The Stanford Lures Razor Shad Shallow Diving Crankbait is a shallow water lure handcrafted from high-grade cedar grown in the Pacific Northwest. The Razor Shad’s cedar construction produces a more natural wobble and hunting action than other crankbaits on the market, and the unique density of cedar also allows it to suspend for longer periods of time in the strike zone. It won’t wash out either on fast retrieves, the Razor Shad’s tight wobble just gets tighter the faster you crank it. Available in a range of proven, hand-painted colors, each Stanford Lures Razor Shad Shallow Diving Crankbait is 100% made in the USA, comes equipped with only premium components, and is hand-tuned by Dieter Stanford, himself.
|Razor Shad - Shallow||2.5"||3/8oz||3-5ft|
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Comments: Finally, a flat sided bait made for fishing brush. Spring and fall shallow water cranknig at its best. With the coffin lip this bait is hard to get hung-up. When the air is cool and I see brush this bait will pull them out. Charteuese in spring and Shad colors in fall. I have also caught good fish dirty water, thumps good on a fast retrieve!
From: Rusty: GA
Comments: I really suggest these crankbaits! u may think why should i buy a crankbait for almost 20 bucks, well im gona tell you, if you take care of this bait, like dont slap the crap out of it on the water like some people, this will last you until you get her sanged or the critters with teeth tear it up, i really suggest you uses these when fish a staging for spawn or early fall or your just fishing in the 6-9 foot water depth, i love these baits! get them and i guarantee you wont be dissatisfied!
From: Kyle: Itasca, IL
Comments: Great lures !!
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