STORM® WildEye® Live Crappie

   

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Crappie

Crappie

2"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
WLCP02

Crappie

Crappie

3"

5/16 oz.

3

Model:
WLCP03
  • 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'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.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Storm WildEye 2" Crappie I bought my first 3-pack during the post-spawn this summer. I have gone through about 5 packs so far. The realistic look is so incredible. I get very aggressive strikes from largemouth bass when using a slow retrieve with 20-lb test. November 29, 2006
Rated 3 out of 5 crappie i have been using this product all summer and i think ive caught a bluegil and thats it...so if you ask me they arnt all that great but it also depends on where you use them at.......bu they look good and the action is good to.... October 8, 2006
Rated 4 out of 5 by Storm WildEye Crappie This lure is awesome! every pond or lake I've used it in I've caught bass, without exception! I've used both the 2inch and 3inch version, and both just flat out catch fish. The key to this lure however, is you must swim it in front of the bass, to get their attention. And it helps to use an erratic retrieve, with zig-zags to the left and right, or slight pauses. The key is to give it as life-like a presentation as you can. If you just crank it in, you'll still catch fish, but the bites will be slow. Another retrieve worth trying, is to "Yo-yo" the lure by jerking it up, then letting it flutter slowly back down, like a dying fish. The only real draw back to this lure, is that because it's very soft especially the tail, if you're catching fish with it, you'll go through a lot of these lures. The tails don't hold up to a lot abuse, and after 3 or 4 catches, they droop, and don't swim correctly. But it's worth it, if you're catching fish! July 11, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Suggested I have used this same lure several different times and still have caught nothing. This bait doesn't really have a "zing" to it. When i use it, all it does is swim like a regular fish. I guess it doesn't work because big bass see the same fish swimming around the lake all day and this has no uniqueness that stands out to the fish. June 24, 2006
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what is the best size

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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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 - SoCal for now, AK very soon!
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