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STORM WildEye Live Walleye

   

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Walleye

Walleye

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
WLWE03
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 1211574

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Walleye

Walleye

4"

3/8 oz.

3

Model:
WLWE04
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1211575

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

  • 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 Walleye 4.4 5 15 15
Nice Swimbait I have been using this swimbait for spring Pike. It was very effective and caused many pike to follow up to the boat. The water was still very cold (40's) so the pike are not aggressive. I had better luck on a suspending jerkbait. Once the water is a little warmer this will be a Deadly bait. I did however catch 3x 4lb smallmouth with this bait which were pre-spawn. The design is great the bottom treble gives you extra security to land fish and can be removed if you are snagging alot. The bait swims true and is very lifelike and the eyes glow brighty. Storm is stepping it up big time with there soft plastic swimbaits. If you fish for pike this bait is a must. I will review again when the water warms up. Here is one of the big old smallmouth that nailled it. May 22, 2009
Great series of lures Just like the rest of the lures in this series this lure is great! It holds up well against fish with big teeth. You should really have a few of these in your tackle box. March 11, 2008
SWIMBAIT SECRET I FISHED THESE LURES IN THE PERCH COLOR. LOST A BASS OF A LIFETIME DUE TO MY SNAP COMING UNDONE. RERIGGED AND CAUGHT 7 BASS, WITH THE SMALLEST AT 3 1/2 LBS, AND THE BIGGEST OVER 6LBS. TROUT ARE NOT THE ONLY FAVORITE FOOD OF BASS. TRY A PERCH SWIMBAIT. May 31, 2009
Walleye Catcher I tried this lure for the first time today and caught a Walleye in Lake Delavan, WI with no problem. It only took 10mins of me casting it in and finally snatching up a good catch. I am really happy with my option on this lure. October 6, 2012
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Fast or slow? Straight reel or jerked?
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because of its weight it is best with a fast retrieve. I give it a short pause during the retrieve.
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Slow and straight reel
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All of the above
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In the rivers here i cast into a deep pool and retrieve it slowly in faster water i retrieve it faster
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Doesn't matter it don't work. The best thing you could do is nick your line and whip the rod as hard as you can, hopefully it will snap and land 100 yards away.
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