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Purple Tiger
Chartreuse Purple Tiger
Slick Firetiger
Slick Purple Candy
Slick Purple Bengal
Flashy Perch
Flashy Silver
Slick Sunset
Slick Chartreuse Pearl
Flashy Purple Candy
Flashy Ghost
Flashy Purple Tiger
Slick Purple Pearl
Flashy Clown
Slick Green Pearl
Slick Racy
Flashy Red
Slick Mouse
Flashy Pink
Flashy Red Perch
Flashy Sunset
Shad
Bloody Pearl
Electric Perch
Fathead Minnow
Hollywood
Natural Perch
Rainbow Dace
Steel Tiger
Perch
Purple Pearl
Black Gold Sunset
Black Silver
Blue Tiger
Chrome Clown
Firetiger
Orange Shad
Chartreuse Pearl
Pearl White
Sultry Shad
Purple Dawn
Hot Pink
Rainbow Trout
Racy Shad
Speckled Gold Shiner
Red Tiger
Black Gold
Avocado Fever
Pink Lemonade
Orange Pearl
Disco Perch
  • Perfectly mimics the walleye’s favorite meal
  • Strong hook attachments and a wide range of colors
  • Quality wide-gap trebles
Studies have shown that walleye will single out small shad even when they have other forage available to them. That partly explains why, since its introduction just a few years ago, the Flicker Shad has become one of the most productive trolling baits of our time. Its size, profile, action, and diving depth perfectly mimic the walleye’s favorite meal, and its top-line componentry gives you a bait tuned to run correctly right out of the package. The Flicker Shad features strong hook attachments and a wide range of colors—including custom colors available only from Bass Pro Shops®! Complete with quality, wide-gap trebles to keep fish from coming loose on the way in.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Bait! It won't coax dormant fish, but if they're active they crush this bait. Started fishing it two summers ago and have caught walleye, all varieties of bass and even crappie on it. It's great for when you want to just throw something in the water and see what hits. The paint does chip so if you're fishing ledges you may not want to be as aggressive but with the price it almost doesn't matter. April 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best purchase ever hi recomand this lure i have the great action and have perfectly mimics the walleyes food . i catch more fish with this lures walleye and bass small mouth. wide range of colorsquality wide-gap April 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best lure purchased last year i found the flicker shads last yr. we were using the 1-1/2" size in 3 to 7 ft of water catching 17 to 22" walleyes. i had one of my best years ever walleye fishing using them.they are one of the best lures ive used in a lot of years. between the plug action and the color patterns they were the best lure ive used in quite a while. March 5, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed! I have had little to no success with these lures and am extremely surprised with the 4.7 rating. Maybe I need to get someone having luck with them show me what I'm doing wrong. February 22, 2014
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i recomand number 7mcpt-7mstt-7mppd-9mft good luck and i have a great experiance with this lure
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have (2) of these lures have never caught a fish with them nor the storm knockoff of this lure they are both difficult to cast with a baitcaster.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Size is another key factor start out small in Spring 2″-2 1/2″ as most forage species spawn in the Spring, walleyes as other predators will take advantage of this feeding opportunity. During the Summer as the forage growth increases the best size is 3″-4.” When Fall arrives and the remaining forage is fully grown use 5″-6″ as walleyes are fatting up for winter.
The best lure color would be to mimic the dominant forage in the waters your fishing. Here is a simple guideline of basic successful colors:
Open Water Suspended Forage: Shad, Shiners, Ciscoes, Alewives, Smelt
Black, Green, Blue, Purple top with Silver sides
Black top with White sides
All Silver Chrome or White

Structure Orientated Forage: Perch, Suckers, Crawfish, Minnows
Black top with Gold sides (Sucker)
Black top with Silver sides (Minnow)
Black top with Orange sides (Perch-Crawfish)
Black top with Green sides with Bars (Perch)
Brown top Orange or Red sides (Crawfish)

Fluorescent Colors: For dark, stained or muddy waters the hot colors work effective, here’s a few top producers.
Dark Green top Chartreuse sides orange belly (Firetiger)
Blue top Chartreuse sides orange belly (Parrot)
Orange top & sides Chartreuse belly (Hot Tiger)
Red Head Chartreuse Body (Clown)
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Is this any good for trout?

