- ON THE WATER
The Trigger has a slow buoyancy meaning you can crank the lure down next to structure allowing the lure to sit on the spot for a couple of seconds before it begins to slowly rise. Whilst the lure is sitting there flashing angry species like Mangrove Jacks and Barra will quite often demolish the lure on that pause.
At 75mm this lure can be used on a wide variety of species from Bass, Golden Perch to Trout but is most popular in estuary scenarios for Barramundi and Mangrove Jack. The 6 foot diver is at home bashing through timber and over rocks day in day out, treat it mean to keep it keen.
Every lure in the Balista range features our LED technology, this is a water activated flashing red LED. This technology is scientifically proven to increase strike rates its particularly effective in dirty water, dawn/dusk, overcast conditions and after dark.
Freshwater Barra Fishing
A recent sales trip up to North Queensland included a day on the water testing out a number of our different Balista models on Barra. Read More
Catching Murray Cod on Minnow Lures
If you’re heading to a local tackle store before a Cod trip chances are you’ll be looking at an assortment of divers, lipless crankbaits, spinnerbaits and surface lures. Read More
I have had the pleasure in using these Balista 65mm Juggernaut's over the last 2 week's with my first piece of water being Lake Eildon. Read More
Catching Murray Cod with the Trigger
The Balista Trigger doesn't look like a traditional Cod lure but boy does it catch fish. The 70mm chubby minnow profile is fantastic for fishing in small-medium rivers and impoundments. Read More
Trigger Reaction - Trout fishing with Balista lures
Whist we’re all accustomed to using smaller large brown trout balista lurespresentations for Trout such as winged lures and tiny minnows in many scenarios it makes a lot of sense to use a larger presentation. Read More