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LIVETARGET® Bluegill Crankbaits

   

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Natural Matte

Natural Matte

2-1/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
BG57M100
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  • SKU: 1641639

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Natural Matte

Natural Matte

2-1/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
BG57S100
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1641640

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Natural Matte

Natural Matte

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
BG70M100
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1641641

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If you think bluegill are fun to catch, just wait until you hook up with a big bass, walleye or other predator fish using the LIVETARGET Bluegill. Few baits can match the lifelike features and dead-on swimming action of the LIVETARGET Bluegill offers. With its realistic markings, scale patterns, raised gill plates and nervous ''don't eat me'' eyes in addition to the aggressive rattle and swimming action, the LIVETARGET Bluegill has all the characteristics a big time bait needs. Plus, with Kopper's strategic internal weight transfer system, the LIVETARGET Bluegill casts like a bullet so you can cover loads of water. Outfitted with premium Daiichi hooks.

Tip: Fasten the LIVETARGET Bluegill directly to the main fishing line or leader material using a clinch or loop knot. Do NOT use a terminal snap, as this may impede the swimming action.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Crankbait!!! I recently bought this crankbait because of the gorgeous paint job that it had. This bait has great action! So far I have caught several lunkers with this bait! Worth every penny! I am definitely sold on Koppers Live Target luers now!!! June 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lure At first I was a little worried because of the price, but as soon as I put it into the water, I caught 4 small mouth bass, and a nice 16 inch large mouth bass. June 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great lure I Have bought 4 of this . I lost the frist one the second one I had to put with the 6.22 lb fish I cought with it so I had to buy two more . I did climb a tree to get one back its the best thing I have in my tackle Box April 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great lure first time using it within a few casts pulled in a nice 5lb bass, it was tremendous fishing all day even in a pond where the bass turn away from almost all lures it was just smack after smack. unfortunatley caught a snag and lost it on my last cast :(. definatley goin to buy more. April 8, 2013
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What size hooks?

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I want to replace these hooks with the Mustad KVD trebles. What sizes are these hooks?
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use two sizes..#6 on the front and #4 on the rear.make the front one red ewg.
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It comes with a really small hooks but I change mine 2 and number 2 kevin van dam triple grip they work well when you get more fish to the boat
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Just need to know because I want to start using the kind of lures. 1 more question: What are some good live baits for large mouth? It would be nice if you would answer this one, but I really need to know the first one.
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Northern largemouth bass LOVE to eat bluegill!!! As far as live bait goes....bass will eat live worms or minnows but I've personally had a lot more luck with the live minnows. Hope this helps!
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yes,all bass eat bluegill. As for the live bait, check with the baitshop nearest the lake you will be fishing. They will have a better idea what bass are hiting on.
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everywhere ive fished for bass from pennsylvania to florida the bass love bluegill
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yes they do get the koppers bluegill greatest lure ive used and even better they come with a metallic bluegill but yu have to buy that in the actual store. trust me get it the action is great. sometimes u swear its a real fish. well i do. live bait wise i use crawfish and nightcrawlers. small crawfish the best put the hook through the tail so the swimming action looks more natural because they swim backwards
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yes, bass do indeed eat bluegill, they love to eat small bluegill.And small bluegills works wonders when catching bass.
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Im pretty much a beginner so i was wondering is this attached directly to line or snap swivels? thanks.
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I always have attached most of my lures to snap swivels, but for me it depends on the size of the bait that you are trying to use. If your lure is under two inches I would tie directly to the lure otherwise I always use the swivels.
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either one will work
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Tie it straight to the line. Don't use a snap swivel on crankbaits! Good luck.
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I used a clip, but make sure that the clip is dead centered. I've also tied directly to the split-ring on the lure. You might have to make a minor adjustment to the lure eye if it tracks left or right. Bend the eye opposite the direction that it is tracking.
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This is the matte finish. Most of the lures come in this finish.
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matte
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Matte
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i have never been much of a crankbait guy since my ponds get alot of algae during summer would this be good for a pond during spring and fall or even winter in maryland A Temperate climate zone with 4 seasons if you arent familiar...im worried about the price but it looks so good it caught my eye at bps the other day...also recommened which setup...line/rod/reel
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This is a very good crank bait ,it will match the forage in your pond but if there is a lot of grass you can expect to get some on it from time to time. Just learn to clean it off while you are cranking it and the erratic action will also cause a strike.
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I like the realism of this bait also. I suspect if your pond has bluegill in it the bass will be totally fooled by the Kopper. I have only used this bait once. A huge snapping turtle inhaled it as it swam by. Needless to say my 12lb line was no match for a 30lb turtle. I use a medium rod (spinning or casting) and line from 8 to 12lbs. I have a small and large bluegill in my box now just waiting for spring. Good luck.
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When it hits bottom and you stop cranking, does it rise quickly like a Bandit crank, or more slowly like a Spro Little John?
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It rises slower then a bandit baits
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its not too fast or slow...depends on line size
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how deep does it dive?

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it looks good but how deep?
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Depending on which one you buy. Three to four or Five to Six feet.
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Check under "Read More" in the lure description. It gives depths for each size.
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