Lake Fork Trophy Lures Live Magic Shad
Put this on a swim jig or an Alabama rig and this will do you wonders swims amazing no complaints!
June 29, 2012
These bad boys are swell. Try the 3.5 inch size on a drop shot rig in some current and catch some fish. When I fish for smallies in my local river on a drop shot in some current, these baits do all the work for me - outstanding presentation that has resulted in some hefty smallies. I had to chuckle at some of the previous reviews that stated these baits catch fish all day long, but I won't buy more because they are not durable. I don't care much if they are only good for a few fish if they catch them. People spend upwards to $100 bucks for a single swimbait that may not produce a single fish, and one bad cast - bye bye $100 bucks. Try them, they work!
September 30, 2009
Sometimes you have to sacrifice that tantalizing action that all bass love for a little bit of ripped up baits and a little extra money. These get torn up pretty quick, but the fish love the swimming tail. When the water goes over the bait, the segments of the tail each move a different way so the bait wiggles and wobbles, a sure fish-catcher. These are different from a lot of other swim baits, in that they can be rigged more versatilely. Weightless with a regular offset hook, or with a normal weighted swim bait hook.
December 31, 2008
Excellent soft swim bait
This swimbait was nothing short of amazing. I fished two lakes last year that were extremely clear and difficult to catch fish in. I had 2 fish in by every 7th cast. The bait is MOST effective when using a swimbait top-weighted hook. It was very easy to hook-up and the lures lasted for a while. At least 1 soft bait per 5 fish or so. It is a SOFT lure people. The fish seemed to hold it a bit longer, but it will wear down just like any other soft bait. Overall, a must have. Best ways to fish: moderate retrieve with an occasional jerk to imitate an injured shad. ps. I used pumpkin seed
March 20, 2011