All carpenter lures have confirmed the reaction of fish in the field and only commercialize those that are confident that they can be "caught". Depending on the type and size of the bait, the activity and threading of the fish, the height and shape of the waves, and various other factors, the appropriate lure will change depending on the conditions. Carpenter lures are composed of "type", "size" and "type" so that they can cover various conditions.
Notes The following
applies to all lures manufactured by Carpenter.
① When attaching the needle to the lure, be careful not to pierce your hand with the needle when removing it.
(2) Do not use for any purpose other than fishing.
③ When throwing a lure, check the surroundings and make sure it is safe. Especially heavy lures are dangerous.
④ If the lure comes off from the hit fish, the lure may suddenly fly to the angler side. be careful.
⑤ When fishing, please protect with sunglasses, hat, gloves, clothes, etc.
⑥ Keep out of reach of children or toddlers.
⑦ Wood lures are easily damaged by needles and fish teeth when used.
⑧ Wood lure may absorb water and change its weight and balance.
⑨ Due to the nature of the material, metal parts cannot completely prevent corrosion. Please wash well after use.
⑩ The reflective sheet and sheet glue used for lures deteriorate over time regardless of whether they are used or not.
⑪ The body of a wood lure may crack if a fish is caught and the force of a lever is applied. Especially the rear part of the lure (even if it is hung once)
⑫ Most of the carpenter lures have a wire penetration structure. Due to this structure, the wire extends when a fish hangs on it. Also, the eye will rotate. (The eye may rotate even if the fish is caught once.)
⑬ Although every effort has been made in the manufacturing process, in rare cases burrs may come out from inside the through hole of the wire.
⑭ If the lure wire rusts, there is a risk of disconnection.