Fisherman Greg Myerson knows his striped bass. He’s caught a World Record Striped Bass — not once, not twice, but four times! What’s his secret? His homemade lure, the RattleSinker. With it, he says he’s “landed more striped bass over 50 pounds than any fisherman in recorded history.”
So what’s so special about Myerson’s RattleSinker? What you need to know about striped bass is that the big ones — the 50 pounders — tend to swim on the bottom of the ocean floor where they find their favorite food – crayfish, lobsters, shrimp and crabs. Myerson designed the RattleSinker to mimic the clicking sounds and vibrations made by crustaceans. His homemade lure is a secret no more. He’s mass producing them for the fishing/sporting industry. The average 5 oz. RattleSinker goes for $5. Available in two colors — camo and chartreuse.