Marukyu Isome, or Power Isome (same thing) is an artificial sandworm imitation originating from Japan. These and other artificial baits are sometimes referred to as ‘fake baits’. Marukyu’s Isome is not just another lure. Isome is constructed from a biodegradable material that is saturated with a fish-attracting mix of amino acids. Fish can be observed to eat Marukyu Isome, unlike a plastic lure that requires action to fool a fish. Power Isome has been largely adopted by European LRF anglers in targeting a wide range of fish species using a number of methods. Hopefully, what follows will give you inspiration in catching fish on Isome worms.
With species hunt season upon us – Cornish Lure Festival this weekend – flavoured baits like Marukyu Isome, EcogearAqua and Gulp become more important in the quest for extra species. Carrying these baits and the smelly liquid they come suspended in, isn’t without its problems. The fish attracting properties of these liquids does not appear to extend to loved ones! More
Always enjoy encountering the Dragonet. My first of the year and 21st lure caught species of 2013. And still no blennies!!