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Lucky Craft Live Pointer Hardbaits

   

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Original Tennessee Shad

Original Tennessee Shad

3-3/4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
LP95MR-077
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1113893

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A hardbait with a twist! Lifelike motion is created by a jointed double steel wire that runs all the way through the tail segments! The Lucky Craft® Live Pointer is the ultimate hardbait, a minnow with a flexible tail section--combining the flash and movement of a reaction bait with the flowing, lifelike motion of a swim bait. Jointed double steel wire through the tail segments for durability; flexible design also increases holding power after hookset. Unique counterweight balancing, ultra-realistic colors, and dynamic action combine to put more fish in the boat.

Lucky Craft Live Pointer Hardbaits 3.3 5 56 56
Not Bad, but not a Jerk Bait. Despite Lucky Crafts website claiming this is a Jerk bait, IMO it is not. This lure should be treated like a shallow diver or swimbait. Action is pretty decent but not up to par with the Strike Pro America lures which, again, IMO have better action, attention to detail, and fishing adaptability. This bait worked best on 12# line and with a medium slow to medium fast retrieve. The reels tested were my Daiwa Sol and Daiwa HSTA on Falcon Reaction series rods, shallow crankbait, jerk bait special, and T7 All around. She felt best to me with the Sol and Shallow crank rod. My last advice is to ditch the gut treble and to move up a size on the rear treble, or use a small live bait hook if you don't want a treble. February 17, 2008
They do work well Very good action and very realistic color patterns. I only use 3 colors for these lures: MS American Shad, Ghost Minnow, and Bleeding Shad. I've had a few break on me, as the wires connecting the body parts aren't all that durable. And, I've replaced the tail trebles on all of mine with Owner tournament series dressed trebles because the ones they ship with, while very sharp, unravel after about a day of hard fishing. Finally, buy some clear acrylic spray coating and give each a quick spray. The paint on these lures chips very easily. But boy, do these lures catch fish. October 16, 2010
Durability issues I received a Live Pointer minnow for Christmas and was excited to use it this spring. I had used it on one trip in March and caught 5 nice bass, one being about 5 1/2 lbs. The second trip I hooked into a largemouth bass about 3 lbs and the lure broke in half at the boat. I've only caught 8 fish on the lure before the wires in the flexible center broke. I contacted Luckycraft about getting a replacement ( which was 6 weeks ago ) and haven't gotten a response. I'd say this lure is not durable enough for the price they are charging. If Luckycraft replys to me and replaces my lure, I may consider continuing to buy their products, but until then I'm going to find a competitors alternative. May 18, 2006
Tournament Winner My partner and I used this bait to win a Emerald Bass Club Tournament on a natural lake in Oregon. The other guys were locked in on spinnerbaits and jigs. In practice I caught a few on topwater but couldnt get them to the boat. In the tourney we twitched the Live Pointer around the edges of the pads and put 16 lbs in the boat. We did not lose a fish all day. November 25, 2011
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Does this lure break easaly
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I broke one after several days of hard use. I think they are a little prone to breaking but their performance is well worth it.
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No, but just make sure you use a lighter line when you're trying to cast. The lighter line gives you're bait a much better action in the water as you're retrieving back. I recommend about a 10lb. mono for this lure. I've caught about 10-15 Large Mouth Bass so far with this lure. All the Basses weighed around 2-5lbs. Good Luck!
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Nope, very strong and well made.
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After a good amount of fish or a few large fish it can break. Although after mine broke i continued to catch fish on it
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ive used it for the last year...everytime i go out...ive caught northern pike and bass and havent seen any signs of it slowing down! very durable...does have some paint missing from the pike though...but thats always a good thing!!!
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I've used this lure for about two years now and it has been a great lure. I always use it at least once on every trip and have caught numerous fish. In my experience, it has not broke or shown any sign of breaking. This lure might break after some use, but it doesn't break easily.
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Yes, this lure will last awhile if you keep if off the rocks and out of the grass. The design of the body allows the inside steel pieces to bend after its used quite a bit, which of course with the bait being $20, it doesn't seem very attractive.
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