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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Lazer Eye™ Micro Spin is one incredible lure! Our 10-step manufacturing process creates an intricate, textured scale pattern, enhanced with unique holographic lazer tape plus a hand-tied hair skirt for increased attraction. Glass eyes add realism; a Mustad treble hook provides a solid hookset. Willow blade.
great for bass
i got the, Natural Shad,grasshopper,crawfish,Tennessee Shad,green shad about 8 months ago.and love them ive fished in ponds,creeks,lakes,rivers everywhere i can and when nothing's bitin i pull'em out and it starts a frenzy ive lost the crawfish and greenshad but ima get more next time i stop by there worth it
June 24, 2012
Wouldn't Buy Again
Color is great and it looks like it's made well and will hold together. But the spinner doesn't rotate properly, it just sits there.
April 30, 2012
Best Spinner Out There!
I've been using this lure for a couple years and never had any doubts about it. A lot of people say that it won't spin, but you have to jerk it sometimes in the water to get it to start, or bend the blade a bit. Fished for three hours and caught 14 fish on the same spinner. Used the 1/4oz. version with the Barfish color. Caught all Largemouths: 8", 9", 10", 10", 12", 12", 12", 14", 14", 14", 15", 15", 18", and a 18". Also works good with plastic minnow trailers.
March 23, 2012
Micro is correct but Spinner it is not
Purchased several and all of the spinner blades would not spin. Sent them back for refund.
August 10, 2011
I use it just like any other rooster tail or arctic fox spinner, cast it out and bring it back at varying speeds. I typically give it a strong tug after it hits the water to insure it's blade kicks in immediately.
It absolutely sinks but with good blade movement it's pretty resistant and won't sink too far depending on your retrieve speed.
It sinks. I use it as I would use a standard hook at the end of my line. It adds some weight to the line without having to use a heavy spoon. I add a honey worm on the hook to make it even more attractive for the fish.
It all depends on what your going for, what time it is, the color of the water and the clarity of the day. There is never a right answer to "what size to get" when your fishing. Different fish like different sizes. Large bass like to eat large fish (about 2-3 inches long) small bass like small fish (about 1/4 inch to an inch). It also depends on the type of water your fishing in. Cloudy water you want to use the type of lure that you know the color of the minnows are. Same with clear water. I know I like to use bright colors in cloudy water and duller colors in clear water. You just have to kind of guess and learn from what they take and don't take.
I ordered the 1/6 and 1/4. For me the 1/4 preformed better. But the size you go for should depend on what you're targeting. I picked them up for trout, but I've had all sorts of different fish hit spinners similar to these.
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