Evergreen SB Topwater Plug
The pencil popper that other companies are still trying to copy, the Evergreen Shower Blows is one of the best kept secrets in professional bass fishing. Whether you like a spitting, bubbling chug or a wide, dog walking action, this pencil bait does it all. Even on days when bass aren't smashing topwater plugs, they’ll eat the Evergreen Shower Blows. Its built-in tungsten weight system creates a loud fish attracting knock as well as top-class casting capabilities, and it also comes equipped with a rear feather hook for additional fish attracting action. Give Evergreen Shower Blows a try. You won't be disappointed. Produced by M. Shimizu.
Evergreen International is one of Japan's premier tackle company. Hard to find outside of Japan, they have still become world-renowned for their high quality baits that have been proven to out catch competitors offerings.
|Shower Blows 105||4-1/8"||9/16oz||Topwater||#6|
|Shower Blows 125||4-7/8"||15/16oz||Topwater||#4|
|Shower Blows 150||6"||1-1/2oz||Topwater||N/A|
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Comments: No kidding, this thing casts far. On my first easy, exploratory cast to make sure my reel was setup correctly it shot out there surprisingly far. It rests at a 45deg angle, but quickly comes to life with a shower and a glide with a twitch of the rod. It walks as effortlessly as it casts & can be with a slow, deliberate cadence of easy, 180deg glides, or sharp, rapid jerks spraying water everywhere. If you keep your rod tip low, it will even execute a rolling subsurface walk. Excellent, durable finishes with top notch components including a color coordinated feathered treble that flares seductively on the pause & a deep, loud tungsten rattle make this bait worth every penny & a must have for every topwater enthusiast.
From: Tony: Yukon, OK 7/25/16
Comments: This thing casts further than any other lure I own and the walk on fantastic. This thing throws so much water then you really pop it. It has a nice wide walk without much forward motion & you can walk it as slow as you'd like. I did notice that it won't do a fast walk as well as some others I use but it'll still get the job done. I'm going to watch these things to go on sale again & buy some backups
From: Mike: Morristown, NJ 5/11/16
Comments: Once you "learn" this bait you will have it walking 180 degree sweeps with it barely creeping towards you. I doubt there is anything that can walk & stay in your target area as tight as this thing can. The hooks are good quality but I feel they might be a bit small so i up sized mine. Rattles are loud. Casts really well. Natural Gill is what i have now & have caught a good number on it and finish is still good except where the big hooks i added are rubbing.
From: Kelley: Bayou Chicot, LA 4/28/16
Comments: This lure Is absolutely amazing. The chartreuse skeleton and the morizo bone are the absolute shitake'. Walks, chugs, pops like a charm, these bad boys in the shorty are amazing for all size of bad. Even hit a 3 lb red ear on one. The larger size is an absolute beast. If no one buys these lures I would be so happy, then I could snatch them up. They might disappear like last time, so you better buy them up and quick in great quantities. These were selling for upwards of 70 bucks a piece a few months back on line.
From: Jeffrey: Corona, CA 10/2/15
Comments: Fished this lure for the first time yesterday. Absolutely a new staple in my topwater box. Easiest bait to walk I've thrown yet and the spitting action drives fish nuts. The weight system works very well, anyone can throw this bait a mile even into the wind. As others have noted these hooks are needle sharp and literally do stick to everything. I purchased the emerald shiner color and the finish is exceptional. Great lure, worth every penny.
From: Frog: USA 9/18/15
Comments: These things are dirty. You can walk them so easy they honestly turn 180 degrees when you twitch the bait. I have both sizes and both of them catch fish. I have had fish come out of 30ft of water and blow the larger sized bait out of water. I fish the smaller size around docks and will fish behind people fishing jigs and draw fish out from under the dock out to hit this bait. The only complaint I have is that the hooks are too sharp and get stuck to everything haha.
From: Turner: SC
Comments: sweet bait, it stays in the strike zone with tremendous splash...you won't find a more realistic looking gill pattern, plus the hooks are sticky sharp
From: Chris: Riverview, FL