- QUAD-SENSES: Appeals to sight, sound, smell, and instinct! With a loud rattle and visual cues, hesitant catfish strike when scent alone isn't enough. Science has revealed that catfish respond to many attractants, not just smell. Now you'll attract trophy catfish to your bait using all their senses!
- COLOR OPTIONS: Threadfin Shad, Green Crappie, Green Sunfish, Silver Shiner, Blue Crappie, Purple Shiner, Ghost Minnow, Clear Blank
- HIGHEST QUALITY: These aren't homemade trinkets. Catfish Sumo demon dragon-style rattling line floats are professionally built for trophy catfish. You'll never have to worry about them splitting apart, paint washing off, or failing with a fish on.
- BUILT TOUGH: Able to withstand line pressure from enormous demon dragon catfish!
Buy now and the next time you're fishing you'll see why so many pros are adding a rattling float to their santee rigs!
How to rig your line floats:
Your line float should sit between your main line and your hook. You can either tie off to each end of the rattle.
Our rattles are able to withstand a lot of pressure, so you don't have to worry about them pulling apart.
But you can always reduce the risk of a knot breaking by running a single piece of leader through each eye and directly to your hook.
If you've been trying to find where to buy demon dragon-style catfishing line floats online, you're in the right spot.
(Clarification: It was pointed out that lots of companies sell this style of lure and in case you're wondering these are manufactured for, and sold by, Catfish Sumo™. We are not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with any other company or store that sells this style of lure. Our lures are manufactured for us, sold by us. Quality guaranteed.)
Haven’t been able to use them but can’t wait to try them out it’s something new to me.
Fast delivery and very responsive to questions!
Need to have a wide brim hat for those catfish days of summer. Or even an embroidered patch one can put on coats/hats/fishing gear.
Love the wandering goldfish!! We have a lot of carp in our lake, so this should imitate a “carplet”quite well!!
When I first seen sumo I was thinking yea right. I’ve been fishing for over 50 years this is the way to go