Designed to come through grass without hanging up or losing effectiveness, every part of the Ima Beast Hunter - from the size and shape of it's body, to the thickness of its walls, even the length and width of the lip - is precisely engineered to maximize performance. As it moves through vegetation, the hooks are shielded by the body and lip to keep it weedless without hampering hooking ability. It also features the perfect combination of buoyancy and dive angle, so that when you come into contact with weeds, all you have to do is softly lift up on the rod, and the Beast Hunter will back slide and glide right over the vegetation.
At 2.0mm thick, the sidewalls are also much thicker than other baits. This distributes the overall weight proportionately throughout the body, enabling it to stop quicker, so it doesn't glide forward when you pause it. A small, internal fixed weight also maximizes dive depth, while preventing the lure from tumbling and getting fouled during casting. On 14-pound fluorocarbon the Beast Hunter dominates the 10 to 13 foot range. With its very natural wobble that's not too wide and not too tight, a subdued knocking sound that won’t turn off spooky bass, and its extra long casting ability, the Beast Hunter is a power bait that doesn't overpower the situation.