The KandleFish is a natural reproduction of the candlefish, a member of the smelt family. It’s a baitfish, highly prized by many gamefish around the world, and is highly effective in both fresh and salt water.
The KandleFish has a lively action, and deadly sonic vibration, imitate the frantic and erratic action of many other species of injured baitfish such as smelt, shiners, shad, anchovies, sardines, herring, needlefish, and sandlance.
Its wide range of sizes enables the KandleFish to be effectively fished from just below the surface down to 300 feet. It is extremely versatile and can be cast, jigged or trolled.
The K-Fish has a swimming-darting action on the retrieve, or when trolled, and a strike-triggering erratic fluttering and gliding action on the fall.