Storm’s 360GT Searchbait is the “Go-To” lure designed to be thrown anywhere and will catch fish everywhere. I first saw the bait on an episode of Lindner’s Angling Edge. In my opinion, there are few productions that show the latest and greatest lures while actually proving their effectiveness on film. In my mind, cast to catch filming is the only true way to show how to fish a lure and when it is most effective. When it comes to bass education, I’ve learned the most from watching Lindner’s Angling Edge. After watching the Lindner’s catch smallmouth over humps and weedlines, I was pretty convinced that the team had been fishing Storm’s 360GT Searchbait for at least a year before it was released to the public.
This swimbait’s name comes from the ability to fish the lure 360 [days per year] and GT [go to]. The one thing I’ve learned from fishing swimbaits is that you can certainly fish them whenever, wherever and more often than not, will get bit from largemouth and smallmouth bass if they’re in the area. So why are there so many different kinds of swimbaits on the market? Their profile and actions are the closest you can get to the real prey our bass are chewing on. It’s as simple as that.
The 360GT Searchbait comes with a 60° line tie and a matching swimbait head. Since the body and jighead are matched, anyone can take one of the three sizes and instantly catch fish. Need video coverage? Look no further! This is another option to add to your arsenal and so far, should be a proven swimbait for northwest anglers.