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Storm WildEye Swim Shad 3" and 4" Swim Baits

Description

Storm WildEye Swim Shad
3" and 4" Swim Baits

The 3" and 4" WildEye Swim Shads have a unique built-in holographic foil which gives off quick flashes of color. This coloration along with the baits swimming paddle tail action mimics a fleeing baitfish which causes predatory fish to lock into "feeding mode."

The 3" WildEye Swim Shad weigh 1/4 oz. each and come 3 baits per package. The 4" WildEye Swim Shad weigh 7/16 oz. each and comes 3 baits per package.

These swim baits are great for bass, walleye and other freshwater fish as well as many inshore saltwater species such as stripers and snook.

We stock both the 3" and 4" WildEye Swim Shads in the colors shown in the table below.

Baby Bass (BB)Bluegill (BG)Bunker (BNK)Fire Tiger (FT)
Baby Bass
(BB)
Bluegill
(BG)
Bunker
(BNK)
Fire Tiger
(FT)

Golden Mullet (GMU)Pearl (PRL)Shad (SD)Shiner Chartreuse Silver<br>(SHCS)
Golden Mullet
(GMU)
Pearl
(PRL)
Shad
(SD)
Shiner Chart. Silver
(SHCS)

To order, please select a size and color from the list above.


Reviews
Review Summary
4.5
( 21 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.95%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (12), Casual/ Recreational (2)
Pros
Looks Realistic (15)
Easy To Handle (10)
Easy To Store (10)
Good For Variety Of Fish (10)
Irresistible to Fish (7)
Cons
Fish Get Away (2)
Cant find enough to buy (2)
Best Uses
Shore Casting (10)
Fresh Water (8)
Trolling (6)
Salt Water (6)
Deep Water (3)

