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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 Versatile Lure
I have caught many different fish on this lure including largemouth bass, yellow perch, crappie, and even a two and a half foot tiger muskellunge! When used with braided line I have been able to rip them out of snags in water and yes even trees! The white on white is my favorite as this one has caught all the fish mentioned above.
August 1, 2013
i have used them and have caught all types of fish in lakes and rivers even had my pitcure in the paper for fish of the week LOL.
May 16, 2009
grab a flashlight and a spinning rod rigged with this lure in the natural shad color and prepare for an excellent night of fishing. I have caught fish on this lure at all times of the day but use it mostly at night. I use it mostly for largemouth but have caught trout on it also. the only problem with this lure is if you catch enough fish or a big fish hits it hard it will slightly bend the very thin metal causing the blade to sometimes not spin properly. At this price its definitely worth it to buy a few. Summertime nighttime bass go crazy for this lure. The bass in the pic was caught on this. 4 and a half stars
February 17, 2011
They work well
I use the 1/16th ounce Lazer Eye for trout fishing. They work well, but for some reason they increased the size of the lure from the original. The Blade, Hook, and Body are larger. It is a tad too large for trout now. I do not believe that they make it in a 1/24th ounce, but it would be nice. Tennessee Shad is a killer for browns & brooks when the water is neutral (green tint, not clear or stained) and helped me catch 42 trout in an hour on the original size. The new size doesn't fair as well. FYI - This is Stream Wading for trout in Western PA.
May 5, 2010
I use it with a 6'6" MH rod with a Lews' Speed Spool Baitcaster. No problems with the presentation with this size rod. The 7' rod should do the same.I have a few 7 footers as well and I really can't say I notice a big difference with the same lures. Only 6" difference between our gear, you can work it just fine.
I usely let it drop for 5 second, and start retree, and some times depending how deep is the area, I let it drop about 10 seconds and retree.- in shalow water is the opposite, soon touch the water, start retreving.
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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