Nalu Baits are hand made with the finest materials available today. They feature wire-through construction with three heavy duty trebles mounted on swivels to minimize line twist and hold fast.
Use a stop-and-go retrieve or rip it across the surface. The cup face is designed to call fish from a distance.
The Hawaiians have always been the innovators of big game lures. In the 1960s, when anglers were trolling sewn baits to catch marlin, the Hawaiians invented what came to be called the Kona Head. These baits were made with clear resin heads, eyeballs, and light-reflecting inserts inside the resin. Today the majority of trolling lures for all offshore species of fish are made this way.
More recently, the use of poppers for offshore fishing, especially tuna and Dorado, is gaining popularity and it is the Hawaiians that made the first baits. These Nalu Baits made in Hawaii are a great example of Hawaiian engineering.