GEKO is the answer to the question asked us every day by freshwater anglers around the world.
We heard you. But making saltwater lures perform in freshwater is not so easy. Balance, action, and color refraction is different. It takes years of development to perfect the action, balance, and liveries. Thankfully, those years are now behind us. We are proud to launch the GEKO for those that love saltwater Seaspin lures so much that they used them to chase freshwater predators.
Each GEKO bait was designed side by side with a team of professionals, combining the Italian and European experience with the American one. All of us are anglers first. Every bait we design came about to solve a problem we couldn’t solve with other baits. Our strength and collaboration, with those who constantly casts lures in the water until they know the smallest details, make the difference.
We do this for you. But also for us because for us every day spent fishing is a gift. By using a GEKO bait, we know that we are leaving nothing to chance, because the bait will perform exactly as intended.
Underscoring our ethic, we have developed a new “plastic less” packaging for hardbaits and spinnerbaits of this brand. Thanks to this packaging, we save about 90% in the use of plastic compared to the original packaging.
The GEKO is about to hunt.
Fish the GEKO
“Ripples are small…often in the early morning hardly non-existent, a whole ecosystem develops around the reeds. The little wind that moves the reeds and the small wave noise is normal… and normal are coots playing and eating algae on the edge of the shore, and the kingfisher that dives occasionally fishing is not interested in it…The bluegills in the burrows, in the shallows hardly impossible to reach for the “big bass” that waits in the reeds … Waits, motionless, it doesn’t even turn his eyes if a herd of bleaks passes guarded at one meter from the reeds .. those, you know, at the first fin movement…fly!
Frogs? Frogs then…do not missed a jump…or hardly. He, THE BLACK is there in the “normal disaster” of a reed “. But something…something strange, not very close but something “strange” attracts his attention…A dive, a particular splash. Eyes turn and look towards the hypothetical point where that noise came from… “different”. Something has entered the water but HE did not see it, did not see exactly where the noise came from….Fins open and “antennas stretched” now a noise, a small irregular “rub” in the midst of the reeds leads him to a precise point to be considered…The Bass is in alarm, his “ears”, his radar, are directed toward the particular noise…Something there…is in difficulty, it is probably not in a position to get away … Now a second of silence and then the rustle resumes frantic but then stops…strrr tic tic tic…strrrr…seconds a few seconds to locate and follow that curious creature which is there…very close, now hides…with difficulty tries to get out of the reeds, dusts the bottom… raises a cloud of “dust” and tries to climb over that root…tic…tric. In difficulty, noisily in trouble, a little lonely fish…can not escape, seems so incredibly naive slow, noisy…Caught!”. (Pendolino Rig System by Paolo Germani)