LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait

LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait

When bass get dialed-in to a big shad bite, the new LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait is an ideal match. With a wide and deep body, the LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait delivers the type of large profile needed to imitate Gizzard Shad, whether they are hiding in shallow or deep ranges.

Utilizing a number of innovative features, like a precisely tuned internal weighting and a snag-reducing dorsal accent, the LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait performs as well as it looks. Along the belly, an accessory pin provides easy attachment for additional hooks and blades. Backed by a super-sharp EWG hook, the LIVETARGET Gizzard Shad Swimbait is a must-have for swimbait enthusiast and trophy anglers alike.

LIVETARGET has combined nature’s best with modern technology to create an exciting new collection of swimbaits. Available in 9 common forages, the new LIVETARGET Swimbait Series is designed to look and swim just like live bait. The profile of the body and tail is so accurately matched and anatomically scaled, it sets a new industry standard to match-the-hatch. The tail is precisely fitted with a strategically engineered oscillator that generates a side-to-side tail swing action. Every swimbait has its own signature action, making it come alive and swim just like its natural counterpart.

LIVETARGET Length Weight Class
Gizzard Shad Swimbait 4-1/2" 1oz Medium-slow sink
Gizzard Shad Swimbait 5" 1-1/2oz Medium-slow sink
Gizzard Shad Swimbait 5-1/2" 2oz Medium-slow sink

2 Colors

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    Model No. GZS112MS703
    Green Bronze
    Medium Slow
    Size Stock Price Qty
    4.5" 5+ $8.99
    5" 5+ $9.99
    5.5" 5+ $10.99
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    Model No. GZS112MS705
    Violet Blue
    Medium Slow
    Size Stock Price Qty
    4.5" 5+ $8.99
    5" 5+ $9.99
    5.5" 5+ $10.99

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Customer Reviews

Comments: It's very well casted hardly, if any mold lines. Looks amazing in the water. The action is almost identical to a real shad. No loss of paint so far. My only complaint is that it's a little bright to be a gizzard shad. The olive color is pretty close to a hickory shad.

From: Jack: Fairfax, Virginia  1/22/17

Comments: I bought 2 of these baits to give them a try. Out of the package they seem soft enough to do what they show in the videos. I'm anxious to see how the bass react to it once it's in the water. IF they swim as shown and IF they have all the swimming action then I can only imagine how tired I will be pulling bass out of these Texas lakes I fish. 

From: Skysoldier: Mesquite,TX 1/18/17

Comments: Swims nice, tail comes alive in the water and thumps, personally prefer the moderate sink rate, looks pretty lifelike in the water, plastic and paint seems strong, DOESNT sit upright on the bottom. Overall a nice lure. 

From: Manny: Sac CA 1/5/17

 

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