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i never fishing trouht with this only walleyes and bass
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Yes, this lure is a great trout lure. I just wrote a review on this lure. Good luck.
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depends on what kind of trout, I think you could get lake trout on them
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I just bought the 2 3/8" version with the Chatruese Pearl, Purple Tiger, and the Black Silver colors. I am mainly targeting Bass, Saugeye, and Pike....although the lake (Alum Creek) that I fish know is known for Muskies.
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You will catch all them on it.
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When using the flicker shad, you will most likely be targeting Walleye, Bass and Saugeye. However Muskie, Pike and Carp MAY bite on it. My current Flicker Shad is in the "Shad" color, and is 1/2 oz. I went out today (April 7th, 2013) in VERY cold condition (Living in Chicago) and caught 2 great bass. Good luck and have fun!
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I have caught all that you mention plus some. Yes I've caught muskie on these and now that the #9 size is available expect to catch more.

By the way Alum is on my list of lakes to hit in 2013. My home lake is Caesar Creek, less than 2 hours from you.
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I don't now about pike but bass, saugeye, and walleye in decent amounts is my best answer
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I have caught largemouth (in Texas), Northern pike, and walleye on the same Flicker Shad.
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I have caught pike and muskie on this
bait as well. The 2 3/8 works well, but
I still prefer the full 3" model.
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Walleye, northern, smallmouth, white bass, Perch, carp, drum, sheepshead
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all the above although the size does not lend itself to muskies

very light so casting is difficult but with light tackle you can get the job done, trooling is wonderfuf
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Reenforce the rear treble with super glue. I've had three rear trebles pull out with fish on.
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You can catch bass largemouth and smallmouth,walleye,pie, sometimes musies and catsish,and also some large bluegill
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Up here in Canada, it is a very good lure for walleye and sauger when trolling behind a boat.

I caught also small musky on this lure.
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no, this is new style lure, competion with the rapala shad rap.
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yes it did, but i fish with the old frenzy, it seems to do better.I wish you would go back to frenzy.
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Frenzy was a Totaly differant Lure In shape ..I believe the Frenzy was more of a flat sided Crankbait then the Flicker Shad ...Im Not sure why Berkley stop making the Frenzy ...
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 - Near Houston , Mo On the West Fork Piny River
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This is a totally new lure. Tracks straight and colors that catch fish, only one I use now..
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Turn eye to right very little
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G'day mate pretty easy really if the lure is running off to one direction with your long nose pliers just tweak the tow point in the opposite direction to the swimming side.....Don't be hard at this either as you can loosen the tow point too much which in turn makes the lure harder to tune.......
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ok...get some pliars first. tie the lure on and cast it. reel it in pretty fast and if it is swimming too far to the left, then use your pliars and bend the metal eye on the lip of the lure the other way. it usually takes a couple of trys to get it right, but when you figure out how to tune lures then you will have obtained a skill to make all lures swim well ! i had like 6 lures that i knew would catch fish, but would keep jumping out of the water on me and was really mad because i thought i just spent 6 or 7 bucks on something that will never work! but i learned how to tune and all problems solved.
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Bend the screw in the bill to the right or left.
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Well, I never had to tune it, because it ran right just out of the box for me...great walleye catching lure.
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Tuning a flicker shad or shad style crankbait is much like tuning any other style of crankbait. Make sure to make changes slowly and at small clips so that you do not overcorrect and have another problem.

The first problem may be with the bill of the bait itself. If the edges are cracked or rough, you may need to sand the bill down just a bit with a nail file.

Also, if any hooks are bent, be sure to straighten these out to normal form.

The third possible way to try is slightly bending the bill of the bait. Be sure not to put to much pressure as this may crack the body of the bait. Bend the bill towards the direction that you want the lure to run.

