Strike King® Red Eye Shad Crankbaits - 1/4 oz.
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''I'll use the 1/4 oz Red Eye in grass that's real thick or real shallow water. It's also a good fall (autumn) bait. In the backs of the creeks in autumn, there can be a lot of real small bait, and the 1/4 size better matches that. Also when there's thick grass that grows within two feet of the surface, the 1/2 oz size can get caught up too easily in that. However, the 1/4 oz will not hang up, especially if you use it with heavy line. The tournament proven Redeye Shad is one deadly lipless crankbait.''
Kevin VanDam - 4 time Bassmaster's Classic Champion and 7 time Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year
Strike King's slimmed-down 1/4 oz Red Eye Shad offers all the same tournament-proven characteristics as their 1/2 oz Red Eye Shad. Carefully crafted by the Strike King Pro-Staff, the Red Eye Shad produces an incredible action and features a unique shad-style body, pro-chosen paint schemes, red 3D eyes and free floating rattles to give you the best action and to entice tournament-winning fish from a far. The action when the Red Eye Shad falls is unbeatable and it's rigged with premium VMC® Vanadium Cone Cut hooks.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 61
Rated 5 out of 5
by Gamonator My All-Time Favorite Lure
I caught over 20 bass last month on this lure. The Sexy Shad color is amazing! It drives the bass nuts!
April 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Noffy Heavy
I just got 7 baits in 1/4oz size. Opened them up and thought they seemed pretty hefty for a 1/4 oz bait. Just for laughs I threw a couple on my scale and they each weighed .460 oz thats over 80% again what they should weigh. I have dozens of these baits in the 1/2 and 3/4 oz size and love how they work. The sad part is I thought they casted a mile due to maybe being aerodynamic or better yet my casting skills. Nope it's not me. For the record they did work great on the small mouth bass I bought them for.
July 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bones63 Great Attack
These smaller crankbaits have a tendency to attract bass when their less aggressive. Not bad for catching crappie also
June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jbmw002 Starting To Love Crankbaits
I was never big into crankbaits. I watched a video with these, and decided to give them a try. They have been slaying the bass in my area. They work on a steady retrieve, and also the stop and go retrieve. It seems like I can't really go wrong no matter how I retrieve it.
April 9, 2014
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