“I was immediately impressed by the innovative nature of the Sea Lime Lure. It’s not too often that something truly new comes along.” — Steve ‘Starlo’ Starling, Australian Fishing Writer/Communicator
“The Sea Lime Lure is the first truly new take on how to design a fishing lure that I’ve seen in years. Innovative? You betcha – and it has quite an alluring swimming action, too,” — Lenny Rudow, a Miami Boat Show Judge and President of Boating Writers International (BWI.) Also the senior editor for Dominion Marine Media and electronics editor for BoatUS Magazine and the boating editor for Texas Fish & Game.
“Sea Lime Lures first caught my eye because of its innovative design. It’s something I haven’t seen before and I immediately wanted to try one behind the kayak. I was impressed from day one on how well the lure worked and looked in motion. I will always have a Sea Lime in my arsenal.” — Brian Nelli, South Florida Kayak Fishing Guide and Three-time Offshore Extreme Kayak Fishing Champion.
“In all my years of fishing, I’ve never seen anything like a Sea Lime Lure,” said Captain Chris Johnson, owner of Sea Squared Charters in Marathon Key, Florida. Captain Jason Bell, a third generation captain and crew member with Sea Squared Charters, when watching the Sea Lime Lure swim beside their charter boat remarked, “People don’t understand that when a fish swims, its whole body moves – exactly how the Sea Lime Lure does.”
During the recent Central Florida Offshore Association annual tournament, we had heard the Mahi were running shallow in clean water so we dropped the spread at 60’. We trolled for a little while when I decided to put the Sea Lime Lure behind the dredge. Everyone on the boat was impressed by its action. Within minutes, five gaffers entered the spread fired up. The first use two of them shot for was the Sea Lime Lure. The biggest cow of the group smashed it! That fish put us on the board for the Association Members.” – Major Mike Ramsey, Orlando Florida.