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A Bass Pro Exclusive!
Kevin VanDam's newest spinnerbait is built for scorching speed! The Strike King® KVD 2-Blade Scorcher Bait features a streamlined head design and Strike King RAZ-R blades that are thinner than normal for one speedy, flashy fish-catchin’ machine.
Poor Paint Job
Bought two of these and the paint on the blades chipped/peeld off in a matter of minutes
Didn’t take 20 casts to see a 1/16 to 1/8 area of missing paint off the edge of the blades
I was fishing shallow sand with weeds burning them just under the surface - its not like I was banging them off rocks or something
Maybe I just got two from a bad batch but they did come from an online order and not from a retail store.
Can’t see KVD putting his name on a product of this poor quality
September 4, 2012
Not sure what the difference is, besides the Scorcher being exclusive to BPS. Prety sure they are the same deal, just a ploy to sell more. It's a five star bait, but the gimmick only gets you a four. Small profile but good weight so you can hurl the 1/2 oz eight miles.
September 21, 2010
this is a great little bait i do not use spinners a lot but this is a good one it catches me some fish
August 15, 2009
Good spinnerbait but not the best!
I have used the scorcher and the strike king burners and like them both; however, the edge goes to the burner. I have caught more fish with the burner and the head design is better for coming through grass. Plus, it's cheaper than the scorcher. The scorcher is a really good spinnerbait and I would use them exclusively IF the burner didn't exist. In my opinion, the burner is a little better than the scorcher but you can't go wrong using either!
June 24, 2009
I like the idea of having three blades but when i bought the Booyah Mini Shad, the two smaller blades closer to the head would get tangled up with each other when they tried to spin and wouldn't have any action. Is this a problem with this lure?
I've been throwing the three blade 1/2 ounce sexy shad model on the Cooper River with great success. It doesn't catch numbers, but seems to be the ticket if you're looking for a kicker fish. I've had no trouble with the blades not turning on this model!!
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