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Emerald Shiner

Emerald Shiner

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-02
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114466

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Bleeding Tennessee Shad

Bleeding Tennessee Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-03
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114468

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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-04
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114469

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Splatterback Pearl

Splatterback Pearl

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-12
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114472

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Black Back Gold Orange Belly

Black Back Gold Orange Belly

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-14
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114474

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Chrome Black Back

Chrome Black Back

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-36
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114481

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Chrome Blue Back

Chrome Blue Back

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-37
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114482

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Chartreuse Black Back

Chartreuse Black Back

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-38
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114483

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Steroid Shad

Steroid Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-40
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432994

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Crawfish Boil

Crawfish Boil

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-41
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432995

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-44
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432996

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Olive Shad

Olive Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-49
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432997

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Fire Crawdad

Fire Crawdad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-52
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114484

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Silver Shad

Silver Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-65
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114485

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Texas Shad

Texas Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-66
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114486

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Green Shad

Green Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-67
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114487

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Crystal Shad

Crystal Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-69
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1114489

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Gold XXX Shad

Gold XXX Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-80
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1642542

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Bone XXX Shad

Bone XXX Shad

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-81
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1642543

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Chartreuse Perch

Chartreuse Perch

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
NTV70-94
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1772184

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Bleeding Tennessee Shad

Bleeding Tennessee Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-03
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334841

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Firetiger

Firetiger

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-04
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334842

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Chrome Black Back

Chrome Black Back

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-36
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334848

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Chrome Blue Back

Chrome Blue Back

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-37
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334849

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Chartreuse Black Back

Chartreuse Black Back

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-38
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334850

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Steroid Shad

Steroid Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-40
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432998

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Crawfish Boil

Crawfish Boil

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-41
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1432999

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-44
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1433000

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Olive Shad

Olive Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-49
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1433001

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Fire Crawdad

Fire Crawdad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-52
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334851

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Silver Shad

Silver Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-65
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334852

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Texas Shad

Texas Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-66
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334853

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Green Shad

Green Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-67
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334854

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Crystal Shad

Crystal Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-69
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1334856

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Chrome XXX Shad

Chrome XXX Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-79
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1642538

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Gold XXX Shad

Gold XXX Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-80
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1642539

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Bone XXX Shad

Bone XXX Shad

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-81
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1642540

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Chartreuse Perch

Chartreuse Perch

2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6,8

Model:
NTV14-94
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1772183

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The ultimate high-action search bait!

This slab-sided, deep-bellied vibrating bait is specially tuned to call in feeding fish from all directions. Its weighted, sculptured body houses multiple rattle chambers filled with small beads; the tight wiggling action sends out a continuous loud signal that can't be ignored. A great search lure, designed for long casts and retrieval at any depth.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 94 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value Just used this lure for the first time and on the second cast, BAM! nailed a nice sized largemouth using the green shad color. Great erratic swim motion. Definitely glad to have it in the arsenal. May 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good lure, lackluster finish It is a fantastic lure with great action/sound, but the one and only complaint with it is the finish/color fades and chipped off with me after a couple days fishing it. February 26, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by It was good!! I was using this jig for the first time for striper it work real good,but I lost it to the fish...I have to buy more of it. may be I should stock up! December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bait This is my go to bait when I need a fish in the boat. My personal favorite color is the green shad. It's green on top with white on the sides. I call it the "white mamba". I can catch fish on it when others aren't getting bit on anything else. I do change the back hooks to a wide bite type hook. October 23, 2013
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To be honest, this is more of a bass bait than a trout bait. However, i caught a very small trout on this lure so it can be done! To do this I used a medium-slow steady retrieve and just waited for a strike.

