Bass Pro Shops XTS Micro Vibe Crankbaits

   

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Firetiger

Firetiger

1-9/16"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
12

Model:
MV40-11
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  • SKU: 1005509

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Glimmer Shad

Glimmer Shad

1-9/16"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
12

Model:
MV40-21
  • $2.49

  • SKU: 1005518

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Lime Scale

Lime Scale

1-9/16"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
12

Model:
MV40-27
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  • SKU: 1005512

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Hickory Shad

Hickory Shad

1-9/16"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
12

Model:
MV40-30
  • $2.49

  • SKU: 1005516

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Chrome/Blue Back

Chrome/Blue Back

1-9/16"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
12

Model:
MV40-54
  • $2.49

  • SKU: 1005514

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These great-looking little Bass Pro Shops® XTS™ Micro Vibe Crankbaits are guaranteed to turn on the biggest panfish in your favorite creek, pond or lake! Use the lipless, rattlin' Micro Vibe to call fish in from all directions.

Bass Pro Shops XTS Micro Vibe Crankbaits 4.1 5 19 19
xts catches fish Easy casting. Great action. Will buy more. Taking out today too. September 19, 2014
A shame I bought this product because i was looking for a small but efficient lipless crank bait to fish shallow weedless areas. I did not get that with this lure. I got a crank bait that gets its hooks caught on each, other does not wobble at all and does not swim true. This lure needs a complete do-over March 6, 2013
Very small When it says micro, that's because it is quite small, if you are fishing farm ponds with small bass this would be the perfect lure but for lakes it would have to be for small bass, or panfish. April 2, 2012
chrome blue one is the best i recently went to bass pro andpurchased the chrome blue one. i took it bass fishing with me to try it out and cought 6 bass all over 14 in long i love this lure and use it all the time. i went back to bass pro a few days later and purchased 6 more. December 4, 2011
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The best way would be "Twitch,twitch,retrieve a bit, pause, twitch,twitch,retrieve, pause!"Not necessarily in that order!
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Personally i would not use this for trout but if you wnted to i would just slow crank it.
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i'd go bass pro...cheaper and same results.
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The Rapala is a better quality, but the BPS is not as expensive so if you loose a few it wont hurt your pocket book as much! Hope this helps!

Tight line,and be safe!
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Clackin rap is a great lure, but it sinks, so for like 6+ feet of water, I would go with the clackin rap, but small ponds and bank fishing, the floating rat-l-trap is great.
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Rat-L-Trap hands down! Don't even waste your time with these. Bass Pro needs to do a major redesign on this lure.
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 - Grand Lake, Ok
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same...just get the cheaper one in your favorite colors.
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The Golden Shiner is head and shoulders above the rat-l-trap.
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Red eye shad is better
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The Strike King Red Eye Shad will do a better job and They offer it in the silent model as well if you fish pressured water,or you fish clear water.
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just the price alone makes it better! they are basically the same...if they are biting the fish doesn't know how much you paid for it. i've had nothing but good luck with BPS stuff and when i get snagged and i lose my lure i don't feel soooo bad as losing a expensive rapala.
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This.
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best color (for bass)?

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it all depends on your water color...realistic for clear water...brighter colers for darker water.
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i have allways found that when your in dark water to use a light blue ora light green. when im in a clearwater i use a darker color lure
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That would be color 11.
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Yes. And you just put it on any rod and reel and reel it however fast you want. I was reelin about meduim spped when I hooked into a MONSTER 6 pound bass and a 2 pound Crappie.
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I use them primarily for brook trout,but they will catch bass!As to how big a bass you can catch with these remains to be seen,I guess you could get a one to two pounders if you use your drag,because these lures are small, and the hooks are tiny,but if you hook it wright you could get decent bass.
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I've fished in smaller ponds and quarries that contain smaller largemouth and smallmouth bass and these work very well. I work them around cover and over submerged weedbeds (They are generally more weedless than you would expect.) and the bass do hit them regularly and ferociously.
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