Nice Lure, that works
Verified
Buyer
MA
About Me:
none
This is a nice swim bait that I have found effective on bass and pickerel.
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Swim great
Cons: none
Best Uses: Bass
Good bait for bass and walleye
Verified
Buyer
ny
About Me:
none
This swim bait has very realistic look and it performs great when fishing for bass and walleye. My only complaint is that because of its soft texture it is very easy for eyes to get ripped right out after a few bass hookups. But they have great action and they do catch fish.
Pros: casts far, good action
Cons: too fragile
Best Uses: bass and walleye
Nice, Swims Beautiful
Verified
Buyer
About Me:
Traveler
Swim Beautiful under a warm sun, caught game fish in several countries. Snakehead, Pike, Bass, Barramundi, and so on. The big teeth fish might destroy the lure a bit. Worth the value for the prize catches.
Pros: Swim great, Looks Realistic
Cons: None Specified
Best Uses: None Specified
Very realistic swimbait!
Verified
Buyer
Parkersburg, WV
About Me:
Not Specified
I use these in the large rivers for walleye, sauger, stripers, and hybrids. Everything loves them. Easy to fish and present.
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic, Swim great, low cost
Cons: must keep tails straight
Best Uses: None Specified
walleye
Verified
Buyer
pgh,pa
About Me:
none
these swimbaits work well on the mon river in pgh for winter walleye and in november/december and for hybrid stripers as well, the cost does not break the bank like many crankbaits when you break one off
Pros: effective, low cost
Cons: none
Best Uses: winter walleye hybrid stripers
My go to lure when the trout are biting
Verified
Buyer
Newport News vA
About Me:
none
fish this swimbait in both lakes and bays, I have been catching speckles and flounder and stripers.. These swimbaits just cant be match..
Pros: Looks Realistic
Cons: Cant find enough to buy
Best Uses: anytime, anywhere
I wouldn't hesitate to buy more!
Verified
Buyer
Sturgeon Bay, Wi
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
Casts a long way, and can be worked deep or shallow.
Pros: Looks Realistic, Strong, Good For Variety Of Fish, Easy To Store
Cons: none
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Fresh Water, Deep Water
I would buy this product again and again
Verified
Buyer
Fayetteville, NC
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Trowling at 3 to 3.5 MPH works really well. You don't need big lures to catch big fish and the 3 inch works the best for me.
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic, Easy To Store, Easy To Handle
Cons: none
Best Uses: Trolling, Shore Casting, Fresh Water
This is a proven product
Verified
Buyer
North Eastern North Carolina
About Me:
Avid Fisher
My best luck with this product is trolling in 20 foot deep water or less near the bottom. I also use by casting and retreiving it at a speed that will allow it to be near the bottom.
Pros: Strong, Looks Realistic, Easy To Store, Easy To Handle, Good For Variety Of Fish
Cons: none
Best Uses: Trolling, Salt Water
Shad match
Verified
Buyer
Bedford, VA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Use as a swim bait just as shad begin to surface.
Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Excellent bait, but a little pricey.
Verified
Buyer
Maryland
About Me:
Avid Fisher
It's an excellent swim bait. The Chesapeake Bay Stripers absolutely love them. I call them Rock Fish candy. You can cast them a mile, retrieve with a steady wind, jig them, or fish them like a stick/crank bait.
Pros: Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle, Easy To Store, Irresistible to Fish
Cons: none
Best Uses: Jigging, Trolling, Deep Water, Salt Water, Fresh Water, Shore Casting
slamming sandiego halibut
san diego ca
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Ive ben throwing big hammers til my hands fall off only getting calicos and spotties. just bought 3 4 in pearl shad and slammed a 28 in halibut on 3 cast and next cast a bigger one broke me off if there is none on the rack its because i bought them all its on
Pros: Easy To Handle, Good For Variety Of Fish, Easy To Store, Irresistible to Fish, Strong, Looks Realistic
Cons: Cant find enough to buy
Best Uses: Shore Casting
the best lure in the world for bass
Verified
Reviewer
ft.covington ny
About Me:
Avid Fisher
fire tiger works the best in early season when water is murky mullet in late summer.by far the best lure made for small mouth bass cant begin to count the lunkers ive landed with this gem.fish hit it so hard you wont believe it.
Pros: Looks Realistic, Irresistible to Fish
Cons: none
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Fresh Water
best
tulsa,oklahoma
About Me:
Avid Fisher
well i live in oklahoma.i stumbled across the swim bait 2 years ago.Ever since then i always make sure i have en0ough swim baits in my bag.Im an avid striper fisherman and let me tell you it gets exciting when one just about takes the rod out of your hand from hitting the bait so hard.I use the 4,5,6 inch.I use a medium/heavy spinning rod with good 10#test.Work that drag alittle and be ready to have some fun.
Pros: Looks Realistic, Strong, Good For Variety Of Fish, Easy To Handle, Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Store
Cons: none
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Trolling, Fresh Water, Deep Water
cant wait for spring. these are very exc
Verified
Buyer
sandy pond,ny
About Me:
Avid Fisher
casting for walleyes
Pros: Very lifelike, Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic, Strong
Cons: none
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Shore Casting
Recomend to friends.
Verified
Buyer
Temple Tx
About Me:
Professional
Slow troling with trll motor. Catches fish. Needs to be back in sealed bag to hold oil and scents,new packaging dries out.
Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
STORM SHAD 3 & 4 LURES
Verified
Buyer
ROTA SPAIN THE MED
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
i'LL PREFER THE HOOK OUT THRU THE BOTTOM OFF THE FISH, HAD A FEW STRIKES,BUT MISSED HOOKING THE FISH, ALSO THE HOOK A BIT TOO LARGE, CUT OUT THE HOOK, INSTALL ANOTHER SMALLER HOOK THRU THE BOTTOM AND SMALLER HOOK DID ITS THING, HAD BETTER LUCK
Pros: Easy To Handle, Looks Realistic
Cons: Fish Get Away
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Salt Water
Striper Speck Fisherman
Verified
Reviewer
Norfolk VA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Where there's current, there are fish. I've caught numerous stripers and specks with these lures. The small 4" catches specks and stripers whether your fishing next to bridges or currents on the beach. This is the best lure you can buy for your money for fishing on the shore. The fish are waiting to ambush small bait fish swimming past them. The storm baby bass and bunker are my favorite. Cast them into the current or next to a bridge pile on and reel in slow to moderate speed. Fish right before dark, fish under lighted structure on a strong outgoing tide. I've caught stripers since October to the end of the season and these lures are the only thing i can count on... They're also inexpensive, so buy several packs because you will lose several to snagging submerged structure. Works best for shore fishing. U won't find an experienced onshore striper fisherman without these in his tackle.. Winter 2009, chespeake bay
Pros: Easy To Store, Strong, Irresistible to Fish, Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle
Cons: none
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Salt Water
Storm lures look, and work good
Verified
Buyer
Molokai Hawaii - West side pride
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I whip of the rocks in Hawaii, and catch lots of 3-10 pound Papio (travally). I caught a 12 pound Papio on my Kayak. They are so realistic. These lures work good for me. I can catch a variety of good eating fish. You need to stock more colors. Blue, and silver are good colors. Thanks for a good product from Molokai, Hawaii
Pros: Easy To Store, Easy To Handle, Good For Variety Of Fish, Strong, Looks Realistic, Swim great
Cons: Fragile
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Salt Water, Shallow whipping, Trolling
lacking treble hook!!
Verified
Buyer
Pownal VT
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I get alot of hits with this lure,but i cant keep them on.
Pros: Easy To Store, Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Handle
Cons: Fish Get Away
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Trolling
One of the best over-all lures
Verified
Buyer
South Louisiana/Italy
About Me:
Avid Fisher
My first choice when bait casting for fishing in back bays, brackish waters where a number of different species of fish are found. But it is great in both fresh and salt water. Looks real and easily fools fish just by simply reeling in the lure, but if you experiment with different speeds to adjust depth, fast starts and stops - smashing strikes often occur. Can be fished tandem by tying a double surgeons knot or blood knot for superb fishing. I've easily limited-out doing this and caught and released over a 100 fish a day . . . also catching two fish at a time, both Reds & specks in Louisiana. Striped bass smashed the heck out of it in Rhode Island too, along with blue fish. I've caught a brown trout (once), catch & release - not trying, just farting around trying a new bait casting rod after fly fishing one evening, good 20" fish though. Bass like it just as well too. The only down side is that it is not very durable depending on the species of fish, i.e. teeth, because it is soft plastic. I can usually catch about 5 to 10 reds, depending on how I hook them, and sometimes up to 20 specks on one lure. Then again, if I hook the fish wrong, the lure could be ripped open with only one fish, but this is the exception to the rule. I've even caught blue fish in Rhode Island on them and caught several before they shredded it to pieces, using a good clean hook set, and I have never used a steel leader, either. My father uses it jigging to catch bass. It is quite versatile and can be worked in a variety of ways - up to your imagination. Finally, An inexperience fisherman could easily use this lure to catch fish too. I smash the barb for easy releases, just keep tension and set my drag properly to play the fish. This may help to make the lure last a little longer too, and may be kinder on the fish? The action is great!
Pros: Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Store, Good For Variety Of Fish, Fish Don't Escape, Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle
Cons: Not very Durable
Best Uses: Salt Water, Fresh Water
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