The Ima Flit 120 is named for its erratic fleeing action and the 120mm length was designed to "match the hatch." Its cross section is triangular in shape to closely mimic the flat-sided Herring and Panfish prey, common in the US. The Flit 120 incorporates a realistic finish, a uniquely dsigned bill for ease of use and specially designed triangular chambers. This creates constant focal points of contact maximizing vibration and sound consistency.
Techniques: Jerk Pause - Starting each jerk with a slack and ending with a slack after single to multiple jerks. Increase frequency between jerks and pauses as fish activity level increases and as water temperature increases. Deadsticking - Working the lure with very little contact with the lure itself and inching the lure forward by bringing up the slack and using the weight of the line to move the lure forward. Start out with a couple cranks and with the Jerk Pause technique to get the lure to depth before working the deadsticking technique.