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Luck-E-Strike Bass Magic Swimbaits

   

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Natural Perch

Natural Perch

3-1/2"

7

Model:
BM35-2-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1441506

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Natural Shad

Natural Shad

3-1/2"

7

Model:
BM35-4-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1441508

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Black Diamond

Black Diamond

3-1/2"

7

Model:
BM35-6-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1441510

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Golden Shad

Golden Shad

3-1/2"

7

Model:
BM35-7-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1441511

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Moccasin

Moccasin

3-1/2"

8

Model:
BM35-9-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1543493

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Watermelon Shad

Watermelon Shad

3-1/2"

7

Model:
BM35-13-7
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1543497

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Luck "E" Strike Bass Magic Swimbaits are affordable hollow-bodied swimbaits that feature lifelike paint schemes, a water-churning paddle tail, and five sizes to tempt any bass' appetite.

  • Lifelike paint schemes
  • Paddle tail
  • Hollow body
Luck-E-Strike Bass Magic Swimbaits 4.1 5 101 101
Thanks Mike... On a day when none of the usual stuff was working my friend Mike introduced me to this great little swimbait. We didn't catch any monsters but we sure did put a hurtin' on the little guys. Thanks Mike. February 4, 2009
smoked em i've fished these in the 4.5 and 5.5 before with no sucess. but found a winning combo with the 3.5 matched with luck"e"strike 3/16 swim bait hooks. the hooks look small compared to the owner beast hooks and other swim bait hooks i've been told to use but i haven't lost a fish yet. make a sweeping hook set like u would do with a spinner bait or crank bait and its money in the bank. favorite colors are green pumpkin in clear water and natural perch in stained. grass bed fish cant resist them. only draw back is the durability of the bait. if they could produce a hard nose version that would be perfect. August 10, 2011
cheap but good i buy a bunch of swimbaits that look all fancy, and cost a lot, but this bait proves all expensive swimbaits wrong, it outfishes them! i used this today with a luck e strike swimbait hook and nailed this fish, i also had another one grab it, but it got off, these are very durable and i like luck e strike baits. July 21, 2010
good swimbait as long as you hook this swimbait right it will last a couple fish. when nothin was biting i tried this and caught a 4lbr off a bed. what a ferocious strike! June 22, 2010
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For the 3.5" version, I'm using a Gamakatsu 4/0 swimbait hook. Works great.
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I use a 1/4 oz. jig head for the 3.5". These seem to have the correct hook size.
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on the five inch i use a bass magic hook on no 5 to 6 weights vary when i fish it i feel a tap the slack in the line that is when i sit the hook
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I feel you need to match the size of the hook to size of the bait. I prefer the 3/0 for the 3.5" and the 5/0 for the 4.5". Just remember - a hook that is too big will effect the tail action of this bait.
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I use a 4/0 lightly weighted and with a screw lock. I shopped around and found a 3 pack that came with a pair of hooks.
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i use a 3/0 swimbait hook.
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The best hook to use would be the size 5/0 Gamakatsu EWG weighted worm hook. if not you could try one of lazer sharps size 3/0 swimbait hooks with the screw in. These hooks are what i use for it.
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Usually the 2/0 or 3/0. It has been my experince that whatever the size the bait, thats the size hook to use. So if the bait is 4 inches than a 4/0 hook would work great. If the bait is 7 inches than a 7/0. If you are in between you can go a size higher.
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2.5 inch = 3/0 weighted Gamakatsu in 1/16 oz or 1/8 oz..

3.5 inch = 4/0

4.5 inch = 5/0

5.5 = 6/0

Adjust hook weights to depth you are fishing. Good Luck.
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I fish Clearlake a lot and like a 7'6" heavy action rod . My favorite is an old BPS fiberglass flippin stick I bought in the 80's with an ambasador 5000
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personally any size i even throw the 5.5 on spinning tackle with 10lb line on a 5ft rod but i generally use a six foot medium action rod you want SOME FLEX IN IT so it will go farther.
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I use a 6' 6" MH (Medium Heavy) ugly stick for that king of applications. Good luck.
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what you have is what you have. i would not use a light rod but maybe medium heavy. That is what i used for the 5.5 inch swimbait.
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I use a 7' MH Fast action rod with 17lb test line when fishing around heavy cover but in open water I like to use a 7' M Slow action rod with 12lb test line. Good luck!
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I like to fish this swimbait on a 7' MH Fast action rod with 17lb test and when the bite is slow I use a 7' M Soft action rod with 12lb test. Good luck!
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I use the 5.5 inch swimbaits often, and I use a medium/heavy rod, with 14 lbs line. But depending on where your fishing, a medium rod with 12 lbs line, would work well.
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Is the belly of this lure hollow?
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Yes, its hollow.
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This is a hollow body bait.
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yes it does
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I would say more a hollow back the belly skin is thicker then the back skin
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Yes. I like to fish this swimbait on a 1/8oz 4/0 BPS Vertical Drop Hook. Good luck!
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Yes. I like to rig this hollow swimbait on a BPS Vertical Drop hook. I use the 4/0, 1/8 oz, red hook. Good luck!
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