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STORM Wildeye Live Shiner

   

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Shiner

Shiner

2"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
WLSH02
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 1106701

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Shiner

Shiner

3"

1/4 oz.

3

Model:
WLSH03
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 1106702

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Shiner

Shiner

4"

3/8 oz.

3

Model:
WLSH04
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1106703

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STORM® Wildeye® Live Shiner has a realistic body shape, swims like a live baitfish and is prerigged. Strong soft plastic material has internal holographic swimmin' flash foil, holographic WildEyes and natural color patterns.

  • 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 Shiner 4.6 5 26 26
Good bait Based on other storm products I normally buy, with the exception of the 3" storm minnow, this storm bait is a very dependable bait that produces fair hits. It has a pretty good weight which gives you the ability to cover large areas of water in small amounts of time. The only negative is that most storm baits have a tendency to loose their quality over time if you don't store them in a perfectly strait position( the tails or fins bend and make the bait swim sideways or flip, which lessens the hit ratio). I would recommended this storm product, and especially the storm 3" storm minnow. January 29, 2013
best proven product I have been using this lure i first found in a department store. I tried it out of wondering if it would really work. Well it really did it job, it caught 168 snook, bass, bream, and one that I had a hard time believing NILE PERCH . with total satisfaction i have bought three packs of three and am going to try the crappie just to check it out too. February 3, 2011
Amazing Swimbait I love these swimbaits i got some for christmas, first time out on the pond i caught 3 nice 4 and 5 pound spots, i caught them all on the same one too these are very durable and overall a great lure. February 26, 2011
It's a keeper. I used the "Live Sunfish" version of this bait, and it worked like a dream. I usually use minnows and small jigs for crappie. Well, I was catching all these tiney crappie that I couldn't keep. I switched to the "Live Sunfish" version of this bait, and I caught four keeper crappies, and one of the crappie was over twelve inches long. Stephen May 13, 2006
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3 years, 8 months ago
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Storm swimbaits will catch alot of fish. I have caught bluegill to stripers on wildeye baits. Only been using them a few weeks and think there great. Not pitching for storm baits I think swimbaits will catch fish no matter the brand.
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I get hits not much landing the fish though
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What size works best?

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The bass are around 2-3 pounds with a few around 5+
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the 2" and 3" would work great.
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I just use the two inch ones fish size doesn't seem to matter
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The 2 inch caught a few smaller bass. My 4 inch caught the biggest at 3 lbs. I think the bigger will catch bigger bass.
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I can't really say without knowing the depths you're fishing, but if you fish Florida, then they can't be too deep, so I would say at least 3/8 ounce. I know this sounds counterintuitive, but it allows you to throw long distances so you can get far beyond the fish and come back through their feeding territory without the lure simply dropping on top of 'em. It's worked for me.
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 - Lakeland, FL
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