ps- I was using the Chrome XXX Shad design
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use a smaller size one and fish it slow
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I have not had much luck catching trout with this bait. In my opinion they are a little to wide. I have caught trout with them but very few. I would use a skinnier and as long or longer lure. In Ma I also don't have very large trout. Normal size are 15" if lucky 18" to 20" is maximum.
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you are very unlikely to catch a trout on this type of lure... it COULD happen - anything's possible - but a small spoon or in-line spinner would be a much better choice for trout fishing. This lure is designed primarily for bass fishing.
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Can I use a Swivel or should I tie directly to line (if so which knot)? Thanks
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Don't use a swivel, tie direct. This will give it the best movement.
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I tie my line directly to it using a Rapala Knot which leaves a loop so it has free range to strut its stuff. Just google Rapala Knot, its pretty easy if you practice it a few times and I am yet to have that knot fail me.
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Tie it directly to your line. It will have better action and you can feel the lure moving through the water. That will also lead to feeling a strike. I usually fish lipless baits in the cooler seasons so the strike can be lethargic. Feeling is everything during that time. I sometimes would attach a wire leader if I'm going for pike, but thats as far as I will go.
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Tie it direct to the lure no swivel a polymer knot works great!!!!
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a swivel will mess up the action of the lure, direct tie is much better
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I tie on a BPS Fast-lock Bass Snap (size 1 or 2) with a palomar knot. I think a swivel could kill some of the vibration.
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I will tie the lure straight to the line. To get a better feel from the bait.
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I use mine without a swivel. However my uncle uses his with a swivel. So i suppose it doesnt matter.
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Directly to line. Any knot will work. I use polymer.
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The best method I have found is BPS fast lock bass snaps. They allow the bait alot of freedom but also don't weigh the bait down to affect vibration. Also makes changing colors a breeze. I tie the snap using a palomar knot, very strong reliable knot.
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i tie directly to the line, using an improved cinch knot. always check your line for abrasion and wear and tear while fishing. it never hurts to retie when using the same bait for an extended period.
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This bait compares equal to any other rattle type bait on the market. I have problems with them at all
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I have never used the Red Eye . I bought two rattle shad on afternoon and used them that night and had my limit of 25 White Bass in the boat in less than two hours. Now it is the only lure my son-in-law and daughter use
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I use both and I think they both are great but for the money the XPS works great I caught more fish then my partner on the same day throwing the same color but he was using the red eye and me the XPS both in XXXgold shad color
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ive had better results in a pond ive not been able to catch any fish in this pond ive been fishin with a red eye shad
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I have used both red eye shad and the XPS rattle shad. I prefer the red eye shad when fishing the 1/2 oz. cranks in average to deep water, but I love to use the 1/4 oz. XPS rattle shad in shallow water 5ft. or less. Both have great action and perform well, but I think the XPS rattle shad has better color options, lure design, and is a little lighter than the red eye shad in both sizes.
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Both baits are great! The Red eye shad is probably best fished in situations were you want the bait to sink allot because of its little wiggle on the drop, and thats when big bass, from my experience, will come up suck the bait in due to the fact it's an easy meal. In the same way the XPS rattle shad is most successful with plenty of pauses and twitches during the retrieve. Both great value for money, both worth having in the tackle box!
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As with any type fishing, it pays to have a good assortment of lures and colors available. I use both and I have had my best luck with the small xps rattle shad. When i fish larger ones i use red eye and X-cailber ones. Hopes this helps.
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This one has more and smaller rattles. I prefer bass pro's xps over strike king red eye shad because of he color variety and rattles.
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I personally have had much better success on the XPS rattle shad. For the price I don't think you can get a better lipless crank.
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The red eye shad just sinks quicker in my opinion. I can fish shallow water with fast retrieve with the XPS rattle shad. It runs true all of the time. I can't fish the red eye shad in the shallow water (3 ft or less) without it picking up the weeds. I use a 6:1 ratio reel. I can also feel the xps rattle more when being retrieved. In early spring, I recommend the xps over the red eye shad.
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The Strike King red eye shad is a good rattle bait but as far as I am concerned the detail and color of the XPS Rattle Shad is far greater. You can beat the heck out of the Rattle Shad.
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what colors should i buy?
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I used the Chrome XXX Shad design and caught a nice 3 pounder on my first cast!
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Emerald Shiner has worked best for us in clear water.
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The Olive and Chartreuse shad and Bone XXX work best for me
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I have caught several fish using the crawfish boil, emerald shiner, fire crawdad, and chrome XXX shad. But I fish mostly fish stained, lightly stained, and darker water in Florida and Georgia.
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i like texas shad for a go to bait but its your choice or the other ones
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Typical rule of thumb:
bright color for discolor water and light color of clear water.
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Match the hatch. In the lakes I fish there are a lot of panfish, I typically run colors that resemble them. The river I fish has shiners in it and I do well on blue/chrome or black/chrome. The new XXX chrome shad has worked very well in both situations.
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1. Craw fish boil. The best.
2. Gold black back.
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i always go buy whatever your primary baitfish in the lake is.if its shad go with the white colors.etc.etc.
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The color of lure should be determined by the lake you are fishing. First and foremost try to match the forage in the lake or pond, second in some cases the water clarity will dictate to a degree what color to use.
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I really like 41 and 68 for spring and any of the shad colors for summer and fall schoolies
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i fish in a pattle boat (just getting into the sport) in a lake/pond that is about 50 ft deep at most and 8 at the minimum. would this work in my situation?
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yes let it sink down and hold rod tip down and reel slowly
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The lipless crank would work, but it would be better to use a 1/2 ounce (larger) size to get down deeper since the lake is deep. Make sure to fish around grass, lily pads, and structure.
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yes but fishing in the shallower area next to structure is your best bet
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This lure will work in any fresh water body of water. You can fish shallow or deep with it.
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Yes, the XPS Rattle Shad will work in you situation. It does not matter what you are fishing out of. You can adjust your depth of retrieve by counting down your lure when it hits the water, 1001-1002-1003 respectively would be about 1 foot of fall per second.
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a rattle trap can be fished in that situation. where you go to the shallow end and cast in to the deep part when reeling back in ponds i like to change my speed from slow to fast on the retrieve so yes. as a matter of fact my biggest fish ever was caught with a rattle trap in a pond just like yours.
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I know for sure that these lipless cranks come in 1/4 oz. and 1/2 oz. I preferably use a 1/4 oz. b/c I fish a lot of shallow water lakes.
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It is listed on the site or catalog. If you don't see it I believe they have the 1/4oz. If not the 3/16, 3/8 or 5/16 is close.
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They come in 1/4 oz and 3/8 oz and 21 colors
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The 1-3/4" are 1/4 oz. and the 2-3/4" are 3/8 oz.
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