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Rebate Berkley PowerBait Saltwater 3'' Rattle Shrimp Softbaits

   

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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.

Berkley PowerBait Saltwater 3'' Rattle Shrimp Softbaits 4.2 5 10 10
A W S O M E This is a fantastic lure you will catch fish with no problem. speckled trout, and red love it. I bay fished in Galveston 1/25/2009 and couldn't believe how effective it was. And whats nice is you not having to rehook shrimp back on you hook all day. January 28, 2009
nice. i use these while wade fishing in the surf in Galveston TX and they produce good. when going after larger fish i use the Billy bay halo shrimp under a popping cork but these are great for sand trout but will catch anything that feeds on shrimp. i cast out and just twitch and jerk it on the bottom. but i always have the coastal candy or pearl white in my tackle box. January 16, 2011
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
First Use Used this softbait for the first time yesterday in SW Florida and was well rewarded with Ladyfish, Snook, & Trout. Casts far (which was needed in the clear winter water) and holds up great...used one jig on all the fish. Looks like a winner! February 9, 2009
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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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