Gene Larew Sweet Swimmer Swimbaits

   

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Length
Quantity
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Bright Pearl

Bright Pearl

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS291-10

Gray Ghost

Gray Ghost

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS225-10

Monkey Milk

Monkey Milk

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS203-10

Threadfin Shad

Threadfin Shad

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS191-10

Alabama Shad

Alabama Shad

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS290-10

Dream Shad

Dream Shad

3-1/2"

10

Model:
SS303-10

Fish them on an umbrella rig, drop shot, or jighead. Anyway you fish them, the Gene Larew® Sweet Swimmers are…well, sweet! Realistic baitfish colors are strikingly lifelike. Each is doused in a special scent enhanced lubricant that prompts strikes while keeping the baits soft and supple. So they swim like they’re supposed to—even at the slowest speeds.

  • Bathed in Larew Sweet Oil
  • Scent enhanced lubricant keeps them soft and supple
  • Realistic baitfish colors
Gene Larew Sweet Swimmer Swimbaits 5 5 3 3
really good plastic I bought a pack to try, and they caught so many specks that we used up the whole pack in two days. now I can't find the threadfin shad color. July 25, 2014
Very Good Swimbait This Larew product is a good option when larger swimbaits are not generating strikes. Used with a jighead with exposed hook seems to match the size of most of the bait fish present in the Tenn. river lakes, ie the Big G, Wheeler, Wilson, and Pickwick. The tail action is constant either falling or while retrieving. Expect to get hung up and lose a few jigheads around wood and rock piles but most strikes actually occur on the initial fall. Solid finesse swimbait that can produce a quick limit when needed during your weekend club events. May 9, 2013
Great! The bass where I fish love the Gray Ghost!! It last a long time, unless they bite the tail off. The length is good, just hook through the head and cast! I just bought 5 more packs to fish with!! July 9, 2012
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fishing in shallow water for specks you need to use the lightest you can. for instance a 3/0 with a 0ne eighth head.
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Good morning

I've had success rigging to a 1/4 oz 3/0 hook jighead. The 1/8 oz on a baitcaster with 14-15 lb FC doesn't get the distance when compared to the 1/4 oz size. In my pool, the fall rate appears just right, not fast not slow. Becasue the bottom or belly is tapered, its rather difficult to use a weighted belly hook but it can be done, I just prefer the jighead with exposed hook , I can can get more action and flexibility of use with it.

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I use Bass Pro Octopus Red hooks. The points do not dull.
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A 3 or 4 size jig hook is fine with 3.5" long lure.
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