Wobblers are a group of hard lures designed to imitate all aquatic organisms, most often fish. Made of plastic or wood, they are characterised by distinctive work of their own. The characteristic lip is to trigger wobbling action and dive to the right depth. They come in diverse variants, they can be divided according to buoyancy (sinking, floating, neutral - suspending), work depth, action and construction. The most popular type of wobbler is crankbait – a lure with a large body, equipped with a relatively large lip, which allows it to dive to depths of up to 8m. Another popular wobbler is twitchbait, usually slimmer than the crankbait, equipped with a small, rather slim lip designed to penetrate shallower fisheries. An interesting solution are also swimbaits or multi-part wobblers. They come in versions with or without the lip, their characteristic work is extremely effective, especially in the case of pike.
Smaller imitations of hard lures are eagerly attacked by perches, trouts, chubs and ides, while larger ones by barbel, asp, huchen, pike and zander.