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Clearance Bass Pro Shops Shadee Shad

   

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

6

Model:
7SH-10
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  • Reg. price: $3.99

  • SKU: 1644959

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Watermelon Gold Flake

Watermelon Gold Flake

7"

6

Model:
7SH-60
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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

5"

10

Model:
5SH09
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Tournament proven and appealing to even the most hesitant fish, the Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series Shadee Shad Jerkbait produces a super erratic swimming action that closely resembles a fleeing shad. The Shadee Shad's salt infused soft body makes fish hold the bite a bit longer and the built-in hook slot improves hook-up percentages. When bass are begging for shad, this bait's the one to throw!

Bass Pro Shops Shadee Shad 4.6 5 37 37
Look out below !! I bought a pack of these 5" in watermelon gold because I wanted to see how they stacked up against the perennial Zoom fluke in watermelon gold. At first glance I did not like the fact that the BP shad's gold flakes were large and seemed unrealistic. That is where the comparison ends because as soon as I chunked this thing in the water...Kaboom! I started nailing Bass. I was hooked after this because this bait is a little bit heavier than a standard fluke and I can throw it farther on 12lb test. I am impressed with the quality of this bait, I do wish that BP would increase the color selection to include some of my other favorites like watermelon magic, golden bream, disco green, and smokin candy... November 19, 2013
Bass in the boat ! Thanks guy's, I really like the swim baits I had bought from you. We used the shadde shad (soft stlye)and a rapala jerk bait (hard style). Both bought on your web site. My next trip will be in ocean with the ocean lures I just bought. Sorry for the long delay with this comment, I was replaceing some wood and carpet on my bass boat. Yes I will take to ocean next week. Hang ten in the swells! November 5, 2010
they just work I have caught several large fish on these. If you rig them just right you can almost rip them through the water with a belly weight, and if you snap them they will turn around 180 degrees. they're soft and durable, but I still go through alot of them. October 9, 2010
Muskie and Northern, bass Using a snag less hook this bait will catch everything, Bass Northern and Muskie love this bait,,,also works well for a trailer behind spoons,,, great bait March 18, 2011
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Pretty much the same; some difference in sizes and colors available.
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Hi, this is a personal preference as people have their own favorite lures to use when fishing. I would say this is a great option for Jerkbait for Big Bass Fishing. Thank you!
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Four to one ratio. Flukes four, shadee shad one on tearing and beaking.
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I say the same as I use both for Stripers and Hybrids and both work for me the same. Either is a good choice.
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I personally like KVD 's Caffeine Shad by Strike King the best
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Does the 4" have a hook slit? Is it like the super fluke jr or like the fluke.
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Yes it is ,but better. last longer thsn fluke
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yup, yup..
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Yes, it has a slit in the bottom for the hook to slip up in to.
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Yes they do. Problem with them is that even though the claim to have heavy salt in them.......they don't have anything but plastic. I know this for a fact because I know the guy that makes them for BPS.
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Yes it does.
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IN MICHIGAN THE WATERMELLON FLAKE WORKS THE BEST

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White would be your best bet, closely resembles a shad.
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I used the #3 xps wide super lock.
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3/0 worm hook
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I use 5,6,&7/0 jig hooks I make and fish them in fast deep water for saltwater fish but you could bass fish with them with most 5/0 weedless hook style I'm sure as like a jerk bait
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1/2 oz Kalins Ultimate jig is the best for me -
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i would texas rig it with a wide gap hook
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for wacky rigging the best hook is the finnese wide gap size 4 by gamakatzu
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Yes works great in ponds. Stick wit hthe white.
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this works great in spring when rigged weightles. watermelon works good for me in stained water.
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this thing works everywhere. Dark brown, purple, or black and blue r the best. Stick an offset hook through the middle(wacky) and you will catch tons of bass. Cast out let it sit 4 at least 30 secconds and every now and then give it a slight twitch
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Yes there slited but I don't use the slit the way I rig them.
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yes, but zooms are much better looking. The forked tail on these guys are lame to nonexistant. spend the extra for zooms. I will
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Yes and protects the hook very well
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would you rather use a 7in or a 5in

have caught numerous amounts using both sizes but cnt determine which size is better

what hook type and size would you use with each type of bait (7in or 5in)
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I prefer 5 inch with 3/0 hook
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4" for smallies, 5+ for bass and muskie.
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5" in the lakes
7" in the ocean
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ok for the 5 in. use the 4/0 hooks for the seven in. use 5/0 hooks. Personally the 5 in. is better because you can catch both big and small fish with the 5 inch
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A guy told me he got them in the 2.5-3.0'' size.
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We only carry the 4" length as the smaller size.
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Cut it in half. Then use the tail piece.
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yes i believe its a 3 in but not for sure
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