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Introducing the Hali Clacker: Success Bottom Fishing in the Pacific Northwest


In the world of fishing, innovation is key to success. And for anglers targeting halibut, lingcod, and other bottom dwellers along the west coast of Vancouver Island, Robert Van Pelt of PEETZ has created a game-changing lure that’s generating buzz among local fishing enthusiasts.

The Hali Clacker, introduced in 2021, is a versatile and highly effective lure designed to mimic the sounds and movements of a injured fish or crustacean. Its unique design features a clacking mechanism that creates a loud, attention-grabbing noise, enticing even the most finicky bottom fish to strike.


Fished on the popular west coast of Vancouver Island, the Hali Clacker has quickly become a go-to lure for anglers seeking to catch halibut, lingcod, and other species that inhabit the rocky and sandy bottoms. The lure’s design is particularly effective in areas with strong currents and water movement, where its clacking action can be heard loud and clear by fish at all depths with an average range fished from 20 to 350 feet. Basically, wherever you find your favorite stretch of bottom.

With its rugged construction and durable materials, the Hali Clacker is built to withstand the rigors of saltwater fishing, making it an excellent choice for both recreational anglers, charter operators and some commercial fisherman. Whether you’re targeting trophy-sized halibut or delicious lingcod and other bottom dwellers, this innovative lure is sure to become a staple in your tackle box.


In the next article, we’ll delve deeper into the features and benefits of the Hali Clacker, as well as share insights from experienced anglers who have put this lure to the test. Whether you’re a seasoned fisherman or just starting out, get ready to experience the thrill of catching more fish with the Hali Clacker!

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