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Strike King® Bleeding Bait™ Hook Crankbaits

   

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Bleeding Gizzard Shad

Bleeding Gizzard Shad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
BBHC1-311
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1217799

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Bleeding Firetiger

Bleeding Firetiger

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
BBHC1-317
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1217802

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Bleeding Gizzard Shad

Bleeding Gizzard Shad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
8'

Model:
BBHC3-311
  • $4.49

  • SKU: 1217800

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Bleeding Gizzard Shad

Bleeding Gizzard Shad

1-5/8"

3/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
BBHCM3-311
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1218038

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Bleeding Firetiger

Bleeding Firetiger

1-5/8"

3/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
BBHCM3-317
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1218039

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Research shows that a red blood trail triggers an aggressive feeding response in predatory fish. To create this image these Strike King Crankbaits are equipped with premium Bleeding Bait™ Hooks and have Blood Trail paint jobs which, combined with the wide-wobbling Pro-Model® actions, spark this feeding instinct.

Series 1: 1/4 oz; Dives 2'-5'
Series 3: 1/4 oz; Dives 5'-8'
Series 5: 1/2 oz; Dives 10'-14'
Mini 3: 3/16 oz; Dives 4'-6'

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Strike King does it Again I baught this lure for the bahamas a long time ago. I caught many fish including ten barjacks and a little barracuda on it. It wasn't the lure of the trip but it was probobly the second best. I also caught a triggerfish on this lure. I lost it a year later when I went back. a Monsterous I mean Monsterous Maybe world record Jack Crevalle took it. November 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My go to Just like the title says, this is my go to, old faithful. Caught everything from pike to catfish! Never had a cat on a crank before. But the bass really love this, rivers, lakes, or ponds. Good price range for what your gonna get out of this June 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for Smallies Only used it for one trip so far. Caught a bunch of smallies floating a river. Didn't get snagged up much. Great lure! June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Incredible Bait!!! I've always heard the saying, "Bigger bait, bigger fish" and this crank bait made me a believer. I bought the Series 3 Firetiger Bleeding bait and thought why not. I have read the reviews, read all the advice from the pros, so I bought one. I should have bought two. Anyway, my first cast of the morning yielded a nice largemouth of about 4 lbs. Second cast of the morning as I was retrieving my lure I felt what I thought was a strike. It actually turned out to be a mis-strike, the fish struck the lure but missed and hooked itself in the belly trying to make off with the lure. As I am reeling in this nice size largemouth (mind you I have heard of people catching 2 bass on one lure, I have never witnessed it). A larger bass comes out of nowhere and rips the lure out of the bass' belly that I am reeling in and then the larger bass is hooked in the mouth and the two fish start fighting over the lure. I only landed one of the two but it happened to be the larger of the two. See the attached picture for evidence. I have it laying next to my foot because I didn't have a tape measure. My foot is exactly 12 inches long. It weighed in at 5 1/2 lbs. I was extremely impressed by this lure. It will continue to be part of my arsenal. July 3, 2011
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any saltwater grade trebles in the same size. strike king sizes hooks well
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Your best hooks, in my opinion, are made by VMC, Mustad, or Eagle Claw. I like using # 2 sized treble hooks on these since they will give you a bigger hook and better hookset. I have caught fish on the original hooks but they get dull quickly and they are # 4 size. The smaller the number, the bigger the hook. Hope this helps.
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depinding on size of lure it will be a #6 or #8
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vs. bandit 100 series?

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is this or is the bandit 100 series an all-round better crankbait for bass?
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difenitly this
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Its a toss-up as far as I'm concerned...can change day to day or even hour by hour.
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Strike King is by far the better crank bait. As per experience.
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In my opinion, bleeding gizzard shad is best for bass because they can see red better. I have caught bass more on a bleeding bait than a regular shad color bait. Hope this helps.
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my own personal experience has been the bleeding gizzard shad color.
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Gizzard...deffinately gizzard
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No certain answer. Bass preference can change day to day or even hour to hour.
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Tennesse Shad. The bleding stuff is simply advertisement gimic.
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Yeah ...i would reccomend that u get a bomber square bill or the newer Kvd silent square bill
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Yes, the Strikeking Series1, and Series1 XS come in about 12 colors, including Sexy Shad.
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Yes... i reccomend a bomber square bill or the newer KVD silent one
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Yes, the Serie1 is available in Chartreuse Sexy Shad, Sexy Shad, and Chartreuse Shad. The Series 1xs is available in nine colors.
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I think it depends on water temperature and clarity. I have been doing most of my fishing in the black (brackish) waters of VA and NC and anything chartreuse works great. I have been using Berkley Power bait of the black and chartreuse color and firetiger crawdads and minnows from Strikeking and Rebel. I have also been using Chartreuse spinner baits. Keep in mind that the water clarity is black to muddy and the temps have been in the 80's to 90's. I hope this helps.
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Bleeding Gizzard anything catches fish in Texas
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The water color generally is the best clue...muddy/stained, use dark or chartruse colors, clear water use light colors (silver or white).
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Pearl melon.
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In East TN #56 is a killer.
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This is a non bleeding one that I like, the Blue Gizzrd shad is my favorite. It will catch walleye and bass
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me and my friend have the 92 color and it works pretty well
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The best color would depend on water conditions. Something that resembles the forage base where you fish would be good in clearer water (i.e. Gizzard Shad or Tenn. Shad). In darker water brighter colors like Firetiger or Chartreuse Shad would be better.
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I've always had good success with the chrome/blue back
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