Strike King® Red Eye Shad Crankbaits - 3/4 oz.
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- Incredible action
- Unique shad-style body
- Pro-selected paint schemes
- 3D eyes
- Free-floating rattles
Strike King's deep-digging 3/4 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.''I'll choose the 3/4 oz Red Eye to get maximum depth. It's a good choice for getting deeper in the summer months, for getting down on ledges or to yoyo it in anywhere from 7-20 feet. I'll sink it down and yoyo it along the bottom almost how you'd fish a jig. The tournament proven Redeye Shad is one deadly lipless crankbait.'' Kevin VanDam -4-Time Bassmaster Classic® Champion 7-time Angler of the Year
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Rated 5 out of 5 by GodGunsGuts Great
Kinda reminds me of the Cordell super spot ratltraps but these are way better made and actually have action in the water.
March 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pboneusa Great bait
Bait works awesome. A lot of action and swims at levels with proper retrieve. Have a tray full of them because they work. Only problem is if they chip a little, then the chrome will come completely off that side. I have several now half chrome and half white baits.
March 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Creekbiscuit Great Bait
The Red Eye Shad is one of my reels all the time . It is my favorite cranking bait because it catches bass. You can use it all year in every season. The Red Eye Shad can be reeled straight in ,stop and go , or stop and let it fall. The fall on slack line is great because it shakes as it falls . Great Bait!
March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Remington700 Trout Love It
I went fishing in Granby, Colorado about a month ago and wasn't getting lucky with my Vibrax Blue Fox lure. I threw this on thinking, "Hm, this might be a little big for these Trout..." but sure enough, my third cast brought home a LUNKER. I tossed this lure a little upstream, and started to bring it back, jerking it a little bit to give it the appearance of a wounded bait-fish. About three feet from shore, a 23'' Rainbow snapped at it and i nearly pulled him right into my arms after setting the hook. I never thought this big of a lure would work where i was fishing, but MAN was i wrong! The action it gives is already better than most. It looks injured as it swims, rattles, and if you give it some action yourself, your chances of catching the big one are just that much greater.
September 24, 2013
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