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Clearance Bass Pro Shops XPS Tri-Vibe Crankbait

   

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Sunfish

Sunfish

2-1/4"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
BPV38-07
  • Clearance price: $2.98

  • Reg. price: $5.29

  • SKU: 1334959

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3 attachment points for different types of retrieves!
Uncle Homer had a great idea—a lipless crankbait that can hit any depth, with varied actions, made to the same standards as those high-priced imports. We put the challenge to our own Japanese lure designers, and the result was our Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Tri-Vibe Crankbait. Made with the finest tooling and components, the XPS Tri-Vibe Crankbait features 3 different pull points, for complete top-to-bottom versatility. A raised red dorsal and oversized red trebles help produce that helpless, injured-shad look. Incredibly detailed scale finish. 3-D lazer eyes. And a loud, sharp rattle that can't be ignored!

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Double Whammy After moving to downtown Chicago from Florida, I realized I moved to a city where some locales may say bass fishing is a taboo. Anyways, I walked to the lagoon behind my apartment to give fishing a stab. I've used this lure in lakes and Kentucky and elsewhere; however i threw the Tri-Vibe into the dirty Chicago waters only to get a huge strike on my first cast resulting in me pulling up a 3 1/2 pound Largemouth. I kept throwing the Perch colored Lure into the lagoon and enticing more fish hitting it; however, I never had any success on any other lure in this area. Overall, the XPS Tri-Vibe is a quality made lure with great action and yields great bass over and over again. May 14, 2009
MUST HAVE BAIT!! This is a great must have bait. It can be used all year in all water types. I have many colors and sizes. If you have not used this bait please do. You will be happy you did. Get a few colors too. Good luck! June 3, 2009
Great Crank The action is great and the ability to use at different depths is invaluable. It helps to shrink my crank bait box by a third. Getting ready to order a few more. May 9, 2011
XPS Tri-Vibe Crankbait This crankbait is grate I do recommend that you have it in your arsenal, I used it and caught a 8 lbs. Bass on the second cast. March 16, 2010
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The shallow setting seems to get between 1-3 feet. The medium setting seems to hit 3-6 feet. And the deep setting, well... I can't really say because we can't see it in stained waters, but it does get below 6'.
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These are and I can say that truthfully because I use both quite a bit. Unless I'm just getting much more lucky while using the trivibe then I don't have an accurate answers, however in my experience the trivibe is a better bait with a more aggressive action to attract fish.
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No. Unless you are fishing water deeper than 10ft. Then maybe because the RedEye falls in a shimmy like a senko. Forget the diamond shad.
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There are alot of good lipless crankbaits on the market such as spro,Koppers,Rapala,excaliber and Red eye shad. For the money the red eye shad does the job.
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This one - no lie. Equal to the RedEye ut for different reasons. This one out-performs the RedEye in shallow water, and vice versa.
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