Sunday, March 16, 2014


There is nothing more exciting than seeing a monster golden dorado rise from the depths to smack your topwater lure. Kermett Adams of has recently designed some outstanding wooden topwater lures especially designed for golden dorado and peacock bass. The September Pop is a large wooden popper which is 5 inches in length and 1 1/8 wide. It weighs 1.5 oz and has a large cupped mouth which produces loud noisy popping sounds when jerked across the water surface. Kermett's Peacock Ripper Sowbelly is 6 inches in length and weighs 1.5 ounces. The rear of the body consists counter rotating chopper props which are attached with heavy duty screws. Attached to the hook eye is a small spinner blade for more attraction. The new Daly Diver grande is about 7 inches in length. It has a stainless steel lip to produce an enticing wiggle. All of these lures come with Wolverine triple coiled split rings and extra strong VMC hooks. Kermett also has designed many medium and deep diving lures which can tempt monster golden dorado and peacock bass. His GranSlam and Kermett deepdivers have been used by me in the past to land monsters! I highly recommend you take a look at these lures as they are of the highest quality available, much better than store bought lures. You can contact Kermett regarding his lures at

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