A great way to target suspended fish, the Lucky Craft Screw Pointer is a sinking bait that features dual props - one at each end. The dual props churn as you retrieve the Screw Pointer, putting off rapid vibrations akin to a struggling, injured baitfish in its last throws of life. The props also provide additional flash for low light and stained water conditions, and the fact that it is a sinking bait allows you to attack the entire water column. Featuring the incredible detailing and lifelike touches that set Lucky Craft baits apart from the rest, the Lucky Craft Screw Pointer chews through bass with its signature double prop.

Lucky Craft Length Weight Class
Screw Pointer 80 3-1/4" 7/16oz Sinking
Screw Pointer 95 3-3/4" 9/16oz Sinking

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Customer Reviews

Comments: these are great baits but after today I fished both this and the Duo Realis Spinbait 80 and both caught fish but the DUO was 10 to 1 the best for the bites . these don't have no action when they are sinking and that seemed to be when the bite was best .The Duo has a wobble as it falls .both are great but Duo is best of the 2.

From: Kevin: KY

Comments: great great lure for the new hot technique of spybating, just like the new duo realis bait that's made this spybating famous. This lure to will do and perform the same technique, just hard to get used to to reel it in S-U-P-E-R SLOOOW. But it works when the bite is real tough or the temps drop drastically.

From: Steveo

Comments: Got mine today and ran down to the lake to try it a few times, casts great, props spin freely, very durable and caught some nice fish on it. good bait.

Comments: ever buy a prop bait that sinks? well, i have and i either returned it or NEVER used it. now, one of the top lure co's are producing them and putting them on the market saying their great fish catcher's! WHO KNEW?? i still own a few. with some investigation, i learned that heddon and a few other older lure co's sold this type lure years ago. as the saying goes, history repeats itself. 

From: Wes: Salinas, CA

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