is another group of fishing lures
designed mainly for pike fishing, although in a slightly smaller version, ideal for perch and even for trout. Their structure and characteristic motion resembles a wounded fish, which often fall victim of not too intensely feeding predator.
Like many other ideas, jerkbait lures arrived relatively late and they were brought from overseas. Simple, at first glance, the structure combined with an interesting range of colours created sensation.
Currently, lipless wobblers consitute a very high percentage share of baits for large pike. Jerkbaits, can be divided into two basic groups. The first of them are the so-called gliders, which during jerking work side to side. The second group are the pullbaits, that is lure with practically no action on their own. These are a bit more demanding, but equally effective baits, having many predators on their conscience.