Originally designed for tigerfish in Zimbabwe, the StutterStep is all about demanding attention. Sure, you can walk it, but you can also wag it, wobble-wake it, turn-around-twitch it and stutter step it. Be sure to visit our video section for instruction on these new topwater techniques.
The feature that has us most excited is the walk in place, StutterStep action. We call it a StutterStep, because it can be stopped next to fishy cover and walked in place. That’s right, with some quick twitching an angler can make the StutterStep turn its head back and forth while staying next to a target. Plus, it throws off a nasty little tail kick upon every twitch. This allows the angler to tease the fish out of the cover. We successfully did this over and over again at Sam Rayburn around flooded bushes. When the big lure lands next to the cover its presence can’t be denied.
- 5/8 oz
- #4 Mustad Hooks