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Lucky Craft Sammy Topwater Lures

   

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Pearl Threadfin Shad

Pearl Threadfin Shad

3-1/4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM85-183
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1846016

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Chrome

Chrome

4-1/2"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM115-074
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1846020

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Pearl Threadfin Shad

Pearl Threadfin Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-183
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1846027

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Chrome

Chrome

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-074
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856368

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM65-250
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1113850

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MS American Shad

MS American Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM65-270
  • $16.99

  • SKU: 1113855

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Ghost Minnow

Ghost Minnow

3-1/4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM85-238
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 898273

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Aurora Black

Aurora Black

3-1/4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM85-052
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 898271

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Pearl Ayu

Pearl Ayu

3-1/4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM85-268
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 951313

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MS American Shad

MS American Shad

3-1/4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM85-270
  • $16.99

  • SKU: 898278

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Sexy Chartreuse Shad

Sexy Chartreuse Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-172
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1642677

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MS Gunmetal Shad

MS Gunmetal Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-151
  • $16.99

  • SKU: 1642679

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Ghost Blue Shad

Ghost Blue Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-237
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856364

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Ghost Minnow

Ghost Minnow

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-238
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856365

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-250
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856369

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Aurora Black

Aurora Black

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-052
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856353

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MS American Shad

MS American Shad

4"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM100-270
  • $16.99

  • SKU: 898282

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Sexy Chartreuse Shad

Sexy Chartreuse Shad

4-1/2"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM115-172
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1642680

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Ghost Blue Shad

Ghost Blue Shad

4-1/2"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM115-237
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856372

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Ghost Minnow

Ghost Minnow

4-1/2"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM115-238
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856373

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Aurora Black

Aurora Black

4-1/2"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
SM115-052
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 856371

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Lucky Craft® Sammy Topwater Lures are still the hottest lures going! Top-quality construction with ultra-realistic finishes. A superb "walk the dog" topwater with the water-spitting action of a popper. Glass rattles really call 'em in. Casts long; hits the water without diving.

Model 65: 2-1/2"; 7/32 oz.
Model 85: 3-1/4"; 7/16 oz.
Model 100: 4"; 1/2 oz.
Model 115: 4-1/2"; 5/8 oz.

Lucky Craft Sammy Topwater Lures 4.6 5 64 64
My first experience I usually have only ever fished for bass. I'm starting to do more inshore fishing from my kayak but mainly all my experience comes from bass fishing. Until this lure, I had always used either spinner baits or plastic worms. Needless to say I'm a complete beginner when it comes to top water plugs. This lure smashed the learning curve for me and performed amazingly the first time I used it. Sure watching a video and reading up on 'walking the dog' helped me understand the concept but it just seemed way to easy with this lure. If you never fish topwater and always use plastics I recommend you buy this lure and just try it out. It has completely changed the way I will fish for bass and it will probably do the same for you. I plan on trying all the colors/sizes but my first lure is the Sammy 100 Ghost Minnow. It seems to be doing the trick so far! March 25, 2009
KILLER TOPWATER! This bait should be renamed "SLAMMY" 'cuz that is what it does to any fish that gets too close for a meal. The drop tail is innocent looking, but a slight rod tip or wind movement dances that bait in front of a fish. Hungry or not, it will get eaten! The drooping tail assures a deep hookset where you don't wait to feel the fish. You need to snatch and grab it! I fish the #37(115) or #50(100) to match the bait. I believe the glass rattles make this bait complete. You can tease a fish with subtle motion or snatch it to cause a slight wake. Big fish are always watching it! The LC series are pricey but extremely durable and well designed.-------and well worth the cost. August 22, 2011
The Best Lucky Craft makes high dollar lures and the sammy is worth the money. Fish can't resist the size 100 american shad and ghost blue shad. You could probably try beating the fish off with a paddle and it probably wouldn't do you any good! You can cast them a mile which is good for open water and schooling fish. Thanks to Lucky Craft I have a lure I can use to out fish everyone else in our crew when we fish in the moring! June 18, 2009
Good not Great This bait will catch fish thats why I gave it a four. But it doesn't have the best swimming action and isn't noisy like they claim. All in all you can get the same results out of the Zara or Spit n image for less money. August 21, 2009
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What is the best color

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there are only sunfish in my lake and i have used the same type lure with great success but i dont know which color to use
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blue aurora... works great but they will probably really bite any color
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You would want to use the color closest to the color of the lure you have the great success with.
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Love to fish Sammys on T-Rock. Best colors for me have been American Shad and I like the new Crack that came out last year when there is less sunlight.
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I've fished all over the US and found that every "local" thinks his lake tends to prefer
a color he had the most success with.

