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LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait
Most of the bass in a lake may prefer to feed on threadfin shad, but the big ones know better. The LIVETARGET® Gizzard Shad Swimbait is definitely a big-fish bait, as it's built wide through the shoulders and broadside deep, just as in Nature, in order to target the lunkers who have learned that gizzard shad are generally larger and more abundant than threadfin shad—and every bit as tasty. Fish the medium-slow sinking Gizzard Shad as slow and deep as necessary; its internal oscillator provides a moderate wobble at any speed, and its incredibly lifelike detail holds up to the closest scrutiny.
Rated 3 out of
Just average.It catches fish here and then but it is far from being a killer bait. It swims like a naturally. It just average lure that will catch a fish here or there. It is nice looking bait but i dont know if I would buy it again.
Date published: 2019-06-09
Rated 1 out of
Cheep madeI broke it on the first time I took it to the lake. It caught fish but on the third one I caught the tail ripped off
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Action and Super Realistic! HOG CATCHERThis swimbait is amazing, it simply puts big bass in the boat! Runs true and was durable to land the five 6lbers that hooked up that day. This and a whopper plopper will win you tournaments hands down! I'm not to sure of the skill or experience level the other guy's review but I can tell you one thing I sure as heck know he's never seen many shad up close. The colors are on point! Shad take on either a green or blue hue most of the time. It isn't until they reach full maturity that they take on the full black and grey color. Remember kids study the bait fish and the rest will follow. Way to match the hatch here live target!
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 4 out of
Good but smaller than expectedNice bait. But understand it isn't as big as youed think.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 2 out of
dissapointingits hard to take this lure seriously as "realistic" when it doesnt even use correct colors. Gizzard shad are a white and black fish with very little color, so i would expect better from a company like livetarget. while the blue and bronze colors will probably catch fish, this lure could have been a game changer in better colors. if you truly want a realistic shad lure get a huddleston shad
How well does the lure mimic the swimming action of a shad?
Must you work it like a jig?
Can you troll with it?
Asked by: cghuntcms
Just used my threadfin version yesterday and it is very realistic.
No you just reel it in with a steady slow to medium retrieve.
I wouldn't I think it would stay to high in the water.Despite mine being 1oz. it sank slowly but you could try it I think you would have to troll very slow though.