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Bass Pro Shops® XPS Z9R Perch Swimbaits

   

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Neon Bluegill

Neon Bluegill

3-1/2"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
Z9RP-NB
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 2045635

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Shad

Shad

3-1/2"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
Z9RP-SH
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  • SKU: 2045636

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Green Perch

Green Perch

3-1/2"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
Z9RP-GP
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1761340

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Bluegill

Bluegill

3-1/2"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
Z9RP-BG
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1761341

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  • High-quality construction and hardware
  • Deeper-bodied perch profile
  • Extreme realism, down to intricate gill, fin, and eye detail
  • Precisely reproduced natural coloration   
Same high-quality construction and hardware as the original Bass Pro Shops Z9R Swimbait, now in a deeper-bodied perch profile. Extreme realism, down to intricate gill, fin, and eye detail, combined with the precisely reproduced natural coloration of green perch or bluegill give you a lure to target the mightiest and wariest lunkers in the lake!  
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Lure Took my Yak out on the lake with about an hour of daylight left. Rigged this puppy up, and hit about 8 large mouth. I used the Shad lure. Only thing that I didn't like as much was it has a tendency to swim on it's side and I'm trying to fix that but other than that, works great! September 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sigh I hate to give this a bad review because I've seen videos of it working great. But I did spend 12$ on it and all it does is spin in a circle. I've used a swivel, tried different knots, tied it to two different spots and it still just swims in a circle. May 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quickest Bite I've Ever Had! See the picture below! I caught a big ol 10~12 pound lunker in Town Lake in Austin with this hyper realistic swimmer bait in Green Perch - in my 2nd cast! Definitely worth the price of admission. It's funny how I drove 100 miles to and back to San Antonio just to get my hands on this and to have a visit at the BPS store there ( there aint non yet in Austin) but it was an absolutely pleasant experience! Get your hands on one and you will not be disapointed! P.S. BPS hurry up with opening the Austin/Round Rock store! April 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Big Bass Swimbait I've caught 4 length citation bass off of this lure already. Swims and looks perfect in the water. I haven't caught anything under 3 lbs, so if you are looking to catch tons of fish this lure isn't for you. However, if you are searching for a big bass and don't mind only catching a few bass a trip then this bait is perfect. Only downfall is that it only has the one hook so it is pretty common to have a fish hit it without getting a hook in it. March 25, 2014
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I really want to love this bait but I have yet to have any luck with it. I normally just cast out and give it a slow to moderate retrieve with an occasional pause to mix it up. No hits though just yet. Wondering how you guys fish it and what bodies of water do you have luck in? Also...it swims slightly sideways sometimes. Is this normal? Thanks for your help!
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I experienced the same sideways swimming. I'm going to put small dabs of "great stuff" on it in hopes to level it to the top of the water. I use in a lake and crushed em.. But you need to use this lure and optimal eating times.. Early morning, late night.. No luck mid day as this lure is a mighty hefty Lunch snack..
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The bait is actually really great when u find the right bodies of water. I fish in southern VA and a lot of the lakes here don't have shad and the main source of bait is brim. I got the green perch one and it looks just like a sunfish. the bait can swim sideways which is my least favorite part about it, but I found that its all about what knot you tie onto it. I use Palomar(sp?) knot with fluorocarbon and a slipknot with braid and it seems to keep it moving vertically for ya. Also, if u try and steady retrieve and twitch it a bit and pause u can get it to turn back on itself and look at bass following it and thatll trigger strikes. Ive caught fish on this bait in the winter so it works year round and great. keep tryin it and good luck ( also the black dog bait co. shellcracker G2 is worth looking into, its similar to this bait and I haven't gotten to try it but I know ppl who have and love it)
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The retrieve on these types of baits is a slow, steady one with pauses of up to 10 seconds or more. This creates the illusion of a sick or injured fish that’s stuck on the surface. To a hungry bass, this looks like an easy meal. Try slow by some lily pads or across a submerged weed line can incite a strike.

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how deep does it run?

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i dont own a boat andi fish shallow water and i dont want to get it stuck on a log and other under water objects
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It depends on your retrieve. Ive fished it in shallow farm and golf course ponds and in shallow parts of lakes and its sit about 4/5 feet under the water with a steady medium speed retrieve. I also use a reed with a 7.1.1 ratio tho so it depends a bit on ur reel. it u give it a shot its easy to figure out. good luck
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If you do not let it sink it would be fine in shallow water with a fast retrieve.
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Does it float ?

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Doesn't float
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No, it sinks about prob. 3-7 feet below the surface!! =)
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no, it sinks
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No it does not float
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no this bait will sink
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slow sinking
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No. It will sink slowly.
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it all depends on how fast you retrieve it.
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I'm pretty sure as far as u let it sink
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Less than a foot below the surface.
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Only a foot or so below the surface. many times you can see the wake just under the surface.
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Not too deep without additional weights; bass tend to attack it from underneath as they would a bluegill swimming int the top 3' of water.
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