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Popular among many tournament-proven crappie anglers, Bobby Garland's Baby Shad are well-known for consistently turning slow slab days into memorable ones. These legendary soft plastic baits are durable and feature a plump profile body that tapers to a flapping, spear-shaped tail that creates loads of enticing, dancing action. Length: 2''. 18 pack.
Popular among many tournament-proven crappie anglers
Just started crappie fishing pretty heavy. A friend gave me some bobby garland baby shads in electric chicken. Didn't take long to get me hooked. I was catching fish while others watching weren't catching anything. Great product. Would recommend to anyone.
December 8, 2009
Gotta tryem !
I've crappie fished for over 25 years and have recently been using the 2" baby shad by Bobby Garland and love them. They cast great and have super action without a bulky profile. If you turn them on their side when rigging, it will actually slow the fall rate down and give a wounded fish darting action. I've caught Walleye, white bass and even catfish with them and they last a long time.. Givem a try and hang on!
November 23, 2009
Awesome crappie bait
You look at these baits and you feel like they won't produce because they won't have any action. That was my initial impression by just looking at them. Boy was I wrong. Tie this onto an ultra-light rod with light line and just dangle it in the water in front of you. The tail quivers non-stop. The ice-shad color is lethal here in Va waters. I use these and the Berkley fish fry as my go-to crappie lures.
November 6, 2009
The color greatly depends on the water your fishing. Could have different results on different lakes or different days. Electric chicken is famous, and I've had great results on the darker colors with the more realistic black,red, silvers.
try to use a light jig head like a 1/16oz or even a 1/32oz cuz the lighter the bait the more time it will spend fluttering down to the botton which is when you will get the most bites. try around shallow structure like fallen trees jerking it by. Tight Lines
no they dont come in kits. they come in packs of 18 but to make a kit just get some 1/32 or 1/16oz jigheads. with these things color of the head doesnt matter so you can get away with plain jane bass pro ones
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