Never Before Seen Swimming Action

#YUM Soft Plastics' new F2 Salleemander features swimming action never before seen from a soft plastic lizard, and because it's infused with F2 attractant it continuously releases the most potent attractant on the market. With four swimming-action legs and a knob at the end of the tail that creates a realistic swimming action to the entire lizard, the Salleemander pushes tremendous water displacement. The 6-inch Salleemander is perfect for Carolina rigs and Texas rigs, but also catches bass weightless worked over grass.


Attract. Enrage. Engage. YUM F2, or Ferocity Squared, is a highly concentrated natural formula clinically tested by the Mississippi State University under the strictest scientific conditions. The result is documented proof that bass prefer YUM F2 by 30 percent over the leading attractant. Additional advantages include its ability to be infused in traditional soft plastics in any shape, as well as long-lasting effectiveness and continuous dispersal of scent (no need to "refresh" every six casts!). Six bait styles are infused with this powerful scent, and unlike other attractant-injected baits, YUM F2 infused lures retain their suppleness and "swimability" no matter how many casts you make. They also don't dry into hard, wrinkled and useless shrivels when left out of the package.

YUM F2 just took over the top spot in bass attractants. It's documented. It's been proven in the strictest clinical scientific testing that bass prefer F2, and the Salleemander is the new lizard of choice.

The new YUM F2 Salleemander is available in 12 color patterns and has an MSRP of $4.69. Look for F2 taking over your local tackle shop or at www.lurenet.com.


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