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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Lazer Eye™ Hardbaits - Static Shad

   

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Olive Shad
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Texas Shad
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Natural Brown Crawdad
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Red Tiger
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Purple Tiger
Olive Ghost Shad
Natural Perch
Purple Pearl
Spectrum
Psycho Perch
Hollywood
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Sultry Shad
Perch
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Orange Shad
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  • Naturally shaped body design
  • Lifelike 3-D lazer eyes
  • Extra-loud rattles
  • Hot finishes
  • Equipped with premium, extra-sharp hooks
Our experts are impressed with our XPS Lazer Eye Hard Baits' sculptured, naturally shaped body designs, lifelike 3-D lazer eyes, extra-loud rattles, and hot finishes that replicate the natural colorization process, becoming more pronounced in direct sunlight and somewhat less intense under the surface. All styles are equipped with premium, extra-sharp hooks. Has the precise horizontal and vertical profile of a real shad, with a tight shimmy and moderate diving habit. Multiple rattles for added attraction.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by too light Would cast better and have more effective action if weighed more and better balanced. September 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not bad! These are good little baits and very inexpensive. I have caught a few fish on them. Action was good out of the package, and so were the hooks. Both fish in the images to the right hit this lure when I was casting towards docks. The rock bass was... well, it's unfortunate where he got hooked. July 23, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ok but not durable Love the action and the look but don't hit to much rock with it cause the paint chip and fall! June 19, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by too light...not sure if it gets down low enough.. this bait is much lighter than i thought...used it a few times but cant feel it hitting bottom like it should so i havent used it too much after that...maybe when the weather is warmer i'll try to fish it some more but if it doesnt catch fish=DONE.. June 12, 2013
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The Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Lazer Eye™ Hardbaits - Static Shad
2 1/4" dives 2' to 5'
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Mine worked fine right out of the box - however, there are always instances when lures need to be tuned.
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I crack open the packaging, bend down the barbs and I am good to go! No tuning needed.
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No tuning necessary , ready to go out of the box. , unless you want them to run under a dock. If you do let me know and I will tell you how
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Each crank can be different out the package but every one of these cranks I bought were good to go right out of the box.
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it's a floater, but i have had one that sunk slowly.... defect?
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Boy did Johnny do a great number on this bait. We have caught so many fish on this little bait it is not funny. If you dont have any I would suggest going and getting a few. We were catching fish just by retriving it slow to medium and stopping when we hit a rock or structure.
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Try them all until the bass answers the question for you.
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medium speed. I used a 6.3:1 retrieve ratio reel.
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The package or product details does not say it floats, suspends, or sinks. So if any of you know, I would like to hear your thoughts. Thanks!
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Mine floats!
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This lure is intended to float slowly back to the surface after a stop in retrive.

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It sinks very slowly, and when you start to pull it will suspend..
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The small version suspends and the large version floats.
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I just bought a few of these in a variety of colors and in both sizes.

I tested both of these in the same water (freshwater lake), water temperature was probably in the mid to low 60's.

The smaller 2 3/8" size seems to sink slowly, while the larger 2 3/4" size has a slow float back to the surface.

If you order the lighter colors like Clown, you get bright chrome hooks, but if you order darker colors like Texas Shad, you get dark hooks. Personally I would prefer dark hooks on everything, but that's just nitpicking on an otherwise great lure.
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I believe this is a suspending model. I only own one but mine suspends so depending on the individual bait and water temperature a suspending bait will slowly sink, slowly rise, or truely suspend.
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thanks for helping me out
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Shad colors worked best for me. Black back and white belly
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#38 is my favorite. When in doubt I always pull out #38 and catch bass. Weather and water conditions play a factor color choice but I believe the main reason I am always successful with #38 is my confidence in this crank. Confidence has a lot to do with it. Try #38 and let me know how you do! Good luck!
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Phantom and Olive Shad
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Let the water colr you are going to be fishing answer this question...dark or chartruse colors for stained/muddy water, light colors (silver or white) for clear.
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As with most crankbaits, there are a few rules to follow when it comes to color. The first is in regard to water color, if it's clear you’ll want to go with more natural colors and if it's stained use brighter colors. The second rule is to match the hatch. Do this in both size and color. Pick a color that would be best in the water conditions you fish in the most for the best results.
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I WAS RAISED IN A BIG CITY AND I ONLY SAY THAT BECAUSE IF SOMEONE LIKE ME WHO DOESN'T REALLY KNOW ALOT ABOUT FISHING CAN CATCH FISH WITH THESE LURES.......ANYONE CAN. AFTER DOING EVERYTHING THE LOCALS SAID TO DO WITH ALMOST NO FISH CAUGHT..... I DECIDED TO BUY ONE OF THESE VISITING A FRIEND IN ST. LOUIS. I BOUGHT A 2-3/8" NO. 49 AND THE FISH HAMMERED IT. I JUST RECENTLY ORDERED MORE OF THIS COLOR BUT WANTED TO TRY SOME MORE. I THINK ANYTHING SHINNY WILL WORK. JUST ON THIS LURE....OVER 60 WALLEYE....LOTS OF BASS..CHANNEL CAT AND EVEN A 36 IN NORTHERN. I HEAR ALOT OF PEOPLE SAY NOT TO USE CHEAP LURES BUT IN MY EXPERIENCE...WLLEYE TEETH WILL TEAR UP ANY LURE TO WHERE YOU'LL HAVE TO BUY ONE EVERY YEAR ANYWAY. I COULD USE THE OLD ONE BUT AFTER SEEING HOW MUCH BETTER THE NEW ONES LOOK I THINK I'LL RETIRE IT. $ 3.99 FOR OVER 100 FISH.....PRETTY CHEAP FISHING. GO WITH NO. 49.
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I fish Professionally and I am on the Pro Staff with Bass Pro Shops. If I were to select three colors, I would get the 09--49--02. You can catch fish just about everywhere with these colors. I caught 4 bass in a Tournment in 2min with one of these. Also caught 21 fish the first day, and 19 the second day, using the 49 color. Hope this helps out. But remember, the most important thing in selection, is matching the color the what swims in the water where you are fishing . Great fishing.
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I would buy a couple of different colors. Maybe one to match the forage in your lake like a shad color or shiner color. Such as 19, 48, or 55. I personally would use these colors on a sunny day. Then I would get one that's bright, to use on cloudy days or in muddy water, like a chartreuse or a fire tiger. Such as 4, 16, or 23 Then I might get one that I just plain like, because I know I am more likely to fish with a color I personally like. Just buy a couple colors and experiment. I hope this helped. Good fishing!
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