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Polymer Lenticular Fishing Lures

"We have significantly advanced our polymer lure technology" by combining a lenticular lens, comprising a high definition JPEG interlaced bait image, and placing it adjacent to our polymer light transmission medium allowing the bait fish image to be exactly replicated on jig, spoon, swimbaits and hard bodied lures.

It is a known fact that as light passes through water it is absorbed and much of it is lost in the process. This light absorption cause spoon, swimbait, jigs and hard bodied lures to lose their surface appearance as wavelengths that make up our perception of color are absorbed differently underwater.

The ability to amplify and disperse light along the polymer light transmission medium in a diffused multidirectional manner allows the illumination passing through the translucent back surface of the lenticular lens to project the bait fish image outward and to the sides of the lure while not visualizing the light source.

Without this combination of the customized lenticular lens and polymer light transmission medium the exact image of the desired bait fish with its luminescence, coloration, scale and fin patterns, a motion effect and two or three-dimensional appearance viewed as the lure is retrieved through the water could not be achieved. 

Actiglo "Polymer Lenticular" fishing lures will offer the angler a new innovation with spoon, jig, swimbaits and hard bodied fishing lures when  fished at any depth, during loss of sunlight, time fished, degrading water clarity, unfavorable weather conditions or in clear waters.

The poly/lenticular jig lures will parallel the same engineering as the swimbaits but will manifest the appearance of a jig lure.

The spoon lure will have the lenticular pattern incorporated on the downside of the lure body with the lenticular bait pattern moving from side to side as the spoon lure sinks and is retrieved through the water.

The hard bodied lures will have the polymer illumination located inside the lure body (US Patent 8,282,970) with the lenticular bait pattern running from head to tail recessed and positioned on the outside of the lure body, US Patent 9,675,056.

We looking forward to completing the testing of our prototypes and starting the production process.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this process. Once in the water, what are considered to be "traditional" lures will not produce the number of strikes and catches Actiglo polymer/lenticular lures will achieve.

The "prototypes" shown below are not manufactured with Actiglo selected polymers. 


     U.S. Patent 9,675,056