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STORM WildEye Live Crappie

   

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Crappie

Crappie

2"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
WLCP02
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1211631

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Crappie

Crappie

3"

3/8 oz.

3

Model:
WLCP03
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 1211632

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STORM®'s WildEye® Live Crappie is pre-rigged with a premium VMC® needle-point hook and treble belly hook. The realistic crappie color pattern and body shape makes this lure irresistible and perfect for clear-water presentations. Three pack.

  • Natural color patterns
  • Holographic WildEye
  • Rigged with a superior VMC needle-point hook and treble belly hook
  • Lifelike swimming action
  • Holographic swimmin' flash foil
  • Strong soft body with internal lead head
STORM WildEye Live Crappie 4.4 5 58 58
Just as good as live bait My daughter and I went to a small lake in a sub-division in Oswego,IL. There were a couple of people fishing but with live bait and they were catching bass. I placed this bait on and fish on! This bait is easy to use and comes in handy at these small lakes. That's how we do it on the big jobs Cleatus! July 29, 2009
Remove Treble Hook This lure has a great action and has a realistic crappie shape and color pattern. It is a good producer in areas that crappie are present and has landed some good sized largemouth for me. It cast well but I remove the lower treble hook and have had a lot less snags and it has not affected my catch ratio. It works really well in or near cover and removing that treble hook will let you run this bait in places the lunkers hide. December 31, 2007
Great on the Golf Course I have a condo on a Golf Course in Panama City Beach with several lakes. I got in late one night and grabbed my rod which had the Storm’s WildEye Live Sunfish tied on and caught this bass on the very first cast. The next day I was catching them about every third cast. Great lure for the money. February 8, 2011
Effective Got out two days ago to try this swimbait out. Very natural looking and acting. Caught several small bass and a couple of real chunker bluegills with it. Missed several other hits. Looks like a keeper so far. Very good value also. March 24, 2012
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what is the best size

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I mostly use the 2" ones with an Arke spinner on the front, but, sometimes only the 3" ones will work. You need both.
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They only come in two sizes 2" and 3", so i would choose either one.
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Depends on the waters...I like the bigger of the two though...it catches bigger fish.
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2 inch works fo me.
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dont matter but i like the 3"
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2" 1/4-Oz
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The two inch size has been the most productive at my local pond
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if you're referring to the storm suspenders, i'd carry them in all sizes from 3in to at least 5in. they do make 6 and possibly 7in versions that would work equally well even in freshwater depending on the species. my suggestion is to try to match to the best of your abilities the size and color to a certain extent of the baitfish that are in your area. hope this helps
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