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Road Runner® Reality Shad Buffet Rig

   

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Length
Weight
Quantity
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Wasabi

Wasabi

3-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
RBB15-030

Sherbert

Sherbert

3-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
RBB15-038

Banana Cream

Banana Cream

3-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
RBB15-080

Sushi

Sushi

3-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
RBB15-141

Nanner Puddin'

Nanner Puddin'

3-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
RBB15-533
  • Rigged and ready
  • Twin servings of shad on every cast
  • 1/8 oz. on bottom (size 1 hook) and 1/16 oz. on top (size 2 hook)
Serve them up right! The Road Runner Reality Shad Buffet Rig allows you to provide those wary lunkers two servings of shad on every cast. Rigged and ready for the ultimate finesse presentation. Features 1/16 oz. and 1/8 oz. Pro 2.0 heads with prism eyes, a scaled pattern, brass willow blades and Daiichi hooks. The Road Runner Reality Shad Buffet Rig positions the 1/8 oz. bait on the bottom (size 1 hook) and 1/16 oz. on top (size 2 hook).
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Road Runner "Go To" Lures I’ve used Road Runners for many years in Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa and Illinois, and have always found them to be a “go to” lure for many species, but especially crappie, bluegill, white bass, largemouth, smallmouth and Kentucky Spotted bass. The Reality Shad is no different. This past summer I blew away all theories about crappie only hitting in deep, cooler water during that time of year. On a day of 95° I was fishing a shallow weed area, with water at the maximum depth of 4 feet. I caught several crappie from 10” to 13 1/2” by using the Sushi colored Reality Shad Road Runner, with a steady retrieve, and occasional short drop. Many times the strike would come immediately after the retrieve was restarted after the drop, or just as the lures initial retrieve started after the cast. Don’t pass up any Road Runner, but definitely don’t pass up the Reality Shad, and if you want to give the fish a double dose of “Reality” try Blakemore’s Road Runner Buffet Rig. November 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shad buffet These rigs are amazing! I live in NY and they work awesome for perch, white bass, smallmouth and large mouth bass. I like to use them on 8 lb braid line. Makes easy to get a hook up on 2 fish at once on a spinning rod July 29, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by It will catch them Basss I guide on a great small lake here in Central Texas Lake Bastrop and this rig has been doing great on the schooling bass. Two at time is so cool. July 29, 2013
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what fish will bite

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You will have just about anything hit, but my main use is for crappie, large bluegill, white bass, and largemouth. Smallmouth and Kentucky Spotted bass can also be possible.
Hope this helps answer your question.
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This usely fished for crappie when trolling. They will also catch bass or bluegill.
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Based upon the size of the lures used I'd say you could catch just about anything - bass, bream, crappie, perch, etc.
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