Megabass Hazedong Shad Swimbait
The Megabass Hazedong Shad Swimbait is a versatile little bait that can be fished in multiple ways. It is constructed with multiple plastic layers of differing densities to create a natural two-tone color pattern and maintain stability. This shad features slits in the belly which allow the body to compress when bitten, thus increasing hookup rates. Another important feature is the extremely slim shad tail that shakes and moves in the water, creating a natural vibration. The bass go crazy for this shad; order some today!
- Material: Vios Mineral
- High-frequency tail action
- Super-thin shad tail
- Belly slits
Ratings & Reviews
What a bait!
by Inspector fish
Worked this bait on Keuka Lake in NY. First time was behind a popping cork with our own made leaders and was catching trout and landlocked salmon just below surface. Once the water temp started to warm up and the fish started to go deeper used it jigging. I especially liked this bait on a t turn rig with double baits, and I prefer to tie my own. Again this bait caught trout. I really believe you can use this bait for any fish and any style in which you like to fish, whether it be in a river or a lake. I don't think there's a fish that will refuse it.Next I'm gonna use them in saltwater fluke fishing. Good Luck and always try unconventional things you may just find yourself on to something good.
Addition to previous review
by Inspector fish
As in previous review it was mentioned of trying this bait on fluke. Incredible! I used the 4.2 inch and I really like moroko and green pumpkin. The baits were rigged two ways with a squid strip in crab oil,and gulp cut bait.Fluke were caught all day.I will never buy live killies again.Not to mention how expensive they are.Try em you will be happy you did.
My Go-To Minnow
A tournament guy turned me on to these at my local lake. I was drop-shotting Berkley's at the time. The combination of the slinky action of their plastic formula with that paddle tail and that head shape really took the bass in. Love'em! Drop-shot the 3" or Texas rig the 4", you'll catch some bass if they're there! For a fun trick, get a red #4 worm hook with the 3" and put some weight on the shank, just enough to keep the plastic vertical, then surface fish this in the shallows. Killer!