Shallow Glass Lures

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The Latest catch:
The Sierra Sparkle with a Lahontan Cutthroat Trout at Pyramid Lake, NV.
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The Flatliner hooked this awesome 22lb Kingfish on the Gulfstream in KeyWest
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Lure of the Month

Slammin' SS
One of our most productive Salmon lures but is also great for larger Trout and Saltwater fish. Made with a bright white glass beaded body with a blue eye and blue squid skirt. This lure has an inline blade that spins great at a wide range of speed. A great all around spinner for casting or trolling in lakes and big rivers.

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About Us:
Brothers Sam and Christopher Shallow grew up in Vermont fishing and loving the outdoors. In 2002 the Shallow brothers learned the art of blowing glass. When they moved to California to pursue a career in glass blowing, Sam had a great idea of combining their two passions, Fishing and Glassblowing, Creating Shallow Glass Lures.
Sammy Critter Glassblowing
Why Glass?
Well, that's easy, it's strong and its bright. The type of Glass we use is a very strong hard glass called borosilicate. It's an American made, Pyrex glass from Corning, NY along with a few other companies from the Northwest. The Reflection and refraction of the light through the glass puts off a very bright, attractive shine to lure the fish in. The color will not dull or fade overtime and won't chip away as competator lures. We also use a highly reflective material called Dichroic Glass that is a fine metallic layer between the glass. Very Vibrant!

The glass can take sharp teeth bites and rock hits without a scratch!

Donner Lake early sunrise fishing rod

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