These STORM® Suspending WildEye® Swimming Shad Softbaits take shad baits to a whole new level! Sporting soft supple bodies, holographic swimmin' flash foil with heavy salt, dead-on swimming actions and realistic looking WildEyes, these specially weighted lures are deadly with slow stop ‘n’ go retrieves. Equipped with a noisy rattle chamber and infused with anise oil, these tremendous lures come per-rigged with sharp hooks and extra bodies. 3 pack.
Note: The 3" have only a treble hook. The 4" have a treble and back hook as shown in image above.
Used this bait last weekend and on the very first cast of the day caught a largemouth. Not a lunker but a nice one by jersey standards. A few minutes later a nice crappie inhaled it. Got a bunch of hits and one I couldn't land so overall I tink the fish were interested. On the downside, I lost the first one on a bad cast so I re-rigged, couldn't seem to get it to run true. Tried tweeking it a bit but didn't get anywhere so I swithched things up. No doubt I will be using it next time out but if I can't get it to run straight I might consider something else.
May 17, 2011
this is a great swimbait. i like the scent and the action.
April 25, 2011
A true suspender that will outfish any other bait at certain times for me. These new versions are much more realistic and durable compared to their counterparts especially in the hook and eyes dept. Freshwater stripers can go off on these things and if you don't have one pinned on you're not going to score the way that you should. Like others have said, fish 'em slow with a straight wind and then vary your retrieve with pauses in-between to mix it up if you're not already bit.
October 31, 2010
Great for Pike
These lures are great for shallow norther pike! They just sit there when you stop it. Pike can't handle that. They have to kill it. I have backups of backups of these in perch and blue shad. Take the treble off if there are a lot of weeds. Clip a big split shot to the lower split ring to get it to sink a bit if you want to change up the action and get it a bit deeper. Only one drawback. If the tail gets bit off, it's useless for the most part. Not a problem with bass and walleye, but is for pike and muskie.
May 19, 2010
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