Calling big Murray cod
Jabberwok has been designed to appeal to big Murray cod, but our field testing has proved that plenty of feisty cod in smaller waters will attack it. It’s a surface-paddler with a dynamic, splashing action and a variety of sound effects.
Want two lures virtually for the price of one? Jabberwok delivers. You get both a black and a clear bib in the box with each Jabberwok. The bibs are interchangeable without the use of tools if you choose not to fasten the bib to the Jabberwok with a split-ring.
Quick off the mark & low stall speed
You’ll appreciate Jabberwok’s ability to quickly get into its Australian Crawl mode when you start winding it in. You’ll also appreciate how slow you can retrieve it without it stalling.
In addition to the tow-point on Jabberwok’s head, there are four other wire eyelets for attaching hardware…or whatever your imagination comes up with. How will you ‘pimp’ your jabberwoks? 🙂
Bristling with heavy & symmetrical hardware
Out-of-the-box, Jabberwok runs three 2/0 VMC trebles, but you can run it with two…or four if you’re a glutton for punishment! We don’t advise it.
Check your state regulations. There may be a limit on how many hooks can be attached to a lure in the waters you fish.
Because of the smart, horizontal orientation of the wire eyelets, the hooks hang symmetrically. We like that. It’s better than the traditional, asymmetrical way that treble hooks hang on the vast majority of hard-bodied lures.
Jabberwok makes burbling noises thanks to the lobes at the tips of the paddling blades. It also has internal rattles to complement the jangling of its hardware. Fishing in the dark, your ears will tell you where Jabberwok is and how it’s working.
Out-of-the-box, Jabberwok also comes with a hammer-finished swing blade attached to the belly eyelet. This gives off its own clicking sound as well as adding flash.