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An Innovative Rattling Lure

Acoustic line lure accessory producing the "NATURAL SOUND" of underwater prey. Each ball is a waterproof sphere with two inner chambers, equipped with three stainless steel pellets per chamber to produce a constant subtle sound to attract fish. SoNaR Ballzz can be combined with any live, dead or artificial bait to enhance your presentation with a NATURAL SOUND. Add to your line at any point, inside soft lures, worms, or to any jigs or rigs. Proven effective in saltwater, fresh water, ice or fly fishing.

6 mm diameter, available in five colors: RED, BLACK, ORANGE, CLEAR and CHARTREUSE

SoNaR Ballzz Diagram



It’s the Little Things that Matter……

Every now and then, someone the fishing industry releases an idea so simple and so effective that causes anglers to scratch their heads and say, “Now, why didn’t I think of that?” Well, the first head-scratcher of 2016 comes from Bayou Rattler Products, and they are called “Sonar Ballzz”.

Everyone knows how effective a carolina rig can be, or how adding a small glass bead to your flipping baits can produce that “clack” designed to mimic the sound of crayfish in the water. Bayou Rattler’s Sonar Ballzz take lure enhancement to another level, offering a bead that is filed with micro pellets – essentially a bead filled with beads. The result? Near constant, subtle noise emanating from your bait, loud enough to attract the fish and natural enough to keep from “spooking” them away from your presentation.

Inside Sonar Ballzz

Available in an array of colors, Sonar Ballzz are one of the simplest modifications you can make to any bait that add an extra stimulus for the bass to key in on, making your presentation more attractive. From slower presentations like flipping baits to moving presentations like spinner baits – Sonar Ballzz can enhance any lure, and may just result in more fish in your live well.

Now why didn’t I think of that…….

Good fishing, Chris Murphy