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LIVETARGET Pumpkinseed Crankbaits

   

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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:
PS57S100
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  • SKU: 1641734

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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:
PS70M100
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1641735

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Natural Matte

Natural Matte

2-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
PS70S100
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1641736

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The flat-sided LIVETARGET® Pumpkinseed crank is so lifelike and realistic looking that real live pumpkinseed sunfish may actually try to school or spawn with it. Deadly for bass, pike, walleye and most musky, the LIVETARGET® Pumpkinseed is designed to mimic a fleeing sunfish with the same moderate wiggle and swimming action, pulse and vibration as found in nature. If Pumpkinseed’s authentic swimming action does not trigger fish target in and drop the hammer, the realistic markings, scale patterns, raised gill plates and eyes certainly will. Plus, with a strategic internal weight transfer system, the LIVETARGET® Pumpkinseed casts like a bullet so you can cover loads of water. Premium Daiichi hooks give the lip holding strength anglers will need.

Model PS57S: 2-1/4''; 1/4 oz; Dives 3'-4'.
Model PS57M: 2-1/4''; 1/4 oz.; Dives 5'-6'.
Model PS70S: 2-3/4''; 1/2 oz.; Dives 3'-4'.
Model PS70M: 2-3/4''; 1/2 oz.; Dives 5'-6'.

Tip: Fasten the LIVETARGET® Pumpkinseed 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.

LIVETARGET Pumpkinseed Crankbaits 4.8 5 14 14
Amazing & Lifelike Have a bunch of these. Tremendous luck catching bass/walleye/bluegills/pumpkinseeds/ northen pike. Slow retreive worked best for me. Easy to tell when weeds are on. Biggest fish caught was a 54 inch 13lb gar pike. surprse to catch the gar while trolling. a great lure. expensive but worth it. February 28, 2014
Catch fish These things catch fish... Ran parallel to the shoreline, cast at the shoreline and swim so well I have even trolled them. All sorts of retrieves can produce all sorts of fish. January 9, 2013
Every box should have a few These are just the ticket sometimes and if the bite is on at all they will produce from about 8ft. in to 1ft. . Deeper to about 4 feet the shad is better most of the time . I have better luck with the blue gill bait in clear water but I feel these are a little better in muddy to stained waters . Just an observation of mine is that when you get a hook up it will be more often than not deep in the mouth . Pretty impressive characteristic that many other hardbaits can truthfully claim at least per my experience with crankbaits other than lipless baits where excallibers really draw the deep strikes too . Well good luck and keep on cranking. March 20, 2011
so Life Like! This crankbait looks so life like. It has sharp hooks, rattles, a nice wiggle, and runs true. Its not just a good looking lure. It also catches bass. Considering that a custom hand painted bait would cost a lot more. It is also a good value. I will absoulty buy more Koppers products. November 11, 2009
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I love the live target lures and plan to stay with them. I just want to help me succes with landing the BIG ONE.
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i prefer to use the matte. For me it looks more realistic
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I would used the glossy in stained or discolored waters and use the natural matte in the clear waters both catch bass equally well when used in the right water system.
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Both of them will catch fish, however keep in mind that the matte finish will chip off more easily and get worn off fast if you're trolling. I would go for the matte finish if you're not trolling and the glossy finish if you're going to be trolling for long periods of time. I personally feel like the natural matte works better because it seems more natural but I've had success on both finishes for bass fishing.
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The matte finish,for bass for sure the matte finish to me looks more life like in the water.
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I like to use the glossy in clear waters and the matte in stained to muddy waters . The flash in the glossy will help to attract attention and also help to mask any unrealness that the bait has in comparison to the real thing . In muddy waters the dule paint jobs will show up better believe it or not by not reflecting what little light there is to quickly . I would not be stubburn to these conclusions though because at time s either will work in both water types . Hope that helps out in some way .
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Either one will work, but will have different applications while fishing. I use the small one to run parallel to the banks and the bigger for casting perpendicular to shore and retrieving into an open area.
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1/2 oz is what I use ,It casts much further and still floats ,its still quite small for 1/2 oz.
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1/4 ounce...for me
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I used the 1/2 oz.
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Go hafe ounce I used it and still caught 6 1 lb. on it you dont lose #'s like you would think on the bigger lure.
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I don't know about others but I use 1/2 oz. because I like bigger baits because I will trade off the more #'s of fish for the larger fish every time but I'm not a tournament fisherman anymore . I have had success with both though when others go with me . The shad baits are better by far out in the deep in to about 3ft. But these baits do draw the strikes in 8ft. to 1ft. and have had a few times when they were exactly what the fish wanted . Nearly all hookups you get are deep in the mouth and that is a very high praise that you can't claim to too many hardbaits . My experience with Hard baits is most hookups overall are not deep in the mouth but as I said these will more often than not . They are must have baits for all crankbait fisherman. Good Luck and tight lines .
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1/2 oz. is going to cast farther and feel better in the water...1/4 matches the hatch a little better...I like both sizes for all situations
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3/8 or 1/2 oz
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