Lunker City™ Fin-S® Shad

   

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Product Color Length Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

1-3/4"

20

Model:
13800

Salt n' Pepper Blue Phantom

Salt n' Pepper Blue Phantom

1-3/4"

20

Model:
01010

Ice Shad

Ice Shad

1-3/4"

20

Model:
11320

Salt n' Pepper Silver Phantom

Salt n' Pepper Silver Phantom

5"

5

Model:
51005

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

5"

5

Model:
53805

AYU

AYU

1-3/4"

20

Model:
12180

Shore Minnow

Shore Minnow

1-3/4"

20

Model:
10195

Alewife

Alewife

5"

5

Model:
50105

Arkansas Shiner

Arkansas Shiner

5"

5

Model:
50605

Albino Shad

Albino Shad

5"

5

Model:
53605

Alewife

Alewife

3-1/4"

10

Model:
30100

Arkansas Shiner

Arkansas Shiner

3-1/4"

10

Model:
30600

Albino Shad

Albino Shad

3-1/4"

10

Model:
33600

Alewife

Alewife

1-3/4"

20

Model:
10010

Arkansas Shiner

Arkansas Shiner

1-3/4"

20

Model:
10600

Salt n' Pepper Silver Phantom

Salt n' Pepper Silver Phantom

1-3/4"

20

Model:
10100

Smelt

Smelt

1-3/4"

20

Model:
11600

Bubble Gum Shad

Bubble Gum Shad

1-3/4"

20

Model:
11470

Silver Pepper Shiner

Silver Pepper Shiner

1-3/4"

20

Model:
13300

Albino Shad

Albino Shad

1-3/4"

20

Model:
13600

Chartreuse Ice

Chartreuse Ice

1-3/4"

20

Model:
15900
Wounded baitfish action triggers monster strikes.

The Fin-S Shad softbait triggers strikes by darting erratically and popping through the surface like a fleeing shad.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lunker city Fin S Shad These amazing lures are one of the best I've ever fished. The crappie can't resist them here in California. I have also caught some nice bass too. Thanks Lunker city March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best jig attachment these little minnow imitations catch as many fish as real minnows. I caught over 1000 crappies last year using these. I have been using these attached to a 32 to 16 ounce jig. they work really well in moving water. June 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Schooling Fish Bait This is one of my favorite baits for throwing when the fish are schooling, add a pinch on weight to get it through the smaller fish at the top and it is simply awesome fishing December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lure Purchased this fin S lure and was the only one catching fish. I had a slab crappie of 13 inches and 10 in her and numerouse 8 inchers. .No other fisherman caught anything. The lure has great action and can not be fished wrong... Thankyou Bass Pro November 13, 2012
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Nose to end of tail or nose to tip of tail?
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The 1 3/4" shad measures that length from nose tip to tail tip (just measured it).
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nose to end of tail
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They are measured from nose to the very end of the tail.
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no hook slot is needed on these as they are mainly used as a jig attachment
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It has one on the top
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I have used the 1 3/4" and 3 1/4" FinS Shad. They do not have a slot in the belly.
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No hook slot, but you do not need one. Slide the hook from the nose, through the middle of the body. Push the hook out through the back about where the dorsal fin would be. Make sure the hook comes out in the middle of the back so it will swim correctly.
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