There are many other tricks to making this process work, but these tend to be the major ones. Expirementation with your baits is one of the quickest remedies because there is no one true fix, and truly, no two baits are alike.
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I have used this lure often and caught trout on the troll. The fish not only hit the lure hard, but they devour it.
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Yep I would get the 4cm models fish them on a very light flurocarbon leader say 4lb on 4lb braid but if the fish are still a bit timid I'd drop down to 3lb leader and slow twitch them back to the boat.....Gold and Rainbow Trout colours very ideal for this and in Australia this combination works well.......
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Yes it sure can. We caught about half of the
specs while in Algonquin Park in Ontario
this past spring. The 3 " lure will run approx 10 to 12 feet depending on how much line is out. I would try it even on lead core or
steel line in the summer after the water warms up and you may need to go a little deeper.
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Yep. . .when trolling a nearby lake, whether flatlining or pulling leadcore I start with a Flicker Shad on one of my lines. Depending upon the day, the FS may be one of my best producers.
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Yes this lure can catch rainbows if you can keep it near the top of the water.
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Trout are carnivorous fish and will take smaller trout fry, minnows, and other small fish prey. The best suggestion when trying to see what the fish will bite is to try and match exactly what the fish eat in the waterway that they are in. Keep in mind that the favorite food of a particular species in one water body may be different than those in other water bodies. An excellent resource to contact about what may be the best to use in your area is your local conservation agent.
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Best color for walleye?

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Which color seems to work best for trolling walleye. Thanks
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WE HAD GREAT LUCK WITH THE BLOODY PEARL, BUT ARE FISHING LAKE POWELL IN UTAH.
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MY #1 colour is the "Purple Tiger" but then it depends on the kind of day. On sunny days with very little chop, I would go and try a darker colour, blue tiger. sunset or shad.
Bass are attracted to others as well. The firetiger, chartruese, are other good choices. Just make sure that the water depth is over 12' if trolling as you know these run deep.
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Color depends on the body of water that you are fishing , water clarity , and weather , i.e.... sunny, overcast etc,...
I use all the colors and i fish in mostly stained water
The Chartreuse color seems to work the best for me though
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without question Orange Pearl, Natural Perch, Purple Dawn and Purple Pearl all exclusive Bass Pro colors
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Purple firetiger. Best color for Walleyes in Lake Winnebago,WI
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I wish there was an easy answer, but unfortunatley theres not. I would have say that the more natural looking cranks are a must have in your tacklebox.

Now with that being said, darker, dirtier, and stained water may require the brighter and more wacky color combinations to produce fish.

If i had to pick only 4 colors to own they would be: blue/silver, black/silver, black/gold, and firetiger. they seem to produce more consistently than any other colors for me.

Best of luck to you! And honestly get as many colors as you can afford because they all have a time and place for catching walleyes ;)
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perch color
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walleyes are attracted primarily by the action of a lure, they are most likely to hit a nite crawer with a slow wabling spinner blade worked slowly.
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Depends on the lake and the day. In my recent experience purple has worked very well. However, any given day will bring about different color choices. You want to be able to offer several colors so you can find the "color of the day". If one doesn't work, be ready to change to a different color until you find one they like. Generally speaking, on bright days, use bright colored lures and on dark/cloudy days, use darker colors.
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depend on the water clarity and the type of water your fishing.clear lakes the natural colors and metalics work well.
early morning,twilight bright colors are the ticket.Stained to dirty water try bright and colorful combos,Firetiger in blue or green is a hot ,dirty water color
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match the hatch - we have had luck with the shad color (natural perch, black silver and pearl white)
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can get to 18 using lead core &100' out
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#5 10 TO 12 FEET. #7 12 TO 16'. EACH LURE COMES WITH DIVE CHART ON 10# LEST. ALSO SHOWS IN PRECISION TROLLING BOOK. IT'S A MUST HAVE FOR ANYONE DOING ALOT OF TROLLING. BOOKS SHOWS TROLLING DEPTH FOR MANY LURE AND SEPARATE READINGS FOR EACH SIZE OF LURES.
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10ft
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No deeper than 10 ft and it must be slow or they will roll on you.
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Between 8' to 10' and that will depend on the type line you use to how far you cast.
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10 to 14ft on a long cast at 1.9 mph
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This depends if using the 1/8 or the 1/4 oz. The 1/4 will run deeper and this depends on boat speed/trolling speed. The 1/4 oz can get down to 8 -10 feet trolling. 1/8oz about 3-4 feet which is awesome when trolling the Little Northfork River at Bull Shoals
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Did not troll with it. But it would probably wiggle to fast!
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