LIVETARGET Bluegill Rattlebaits

   

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Natural Matte

Natural Matte

2-9/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
BGV65SK100
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1846024

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Metallic Gloss

Metallic Gloss

2-9/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
BGV65SK102
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1846025

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A natural color for the proven rattlebait shaped lure. The LIVETARGET® Bluegill Rattlebait runs at any depth; bass love'em! Amazing detail and loud stimulating rattles.

  • Natural color
  • Rattlebait shaped lure
  • Runs at any depth
  • Amazing detail
LIVETARGET Bluegill Rattlebaits 4.3 5 9 9
a better rattle trap this lure works I saw a friend have it and he was killing it fish after fish. so I had to get one it works like a champ. only thing is the trebles hook to the side of lure at times that is the only complaint. June 30, 2014
Will Catch Fish! Realistic looking rattlebait that will catch many species of fish. Very durable lure, however it seems to snag a lot compared to other rattlebaits. Pricey, but will catch fish. December 5, 2013
good purchase the livetarget rattlebaits work amazing.they catch fish when other lures are not working.much better than any of the other rattle baits I have used.The only problem I have with them is the durability.After catching fifteen bass,the largest being eight pounds,the lure split down the middle at the forward hook eye.I tried to super glue the two halves back together but the next fish tore the front hook out of the plug.This will not stop me from buying and using the lure again,it works that well.I hope the manufacture will read this and possibly solve this problem. June 3, 2013
it was a gift I bought this as a gift for a fishing buddy he is scared to us it, he thinks a northern pike is going to rip it off his line. it looks very real. I had a hard time giveing it to him I thought it looked nice in my tackel box August 28, 2012
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I might try a worm weight slipped on the front.
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by lowering and raising your rod and varying your retrieval speed.
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This is a sinking bait. Just let it sink to your desired depth and reel it in.
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