YUM Pulse Swimbait is Multi-Talented

The original 4.5-inch solid body YUM Pulse proves that a swimbait is not simply just a bait that swims. With a hard thumping tail and over-exaggerated backward slanting ribs, the bait is popular for rigging on swimbait hooks, finesse presentations, YUMbrella Flash Mob Jr. rigs, jigheads, belly weighted hooks, weightless hooks, Texas Rigs or as a trailer. Now the Pulse is offered in the 3.5-inch version for expanded capabilities.


The smaller Pulse retains the bulkier shape but the reduced size has a slighter presentation, important when downsizing is required due to pressure or if the water is home to smaller baitfish. The paddle tail generates strong impulses attracting the fish's attention from great distances while the ribs push the body down through the water column and into the strike zone. The tail and ribs also contribute to the significant rolling action on the bait to trigger more bites.

The Pulse can be retrieved at any speed needed for ever-changing fishing conditions and can be fished in open water and deep cover, where ever anglers are finding the bass.

The 3.5-inch Pulse is offered in 14 colors including several laminates with an MSRP of $2.99 for an 8-count bag. Learn more about the YUM Pulse at www.yumbaits.com


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