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D.O.A. Shrimp Lures

   

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Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20304
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149286

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Nite Glow

Nite Glow

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20305
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149287

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Near Clear

Near Clear

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20312
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149288

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Chartreuse Silver Glitter

Chartreuse Silver Glitter

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20318
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149289

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Red Glitter/Chartreuse

Red Glitter/Chartreuse

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20332
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149290

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Clear Red Glitter

Clear Red Glitter

6"

1-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
20368
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 2149291

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New Penny

New Penny

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/404
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1450020

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Chartreuse Silver Glitter

Chartreuse Silver Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/318
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 909163

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Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/304
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 909161

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Nite Glow

Nite Glow

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/305
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 909164

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Pearl Red Head

Pearl Red Head

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/310
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 953605

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Gold Glitter

Gold Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/313
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 909162

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Near Clear

Near Clear

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/312
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1754023

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Clear Red Glitter

Clear Red Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/368
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 909215

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Clear Silver Glitter

Clear Silver Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/314
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 953610

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Glow Copper Crush

Glow Copper Crush

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/324
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1644366

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Pearl Firetail

Pearl Firetail

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/331
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 953615

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Figi Chicken

Figi Chicken

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/441
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1644367

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Rootbeer Chartreuse Tail

Rootbeer Chartreuse Tail

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/351
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 953623

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Holographic

Holographic

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/382
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1442227

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/384
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1442229

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Red Gold Glitter

Red Gold Glitter

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
FSH3-3P/408
  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1644368

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Chartreuse Silver Glitter

Chartreuse Silver Glitter

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/318
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 909168

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Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/304
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 909165

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Nite Glow

Nite Glow

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/305
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 909166

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Pearl Red Head

Pearl Red Head

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/310
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 953633

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Gold Glitter

Gold Glitter

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/313
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 909167

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Near Clear

Near Clear

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/312
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 1754024

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Clear Red Glitter

Clear Red Glitter

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FHS4-3P/368
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 909217

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Clear Silver Glitter

Clear Silver Glitter

4"

1/2 oz.

3

Model:
FSH4-3P/314
  • $8.29

  • SKU: 953637

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A consistent drop rate, realistic swimming action, and downward-facing vibration legs make D.O.A.® Shrimp Lures easily capable of outfishing the real thing. These lures are made of soft plastic and impregnated with farm-grown shrimp to resemble the taste and feel of real shrimp. Excellent for almost every saltwater species, including snook, redfish, flounder, tarpon, ladyfish, jacks, and sheepshead. D.O.A. Shrimp have also proven effective on freshwater trout and bass. Use a slow retrieve for best results.

  • Capable of outfishing live shrimp
  • Excellent for almost every saltwater species
  • Consistent drop rate and realistic swimming action
  • Shrimp-impgregnated
D.O.A. Shrimp Lures 4.6 5 39 39
Still the Best, but pricey I you are going fishing on the flats or near mangroves do yourself a favor and buy a few packs of these before you hit the water. Tackle shops in Florida charge a fortune for these lures near the water. The 3 inch size weighs a 1/4 ounce and has a nice slow sink for shallow water and a smaller presentation. The 4 inch size is listed as a 1/2 ounce and sinks more quickly with a larger profile besides a slightly longer length. Recently I caught some huge reds, many trout, flounder, and a jack on the same 4" shrimp. With a little superglue repair these shrimp will land many fish before finally being destroyed. The TKO shrimp is A LOT cheaper but it is a little stiffer and offers no scent. I like to add an aftermarket scent to these baits to offer a little more attraction, especially in stained water. This Gator trout fell for a 4" rootbeer and gold glitter D.O.A. on the flats. April 26, 2013
Throw away the bait bucket The DOA shrimp is fantastic. I can keep up with live bait guys all day long (except 1). I took me months to learn how to work this lure. Move it slow then stop. I get about 30% of my trout hits when the bait is falling. This month I have been catching flounder - 1 today. I don't have a boat so I bridge fish. This lure works as good as anything out there. In dirty water I use the bright green and natural in clear water. Fish with the tide or across it. In swift water I add a 1/8 or 1/4 bullet weight above my leader. Lots os times I just tie the lure on the line and go. August 24, 2012
Deadly One of the best spec baits I have ever seen. Just plain deadly. Surf fishing off the coast of Louisiana. No one else was having much luck until they switched to this bait. In all my years of fishing, have never seen fish only hit almost exclusively on only one bait and not touch anything else. July 1, 2013
Overrated I've heard good things about DOA shrimp so I decided to do a side by side comparison with Gulp Shrimp. I fished along a bank of the Pamlico Sound that is normally quite productive. For my first pass, I used a Gulp Shrimp bait and had a number of hits and landed several flounder and croaker. I then circled back and fished the same bank using the DOA shrimp on the same rod and didn't get one hit. To make sure I didn't deplete the bank, I circled back and fished the same bank a third time using the Gulp shrimp and again, had numerous hits but netted a few more flounder. I admit this not a thorough test but it was clear that, under those conditions, the Gulp baits were triggering a much better response than was the DOA shrimp. September 9, 2010
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Rigging Backwards?

