Storm WildEye Swim Shad
Storm WildEye Swim Shads are part of the "Award Winning" WildEye line of softbaits featuring an array of fish catching colors and patterns. These lures also features Storm's I-Bolt System holographic WildEyes, high quality VMC needle point back hooks, tough yet soft body materials and internal weights for superior swimming actions. 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."
- I-Bolt System holographic WildEyes
- High quality VMC needle point back hooks
- Internal weight for superior swimming action
- Unique built-in holographic foil
- Qty. per pack: 3
Ratings & Reviews
Tight on the least expensive lure in box!
by Michael Anthony
Awesome swim baits for the Sea of Cortez or Texas coast even the 9” but I use the 5 & 6” mostly
Out fished live bait
I fish for stripers with live bait, but I am really getting good hook ups with the storm wild eye swim shads, running them on rigs and at the top of the thermocline the stripers smash them hard, the funny part was when the guy fishing with me looked at me funny when I rigged them up, He said I never caught anything on those things 5 min later he had a big striper smash the rod on his side of the boat well over 30 inches 20lb range. he is now a believer thanks Fish USA and thank you Storm for such a great product and price point.
My number 1 bait for Big Bass in Mexico
by Texalian -
This bait can be used as a swim bait near the surface as well as any depth to include bouncing it off the bottom. I have caught several 10 LB + fish with this bait. Most on the Pearl color. Its good all year round.
I would puchase again!!!
by Butch -
Gave to my son as a gift and he likes them. They look real, cast like a bullet, and can be fished deep or shallow.
Awesome for Ling Cod
We consistantly catch large ling cod on these baits. Easy to use. Toss it against the rock and let it drift with the boat and tide and you get one almost every cast.