Separate body sections joined by tough, thin strips
True multi-jointed swimming motion
Garlic- and salt-impregnated
Fine scale detail
Top slit plus belly channel
The Live Magic Shad from Lake Fork Trophy Lures is the ultimate live-action swimbait! Made from soft plastic and impregnated with garlic, the technically advanced design of the Live Magic Shad mimics the swimming motion of a fleeing baitfish when retrieved. No matter how the Magic Shad is rigged, weightless, Texas, Carolina, drop shot, wacky, nail or on a jighead, the Live Magic Shad draw thunderous strikes no matter their mood.
Rated 5 out of 5 by castahaulic a must have lure
This is the absoulute best lure ever. I caught my biggest and most bass on it. it is easy to use and catches good fish within 3 casts. Lake fork knocked this out of the park.
January 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ripslips Awesome
Combine these with a chatter bait and the bass cant resist!
April 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Not For Me
Like the Lake Fork Baby Creature I have not been impressed with this bait at all the tail doesn’t have as much action as I thought it would have being a jointed tail although it does have more action than most other plastic shad type baits, I just don’t seem to catch fish on them as well as I do on the Yum Houdini Shad, another of Lake Fork Trophy Lures that is not for me
December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lunkerlad1 awesome swimbait
This swimbait has produced mutiple largemouth bass for me. It seems they just love the way it runs in the water. I have noticed when the bass are really biting this bait was brought me in 4 and 5 pounders here in Georgia. I love this bait and it is always in my tacklebox. The fish you catch are worth the price.
October 18, 2012
Buy em! I rig it on the 1/4 oz scrounger head the most. But if your in grass use the lake fork hooks. The 3.5 uses a 3/0 the 4.5 uses a 5/0 the 5.5 uses a 7/0 and the giant 8 uses a 10/0. Hope this helps
Hi,, I use the owner twist lock swimbait hooks in 3/0 and an eight of an oz weight. These are for the 3.5" and for the 4.5" use the 4/0 size hook. you cant fish these wrong.. Use bait casting or spinning.
It depends on which size bait you are talking about and what species you are targeting. I use 3/0 or 5/0 weighted swimbait hooks, mostly 5/0 because I fish primarily for largemouth... and as their name implies they can easily take a 5/0 wide gap hook. If you want to fish for multiple species, use the 3/0.
They don't in the package. But a swimbait hook that has a bottom mounted weight is the absolute BEST to use with this lure. The Gamakatsu swim bait hooks are the best to use with this lure. Just pick your size.
certain ones do. ive bought packs of 1 before they come pre rigged, or you can buy a pack of five shads, and go to the hook section and lake fork made a hook weighted at the bottom of the hook made just for the magic shad.
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