Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Balsa Shads
This slab-sided crankbait gives you a distinct advantage over aggressive bass. Their brains can't override their impulses—so when the narrow profile and thin coffin lip combine to deliver that incredibly tight wiggle, they're helpless. Digs deep in a hurry; great deflection off obstacles.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by rpuc916 Great Lure! I purchased the Splatter Back Pearl Balsa Shad. The first time I used it, I caught five. I love the action and feel of the lure. It seems to go through trash really well. It is light, so it does take some getting use to. The only knock I have is the hooks don't seem to be as sharp as they should. Other than that, I love it! I will be purchasing more. April 11, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by TorgueConverter LOLwut??? It's a balsa flat-sided rank with a thick lip reminiscent of a molded plastic crank. Great lure for ripping through flooded brush during post spawn in shad based highland reservoirs, however the light weight (1/2 oz.) lets me down. It's just too hard to cast on baitcasting tackle. Add some more lead and I'd praise it. January 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crokes Great addition to tool box I was eager to try this lure when it arrived from US. I thought it would be good on Barramundi and was proved correct. I took it to the Daintree River in North Queensland and was rewarded after a couple of cast to a likely snag. A small Barra lept out of the water as it struck at the lure but did not hook up. On the next cast a larger barra latched on. great result and I am sure this lure will produce many more fish for me. July 18, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lilbassboy not good i gave it a 3 star because i caught a 5lb bass but if i didnt it would've gotten a 1 or 2 star baecause the lip came out and the hooks are dull and to soft. April 27, 2011
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