Shimano Orca Top Water Lures
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|Leader Size||Shimano Rod|
|ORCA 145 Top Water||145mm|
|-||Terez 7-8' Heavy||Tranx (conv)|
|ORCA 160 Top Water||160 mm|
|PowerPro 65-100lb||Fluoro 80-100lb||Terez 7-8' Heavy||Tranx (conv)|
|ORCA 190 Top Water||190mm|
|PowerPro 80-150lb||Fluoro 80-130lb||Terez 7-8' X-Heavy||Tranx (conv)|
The Shimano Orca lures are the number one top water lures. These lures imitate an injured bait fish with rod jerking motion. The movement of the Shimano Orca lures is that of a pop and dive with side-to-side rolling action, this in turn makes a more realistic injured fish movement. The internal weight of the lure causes the movement. The Shimano Orca lures are durable with stainless wire through construction. Watch your lure fly through the air as the Orca lures have a unique aerodynamic design which allows for a more powerful and longer cast. Don't worry about holding onto and securing your catch because the Shimano Orca lures are equipped with ultra sharp, high tensile strength treble hooks to accomplish this efficiently.
5 Stars based on 7 reviews
Top Quality Lure, Shimano knows best!
June 15, 2015
This is a great top of the line lure. Quality is top knotch, hooks are very sharp and top quality. Everytime I fish the lure, I get a series of Pelagic fish wanting to kill this thing, cudas totally hate it and they attack relentlessly at it, I've also had snook and Tarpon hitting it hard. Tackledirect customer service is as top knotch as this lure, you can't go wrong with the TD team, they are very knowledgable and helpful, they will give you the tips and advise needed to get the best possible experience with whatever product you get. This was my first purchase with them and most definatly not my last!
ProsTop Quality, Versitile, easy to use, if fish are close by you have a guranteed hit! Trust me!
ConsBit pricey, but worth it!
May 19, 2015
Very effective top water lure. It makes splashes and it drives fish crazy!
Lake Worth, FL
February 5, 2015
This thing works excellent and was done outstanding. Worth the buy
July 30, 2014
Excellent lure. Perfect finish!
May 5, 2014
Got the 2 oz models in green mac and purple. The paint on these looks great. Versatile action too. It can walk the dog like a spook beautifully but it can be worked like a pencil popper too. Didn't give it 5 stars because it doesn't cast as far as I'd like it to. Have to see how the paint holds up over time too.
By ahmed ganainy
Amazing quality with price tag
April 5, 2014
first time i started purchasing poppers and stick baits for top water fishing,I've selected one piece from 7 different suppliers as i am purchasing online. when i received my order i realized that orca was the best in quality ,painting and reflections in addition to the hooks ....furthermore the same price tag with others. I think it is not allowed to mention the name of the suppliers or shots for the quality difference.
January 29, 2014
This lure casts exceptionally well, and unusual for swimbaits and stickbaits constructed from plastic, this lure has a good solid feel and very stable flight akin to a more expensive wooden lure. when rigged with 2 pairs of single hooks, placed back to back, the hookup ratio for billfish like sailfish is high. these sharp eyed fish don't seem to be able to tell the difference between these lures and live bait. Also, the through wire construction would prompt me to use this lure when fishing for GTs in the tropics. can't wait to use it! exceptional value for such a good lure.
Prosgood casting very lifelike action natural looking lure
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from nitro, wv asked:
December 2, 2013
what color would you recommend for spring time rockfish fishing?
The black silver, blue sardine have been a popular color for rock fishing.
on December 2, 2013
from South Australia asked:
October 23, 2013
Can this lure be trolled with combined rod jerks, and if so what speed would be ideal?
3 to 5 knots would be ideal. That's about the average speed of a running bait.
on October 29, 2013
from antigua asked:
October 19, 2013
how to you tie it on with a loop knot or use a snap or tie direct?
You could use either/or method with the Orca Lures. Some people prefer to use the snap in case they want to quickly change lures. Others prefer to tie directly to reduce any reflection from a quick snap.
on October 20, 2013
from nitro, wv asked:
April 19, 2013
I am new to stripe bass fishing and would like to know if this lure would be a good choice for fishing late may/early June. VA. thank you.
Yes, that lure works especially well when fished in the surf because it looks like a wounded disoriented bait fish. It also works well around bait schools and bunker pods in a boat.
on April 19, 2013