I would use this pattern consistently where
ever I fished. I would use:
Bright colors in stained to murky water.
Natural colors in clear water, high sunshine
Black or dark colors toward evening.
Match the bottom color
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I fish a lake filled with 2-5 pound stripers and largemouth. I was wondering what size would be best?
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i dont know what number size it is but the 4 inch is perfect i have cought one pound largies to 10lb stripers on the same lure so id go with the 4 inch
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Bass will hit any of them.... I will throw a 100 most but i will throw a 115 or an 85 and you really have to try to figure out which one they are going to eat the best that day...
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What ever size they will hit. I'd Buy a (115)
first and then a (100). Try each in a day of fishing.
I catch more on the larger (115).
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100 series works really well
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you'll be fine with either the 100 or the 85.
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100.
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Don't know about Stippers but for large mouth I use both the 85 and 100. I am always surprised, small and large fish hit both.
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100 all day long in a white or silver color
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Sammy 100 is the best overall size. The 115 is even bigger, but I don't get the number of hits that I do with the 100.
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The 100 wouldent be too big. I throw the size 85 alot and have caught 4lb fish on them. So really either size will work great!!!
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What is the best size of sammy for all kinds of bass
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love the new 65 for stream smallies. walks better than the 85 in my opinion and the 100 doesn't draw nearly as many hits in the small rivers I usually fish.
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The size HAS to be based on forage size.
If not, then the larger the bait (115), the larger but fewer fish; the smaller the bait
(100), the smaller but more fish you catch.

Like anything else, this is just a rule of thumb. In winter, large baits can shut down catches.
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The 100 series seems to do the best
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i fish the sammy alot and the sammy 100 will do the job on all bass belive it or not ive even hit rock bass and large blue gill on it..unintentional of course but surprising
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For all kinds, use an 85. Exclude smallies, and the 100 is better.
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I've fished the 85 to the 115. Depends on the size of the bait. I have caught large and small bass on both. If I had to pick just one, I'd go with the 100 because of overall performance and the fact that I can cast it a mile.
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100
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Size 85
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I haven't fish anything but the size 100 sammy and i probably won't, i can cast it a mile and i have caught everything from small size bass ( even perch ) to large bass. I tend to only fish top water early in the morning but I decide to pitch a sammy between two trees with lots of cover late in the morning and nearly got my arm broke by a bass.
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Sammy vs. Gunfish

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What is the difference between Sammy and Gunfish? They do the same thing right?
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Yes, both are topwaters. Sammy will sit a little more "nose-up" on a pause. Gunfish is thinner and throws a bit more water, and has a more pronounced side-to-side action than the Sammy (and is easier to fish for beginners). Both work great.
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Personally, I think the Sammy is easier to fish. The Gunfish takes some time and fish to learn how to use. You really need to let the fish tell you how they want the Gunfish. I have caught tons of bass on the Sammy.
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The sammy is a walk the dog bait. The gunfish is a popper style bait with the walk the dog feature. Basically they are very close to being the same but the gunfish spits water just like a popper.
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sammy has a tighter wobble and light splash whereas gunfish has a wider wobble and bigger splash... both are great walk the dog baits.... tight lines :)
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I love to add tailhooks to my baits.-----At least it makes me feel that I have one more
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I do. Owner Tournament Trailer in White Flash on the MS Shad model. Deadly.
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nope i fish it just like it is on anywhere from Robinson to Hartwell and Clarks Hill its awesome
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YES thats a great investment especially for a lucky craft. They work great on any lure just about!!!
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i would prefer it for all of my topwater baits actually... looks more appealing if you ask me... i've had good results with black feathered trebles too... looks more like a baitfish :) sammys from the factory don't come with feathered trebles but the 3" gunfish does and it's perfect for schooling fish! tight lines!
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