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Free Offer Berkley® PowerBait® Saltwater 3'' Rattle Shrimp Softbaits

   

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3"

3

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SWCRS3-NAT
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Coastal Candy

3"

3

Model:
SWCRS3-CCA
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The Berkley PowerBait Saltwater 3'' Rattle Shrimp are deadly for a wide variety of inshore species that feed on shrimp. In addition to the proven PowerBait formula which draws fish in from distance, these plastic shrimp feature a built-in tube rattle which increases vibration and noise. Pre-rigged and weighted for lifelike action. Three pack.

Manufacturer model #: SWCRS3.

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fish eat this? I casted this in new penny all over the east cost for three years. I havn't had a single hit yet. I'm sure that just like every lure it will work on something, but I havn't found that something yet. The weight tears out after x amount of casts. January 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good bait I did catch a few Flounder with this bait but had other baits I wanted to try also. I would recommend this product.. July 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flattie slayer!! Does well attracting bottom fish in the LI Sound. Fluke love it! (So do the birds). Holds up well to the fluke teeth. June 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by trout finder Really good bait to search out those trout and black drum lurking around stumps, snags, and docks. Also very good to troll with using floats behind the boat. July 30, 2012
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How do I fish this shrimp?

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I fish it as part of a bottom rig as I drift.
You could easily cast and retrieve it like any jig, but you will need light gear.
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Best way I've found is under a float trolling at about 1 mph with trolling motor up a creek off a bay or river. Let the shrimp run about 3 feet deep.
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It works on our weakfish (sea trout) up here in the North East along with a variety of inshore species. It should work on your trout as well.
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No reason why it shouldnt. All three colors are good. If I only had to choose one color I would go for the new penny
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You can swim this bait but twitching really gets the rattles working and attracts the fish.
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It looks like a sinder when you twitch it. Total trash
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Either way this bait will produce.
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