DANCER fishing lures are made to catch all freshwater and marine predators. They have a unique “dance” and unique decors, which differ from all the other lures out there. Every Dancer has a personality that is unique. Dancer decors are hyper realistic to ultra disco abnormal, and their catch rate has already been proven in all continents. Dancer portfolio possesses the finest and the noblest lures, equally attractive for both fish and fishermen. They are also a proud members of rare and unique lure collections world wide.
I think that I have ever met with wobblers that have such a perfect blend of vibrations, decor and folly in it.
And one of those that I was proud of this, from the famous masters of flies Richard Katzman, left on YouTube channel dancerlures:
Your lures are beautiful. Very real looking. I tie flies for fly fishing. I’ve often thought about making lures for spin rod fishing but never got around to it. Keep up the good work. Richard Katzman Fly Tying…
The comment I get most often is:
They look even better then in the pictures, mate! Thanks a lot!
You are crazy!
Dancer lures are handmade, hand carved and hand painted and uniquely decorated. Depending on different types of wood and target fish species or groups, I use balsa, basswood, white pine, ash, poplar, beech, oak, walnut and other types of wood that I detect their good qualities. I use varnishes and clear coats made of different bases, from aqueous, over acrylic, nitro, celluloid, polyester to epoxy resin, which are applied in a number of layers according to the procedure developed in Dancer workshop. Varnishes and resins that are used to protect the hulls and decks used in the manufacture of marine filed for Big Game fishing.
All my lures are equipped with stainless hard through wire and armed with some of the hooks from VMC, OWNER or MUSTAD.