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- Impressive fish-attracting movement
- Ideal bite-size body
- Stubbed tail imparts a tasntalizing action
Our Squirmin' Shad is a fish-catching phenomenon! This soft plastic standout is as versatile as it gets. A bite-size body and stubbed tail create an impressive, fish-attracting movement and a eide variety of forage colors make the Squirmin' Shad a great choice!
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 47
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fishin Kansas Why change them?
I have used these for years. I always buy them in bulk so it had been a while since I had bought any. They changed for the worst. They are so soft now after you catch one fish the lure is usually torn and you have to put a new one on. I'm very disappointed. I can only hope they figure this problem out and fix it.
August 7, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by JB Squirmin Shads
These are simply one of the best swimbaits i have ever used. My dad bought these in Branson and never used these i picked them up the other day fed a tube hook up the middle and slammed the fish the next two days out. I even caught two pike a baby one and a monster 35 inch which is goin on the wall. I also caught 2 largemouth. Both atleast 2 lbs. I will definately buy more of these.
August 6, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by CallMeChaz Unqualified "thumbs up"
I bought the Dace color minnows in 2 to 4 inch for flats fishing in Southwest Florida. The color/shape/size really mimics many of the natural baits that swim here. 200 snook can't be wrong because they agree with me!
My wife and I have been catching snook from the beach this season until we are sick of catching them. We outfish our shrimp-slinging companions with these lil' guys, 2 to 1. They don't work work better than shrimp, they work just as well. The added bonus, however, is that I don't have to carry a pail of shrimp; I don't have to replace my bait every time I get a strike; I don't have every creature in the Gulf stealing my bait! I spend more time with my hook in the water, so we outfish the shrimpers.
Snook anhilate them!! They work their best at night. I'm not surprised, since I can feel the tail vibrate through my fishing rod. I'm sure that rings the dinner bell for a hungry snook, as they have a very sensitive lateral line. If I can feel the vibes, so can they. Very impressive engineering for a relatively inexpensive soft lure!
Frankly, I don't know how you could wrong in most fishing situations. They have the look, the feel, the vibes, and the price.
Tight lines, y'all.
July 14, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by walleye rick unbelievable
I've been fising for many, many years and have never used a better walleye bait. They work well with a small jig head and are killers when you use them behind a #2 or #3 Mepps black fury with chartreuse dots on the blade. Just snip off the treble hook off and use a split ring to attach a #4 baitholder hook, thread on a 2-inch firetiger shad and start haulin in the 'eyes.
June 26, 2007
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