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Gary Yamamoto Shad Shape Worm - 3-3/4''

   

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-3/4"

10

Model:
68L-10-305
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Natural Shad

Natural Shad

3-3/4"

10

Model:
68L-10-306
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  • SKU: 1319943

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Watermelon Black Red Flake

Watermelon Black Red Flake

3-3/4"

10

Model:
68L-10-208
  • $7.79

  • SKU: 1319940

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Blue Pearl Silver Flake

Blue Pearl Silver Flake

3-3/4"

10

Model:
68L-10-031
  • $7.79

  • SKU: 1319937

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Green Pumpkin Black Flake

Green Pumpkin Black Flake

3-3/4"

10

Model:
68L-10-297
  • $7.79

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Gary Yamamoto Shad Shape Worm have been proven on California lunkers, and are quickly becoming a sensation throughout the U.S. Healthy Profile, salt-impregnated, nice smooth-and-even fall rate—the Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits—Shad Shape Worm is the perfect tournament bait.

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BUY SOME! For me, when all else fails, I go to these and catch fish. I have even caught a huge rainbow trout with the Yamamoto d-shape shad. I have found that the Owner hooks with the spiral work the best as the bait lasts for about 8 bass before they are torn apart as opposed to 4-5 fish on regular worm hooks. The darker colors consistently work the best. Buy some and you will NOT be disappointed. September 19, 2014
Many uses fit it... It's a great tiny bait ! Of course it works very well on drop shot rig, but you would miss a lot if you don't try it on mini jigs or for sight fishing : split shot 3/32 oz, nose rigged or wacky rigged on a drop shot gamakatsu hook #4, with 4 lbs line on finesse gear for spooky finicky big bass.... Try it that way ! You'll enjoy catching fish like that... February 10, 2008
Awesome Bait I use this bait on shaky head rigs in rivers in Korea for bass and it has now replaced "regular" worms for most of my fishing. The only issue is that being from Yamamoto, they're very soft and don't last. I feel that it's a small price to pay for getting so many bites. I concur that the smoke color works best (at least for me). September 14, 2007
Excellent soft bait Been using for couple years now and never lets me down. When it's a slow bite and you need to down size and use finesse try the shad shape worm - natural shad....Both smallmouth & largemouth they just seem to like it . just enough salt to make it attractive. I throw every time I am on the water... July 11, 2011
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I throw this on a scrunger and works great. i catch fish on it all the time. But how do i throw it weightless?
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I tie a #2 swivel couple feet ahead of 1/0 owner rigging hook. Keeps line from twisting and at the same time helps the fall just fsat or slow enough..
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Rig it on a 5/0 EWG hook. No weight. Just tie the hook on the line. Heave it out anywhere, esp. in wood, let it fall on slack line. Feel for the "tick" or watch to see the line "swim" off. Reel down to feel it and swing!
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