,4 Kg | 80Lbs splitrings
  • japanese made 2x Gamakatsu Bronze 13B trebles, size 2/0
  • casts like a bullet
  • hand-signed and numbered
  • tested
The Cruiser has a wide gliding action, a nice suspension and it sinks at a rate of about 1 foot every 3 seconds.

On the first tug with the rod tip, the Cruiser will glide easily about two foot to one side. With another tug, it will move off a similar distance to the other side.

Short, abbreviated tugs will give the Cruiser a tighter walk.

It can be easily fished “over the reel”: simply do a couple of reel turns, make a short pause and twitch it 2 or 3 times gently. Start over.

  • Slow is the key. Allow it to remain in the hot zone for a longer time and you will increase your strike rate
  • Best for spring and summertime

These are rod, reel and line characteristics we found to work best for this particular model but they are not by any means absolute/strict values.







Casting 6.6′ Fast 3oz 20Lbs Ratio>5
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Northern Pike, giant Muskie.
European Union w/o UK EUR 30 (incl. 19% VAT)
UK GBP 24 (incl. 19% VAT)
Norway & Switzerland EUR 25
Rest of the world* USD 32

Price does not include shipping

*Duty and taxes are the customer’s responsibility since I do not pre-collect import duties and taxes at the time of your order (please contact your local Custom’s Office for an estimate of these fees).

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