Bass Pro Shops® Double Take
Double down and get a second look from every fish that swims close to the Bass Pro Shops Double Take. Certain to be one of the most impressive lure combinations you've fished, the Double Take system features a 3-1/2'' floating crankbait trailed by a 2-1/2'' rattling, slow-sink, shad-style bait. Simply thread your line through the 3-1/2'' front-running floater and tie off on the 2-1/2'' trailer's nose, then get ready to set the hook as the Double Take works its unbeatable action. On the pause, the 2-1/2'' trailer slowly dives, and when jerked the shad-like trailer rattles and wiggles tightly behind the leader as it pushes water creating a surface disturbance. Complete with 3 quality trebles and lifelike, detailed finishes.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Troyfish It's okay I got one a few weeks ago, they are average. Its not the best casting lure I have used by far. Trolling it is difficult, as the rattling body tends to fall behind the floater. Have had some pretty bad problems with the line getting tangled on the hooks while casting it. All in all it is a pretty fair lure and I'll give it some more chances to produce more fish. It probably has its time and place, like any other lure. September 13, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by ratherbfishing321 for fast action fishing only used product one time. Fishing was slow. This lure requires fish to be very active and aggressive. When the 2 baits are brought back while touching the whole bait does a barrell roll no matter what speed you reel. May 23, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by AlG19 My review of the double take Much larger than I expected, the hooks foul easily, rear lure hits front, and the line guide through the front lure is very sharp. Tried it a few times, but overall I am unimpressed. I won't be carrying this in my tackle box. August 22, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lilbassboy frays your line the 4th strike the line broke because the front part twists the line. April 28, 2011
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Details:i think i would need to control the depth of the trailing sinking lure behind the floating lure, like a slip bobboer stopper.
Top 500 Contributor
A:Yes, just tie a swivel in front of the front lure the amount of distance you want the second lure to sink.
A:yes u can control the depth with a bobber stopper...but u will always be casting with a length of line hanging down like a carolina rig.
A:From the looks of this and how it's rigged, i'd recomend using a glass bead cinched to your line placing the depth of the rear lure to the depth you want it to remain (minus 7 to 8 inches for the lure length)... and the bead should add an additional tapping sound as well while the top water portion is at rest.
At least that's how I plan to set them up as i often fish shallows and shore lines as well as from shore.
Top 25 Contributor
A:Depends on natural forage where you fish, but the best all around color is the Tennessee Shad.
Top 100 Contributor
A:put the line through the larger one and use a palmer knot on the bottom one oh if you leave 6 in you can put a swivel on the bottom one and it looks good
A:The front lure has a tube running through it. You just feed your line through the tube from head to tail and then tie it to the back lure's split ring on the nose. Pretty simple. That way the front lure stays on top of the water allowing the line to flow freely through it dropping the sinking lure in the rear.
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