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I've heard that cutting the tail off and texas rigging these backwards is more effective. Also is it possible to keep tail on, or does that mess up the action? Comments?
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How to Rig a DOA Shrimp Like a Pro, see: http://1source.basspro.com/index.php/component/k2/233-fishing-tackle/2802-how-to-rig-a-doa-shrimp-like-a-pro-blog. Yes, you can cut the tail off:

Tail Hooked - Tail hooking is useful in two situations: 1. after catching numerous fish, the pre-rigged hook usually begins to slip from its head position; 2. if a more aggressive retrieve is necessary, but the horizontal falling motion is still desired. In each of these instances, anglers can chop off the tail fan and thread the artificial shrimp onto the hook tail first with the hook point protruding upward. Baits rigged in this fashion can be freelined, fished beneath a cork or actively retrieved.

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yes, but the best way is cutting off the tail up the bend in the shrimp and rigging on a circle hook
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I would suggest not rigging this type of shrimp imitation backward.

1) this is extremely durable, tough plastic and setting a hook through it, into a fishes mouth, and reaching the outside of the fish's jaw will be very difficult. I have tried...

2) Once you remove the pre-rigged barbed hook it will never go back quite the same. I have had the hook slide out during normal usage and super glue will work for a short time but it will slip out again.

My suggestion, for what it is worth, is to use a larger sized Gulp shrimp. I have used them with a small (worm type) slip sinker. I like a 1/8 or 1/16 ounce tungsten weight for the flats. I have also done well going wihtout a weight using a Gamakatsu "braid" texas rig hook with great success.

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I will be fishing in Pine Island Sound around Cayo Costa in March. What colors do you recommend for trout, redfish and snook?
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Get the Glow. They are deadly day or night.
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A generic answer to a specific question would be this.

In clear water try for a very neutral pattern, like rootbeer.

In stained water or in low light I use a color that offers more contrast. Some people swear by the DOAs with chartreuse tails. I like a lighter color with either silver or gold glitter.

In my opinion a natural pattern is always a safer bet when you are unsure what to select.

Good luck and try to work them pretty slow.
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Best advice would be to match the type of bait that's currently present. If it's a murky day, go with a brighter colored bait, such as one with a chartreuse tail. From personal experience, I've had the best luck with gold, silver, and white colors, but the only way to find out is to fish with them. Best of luck to you!!
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I recently bought a few of the D.O.A Shrimp hoping to catch trout, redfish, and snook with them. I have heard great reviews about them but I can't seem to get anything to bite it. How should I work this lure or what techniques should be used when fishing this?
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Very effective when they are falling. Let them sink. Twitch them up and let them fall again. Perfectly weighted to fall naturally and slow. That's one of hte best things about this bait. It does not drop like a rock, like a bait with a jig head. Hits usually come on the fall.
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Depends where you're fishing but around mangroves you gotta cast in close in there and work it faster than you think you should. On the grass just bounce it on the bottom and the trout will usually hit when its falling
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You must fish this slow and get it to the bottom. try a bullet weight - less is better - I get redfish trout and flounder all the time I only use lures and almost exclusively DOA shrimp
Everything hits it look at the photo even a tiny puffer wanted a bite
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You will have to find where the fish are schooling. Redfish spook very easy and must be quiet getting up to them, casting from as far away as you can. I have used my trolling motor to get in as close as I can, sometimes when getting to an area I know is a favorite spot for them to be. Be patient, as they will come back into the area if there is food there. Then you can hook on.
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It falls very slow and life like. Twitch it up to the surface and let it drop to the bottom. Repeat. Drives fish nuts.
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Painfully slowly. If you think you're fishing it too slow, slow down anyway. You want to mimic a live shrimp creeping along. Fish WILL eat it.
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This is a go-to bait in the gulf coast and Florida used for speckled trout (Specs)
I fished this bait on the Texas coast almost every day for 9 mos... Hail to the King
There's only one way to fish DOA Shrimp.

Cast out far as possible real in slow.. Ridiculously SLOW!

DOA has engineered these baits with an internal weight to keep the shrimp upright when it hit's the water, if you buy another brand shrimp well Don't do that! OK
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How much does the 3" and 4" weight?
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1/4 and 1/2 oz - I thought the 1/2 oz would be easier to get to bottom but it is not. The larger size compensates for the extra weight so the tide keeps it up. I went back to 1/4 oz only
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The 3 inch are 1/4 ounce and the 4 inch 1/2 ounce.
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3 inch weighs 1/4 ounce
4 inch weighs 1/2 ounce
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