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.
The Splasher combines the actions of three conventional topwater types – poppers, chuggers, and walkers - in one. The Splasher has a huge, deep bowl of a mouth, a blaring trumpet-shaped head, a water-slicing "Power Keel" and a flattened belly in order to skate and pivot more easily on the surface. Although the head is large, the tail is thin and flat – the best shape for a fish to engulf and get hooked securely. All Splasher sizes can be cast a tremendous distance and throw a huge splash for their size.