Here is the newborn of the DSF range, Digit lure presents you the Glide Dog 100. More than a year of development and research were necessary to achieve this final version extremely convincing on apathetic fishe that do not respond anymore to the classic swimming, often too fast WTD (Walking the dog). The glide dog as its name indicates is a lure whose specialty is sliding on the surface allowing to insist at low speed and in a precise way on following fish often not inclined to strike lures too fast.
To get the most out of the Glide Dog 100, we work the lure with the rod tip just above the surface of the water which allows it to be effective in 95% of the situations encountered where a WTD (walking the dog) cadence is sometimes too robotic and is identified as such by pike, black bass, perch or sea bass.
On a pause, the lure remains in an almost horizontal position which imitates to perfection a sick or dying fish. The Glide Dog offers a medium to crystal clear sound thanks to the glass beads it contains in addition to the balancing weight.
Very comfortable with different amplitudes of twitch, it also supports most retrieve speeds: slow, moderate and fast. Its walking the dog action is very attractive at slow to medium speeds, the action for which it was developed. These 3 retrieve cadences allow it to adapt to the different water temperatures / activity of the targeted species on the fishing zone.
The Glide Dog is excellent to make these lateral slides, wider than those of a walking the dog, we call it medium slide, with or without pause. A series of medium speed slides are ideal to decide big black bass and nice pike, often indecisive on a too fast WTD, which they have become used to spot.
This M-Bass color is a gold base with a dark red belly and a snake head pattern. It is the perfect color for fishing in sunny weather or near vegetation obstacles for pike and black bass fishing with surface lures.
So the best retrieve that we recommend with the Glide Dog 100 is composed of medium or short glides with pauses. As it moves, it shows its sides and ejects bubbles from its tail, just like a fish caught in a panic or chased on the surface.
It is the ideal lure for hesitant / educated fish on difficult lakes where precision is required. Its strength lies in its ability to adapt to slow fishing, which makes it the first choice for prospecting small areas where the angler will not be given a sloppy presentation or a second chance.
Finally, on the sea side it is a first choice for sea bass, especially in calm weather where it differs from its competition by a high-pitched sound recognized as the most incisive on the aggressiveness stimulus of sea bass.