LIVETARGET Bluegill Crankbaits
Let's be honest, this thing is friggin expensive. I nearly shed a tear as I pulled it from the box today and tied it on. I knew it would be okay though because there was nothing to get snagged on but moss, but still, $12. This thing casts with the flip of a wrist, it really does. And accurately too. This lure is somewhat snag resistant at times because of the way it hangs when it swims. The action on this thing is great, I got the smallest size and I gotta say I was skeptical because I'm one of those guys who throws the small, non intimidating lures, but this thing seems to call in bass of all sizes and strangely enough, bluegill. All in all worth the money for sure, will be buying more, can't go wrong with this lure.
April 9, 2012
Just came back from a trip to the Chippewa Flowage in Hayward, WI, where this little guy quickly became my go-to crank. Northern loved it, Bass couldnt pass it up, Crappies and Perch thought it was delicous, and I even had a cannibalistic Bluegill or two! The wait transfer system lets you get every inch out of your cast. No matter if i was throwing it on my ultralight setup or my braided line, i could always get this lure right where i wanted it, at least until the tree-gods claimed it for their own. Im going to pick up both running depths in the bluegill and Pumpkin-seed patterns!
May 23, 2010
the first lure i put in the water
If you want the best lure out there, the most realistic, and are a TRUE fisherman...You need all the Live Target lures they make. I have been a fisherman for the past 25 years and a loyal Live Target fan for the past year. I have never caught so many big fish in my life from Large and small mouth, as well as Walleye. If I could choose one lure to use the rest of my life....it would be a live target!!!!
December 21, 2010
This is the most life like crankbait I own, and works great. It runs true, has sharp hooks, and a realistic 3-D finish. It has a tight wiggle, and was the most productive crankbait I used this fall. I can't wait to use it in the spring.
December 7, 2009