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LIVETARGET® Golden Shiner

   

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Silver Bronze

Silver Bronze

2-7/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
GS70SK205

Silver Blue

Silver Blue

2-7/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
GS70SK201

Silver Black

Silver Black

2-7/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
GS70SK202

Gold Black

Gold Black

2-7/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
GS70SK208
  • Ultimate lipless rattling crankbait
  • Profile and anatomical details of a juvenile shad
  • Sinks like a stone to imitate a fleeing baitfish
  • Premium Daiichi® hooks   
The ultimate lipless rattling crankbait, the LIVETARGET® Golden Shiner offers the lifelike profile and anatomical details of a juvenile shad along with enough rattle and vibration attracts predatory fish from great distances. Designed to sink like a stone and imitate a fleeing Golden Shiner with the same tight wiggle swimming action, pulse and heavy vibration as found in nature. Outfitted with premium Daiichi® hooks.

Tip: Fasten the LIVETARGET® Golden Shiner 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 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome Best rattle bait I have used. I highly recommend this lure. April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Lure This lure is a great imitation of the real thing, I would recommend tis to any fisherman. March 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Crankbait!!! I'm not one for spending ten dollars or more on a lipless crankbait, especially when Strike King has $5 models that are deadly, but when I saw the detail on these, I had to try one. It's got a fast sink rate and a very tight wobble, and it takes all I've got on a 7:3 burner to keep it above the grass along the channel leading to the spawning coves on my secret spot, but this lure is magic and will pull twenty fish out of a school before they get used to it. Super sharp. smaller hooks are nice, too. I've got the silver blue and have taken well over 100 bass in three outings on this crank. Worth every cent. March 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by incredible lure just back from lake mead....used this lure and we caught 140 stripers and 42 large mouth bass in three days....outfished my boatmates with this lure and so we just ordered 8 more in various colors! October 21, 2011
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is this or is a rat-l-trap better?
is this or is a strike king red eye shad better?
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Hands down. It beats them all.
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Blows Rapala and Rat-L-Trap away, though it's pricey. The Redeye Shad is still my favorite. It has a wider wobble and is better performing on a variety of retrieves, and it comes in a huge array of colors. See my post on the lavender shad color---I popped a 9lb, 4oz beast on that color two days ago. Also, you can't beat the price, even though the paint tends to fleck with use and the hooks dull quickly, especially when you don't take time to dry them when changing lures.
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this is much better more realistic colors
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The Strike King red eye shad is the best lipless crankbait for your money.
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IMO it doesn't hurt to have one of each. I know for a fact the Koppers lure works for ice fishing with the rear treble hook removed when "jerking" for pike.
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Be honest with you. I cannot say enough about XCalibur Xr50, Xr75 or Xr100 in either rattle version or 1Knocker. Big fish catching machine. For the price, you will be pleased. I heard good thing about Strike Kind Red Eye but comes to the paint finish after catch. XCalibur holds up better abuse.
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If you mean extra hooks, then no. They come with smaller trebles, which was initially a concern for me, but not any more. They're extremely sharp and don't dull quickly.
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Yes they do come with two treble hooks attached.
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Yes, and seem to very good treble hooks.
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Yes they do. All the Koppers lures come with hooks.
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