Captain Jay's Blade Baits
Captain Jay's Blade Baits are some of the most effective baits for walleye fishing on Lake Erie. Individually built and hand painted, these blade baits create a vibration in the water to attract walleye to your area. The best way to fish blade baits is to snap jig them while you are drifting, keeping them vertical. Use a braided line with a barrel swivel and 18-inch fluorocarbon leader to ensure you feel the blade vibrating. The blade's proven fishing method is to lower it to the bottom, snap it up and come down with a controlled fall. Walleye generally strike either on the fall or as soon as the bait hits the bottom, so make sure you're pulling it back up to get the hook set!
- Individually made and hand painted
- Two size 8 Mustad treble hooks
- Creates a vibration in the water
- Body Length: 2 1/4 in.
- Qty. per Pack: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Fire Tiger Blade Bait
by Mike P
I use the Captain Jay's blade bait spring fishing for walleye on Lake Erie. Walleyes love them
They Work Great
Great blade bait at a fair price. We've caught Bass, Perch, Sheepshead, and Walleye on these things so far.
Favorite Lake Erie jig.
by Robb Devries
Best bait for jig fishing walleye on Lake Erie during the April spawn. There is so much vibration the fish can find the baits in chocolate milk colored water. My favorite colors are Voodoo tiger, white knight, Barbie, clown, and antifreeze. With 72 colors available you’ll definitely find a color that works for you. Use braid line to a barrel swivel, to a fluorocarbon With a snap to bait. No swivel. Front hook can be pulled if necessary. I’ve also fished bass with these, and they are dynamite to cast and retrieve when white perch and silver bass are feeding on the surface. Though not typically targeted they are a blast for kids to catch. It’s almost a catch a fish every cast.
Jays Blade Baits
by Hemipower -
Great lure at a fair price.
Decided to buy some of these due to using silver buddy in the spring. Fall came a month ago and boy it did not disappoint! Smashed a bunch of walleyes and smallies here in MN.