Conventional Reels - Gear ratio describes how many spool rotations completed with one full rotation of the handle.
Spinning Reels - Gear ratio describes how many rotor rotations completed with one full rotation of the handle.
Using lipless baits to search for fish is redefined with the versatility provided by all Flatt Shad models. No matter what size or species of gamefish you pursue, there is a sinking Flatt Shad SK model that’s perfect for any predator from the smallest to the largest, shallow or deep, in fresh or saltwater. Among the many lipless crankbait variations on the market, only a rare few are suspending models and only one is devastatingly effective - Sebile's Flatt Shad 77SU. The Extra Heavy version can be used practically any way that you’d use a standard sinking Flatt Shad, it works the same way but dives deeper! When it is necessary to cast an extra long distance or it is difficult to cast against the wind, conditions call for the Flatt Shad Extra Heavy. The best tactic is often to cast out and wait for the Flatt Shad XH to hit the bottom then flick or jig it a few inches off the bottom. The pronounced vibration is sure to entice even the most finicky predator!