Livingston Lures® Howeller Dream Master Classic
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- Named for Randy Howell, 2014 Bassmaster Classic® Champ
- Compact shape
- Medium diver
- Patented Electronic Baitfish Sound
- Smart Chip® technology
- Advanced internal rattle
- Wide wobble
- 2-year battery life
- Designed to avoid hang-ups
Livingston Lures' Howeller Dream Master Classic crankbait is the lure that helped Randy Howell win the 2014 Bassmaster Classic in the final round on Alabama's Lake Guntersville. Ideal for targeting medium-depth structures and entering strike zones a shallow diver can't reach, this crankbait has a compact shape with a wide wobble and internal rattle.
The Howeller Dream Master Classic, a medium-diving Pro Series crankbait, creates savage strikes from freshwater game fish with a patented combination of sound technology, visual triggers, and realistic swimming action. Livingston's proprietary EBS (Electronic Baitfish Sound) technology mimics natural baitfish sounds, with the ability to generate more strikes even while completely motionless in the water. Features Smart Chip technology and super-sharp Mustad® hooks. To put it simply, the Howeller is a real bass magnet.Livingston Lures utilizes a proprietary sound chamber technology that calls to fish with an exclusive combination of advanced rattles and internal electronics to create realistic electronic baitfish sounds when activated by water.
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1 out of 5 by muskie70 Don't Bother
I recently used this lure on Lake of the Woods, one of the most highly rated waters in North America. I did really well on smallmouth and walleye, all taken on Rapala crankbaits. I threw the Howeller on several different occassions, and never even had a bump. At $16.00 each, I now wish I had purchased two jointed Rapalas for each Howeller I purchased! Also, when I spend that much on one bait, I don't expect to see tuning directions on the package.
July 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yakenstein Solid Crankbait!
This lure produces. I have landed largemouth and smallmouth bass on this lure. I have this lure in multiple colors. The Tennessee Shad color has been the most productive for me so far. I was fishing this lure in about 15ft of clear water and watched the smallmouth come from the depths and nail it. I was also using this in some branch heavy lumber that was about 6-8 ft down. The lure skipped through the branches pretty well and didn't hang. I managed to pull a 5lb bass out of that set. Hopefully BPS will stock the other colors that are available.
June 30, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by pike9hunter first time
Used the lure on june 22 2014 on a lake in Quebec Canada, that is full of bass, largemouth and smallmouth. On the third cast had a 36" pike follow but would not bite. After about 2 hrs. of trying every hot spot on the lake my total was 2 rock bass and one largemouth. I caught about 10 other bass using rubber worms, surface lures and rattiling crankbaits. The paint is starting to come off the lure around the back end,. I will report back in the fall,.
June 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RHClassicChamp Classic Winning Lure
This lure is the best 7-9 ft. crank bait I have ever used! It has a wide wobble with a lot of torque that vibrates your rod tip much like a bladed jig. It has an internal weight transfer rattle system which helps it cast easily. It also has Livingston's patented Electronic baitfish sound chip, that gives off the actual sound of fleeing baitfish!
I helped in the development stage of this lure and others that will be following the Howeller soon. The final day of the classic was my first time to try the lure since I received it during the event. The Bassmaster.com video footage proves how awesome this bait is! I just wish I had tied it on earlier in the week.
I named the color Guntersville Craw and there will be lots of other fish catching colors as well! I hope this lure will put as many fish in your boat as it did mine! Good luck, God bless! Randy Howell
March 6, 2014
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