A deep-water problem solver, the Vibe Blade Bait can plummet to a desired depth in seconds. It's exceptional vibration drives fish wild, and like most blade baits, the Vibe Blade sinks fast, flutters when it falls, and delivers a hard, pulsating vibration when pulled through the water. Once you locate a school of baitfish on your depth finder, rip the Vibe Blade Bait through the school and let it flutter back down, most bites occur on the fall. Bass take notice of its distressed baitfish action, and have a hard time resisting the chance at an easy meal. The Vibe Blade Bait - available in multiple colors.
Comments: Jigging the chartreuse fire vibe blade bait on Lake in Texas. It held up just fine to white bass with no real signs of damage. Once I hooked a 22" striper it was a different story. The treble split apart and the thin metal body was all bent out of shape. It caught fish and I will buy more but the actual durability of this lure is questionable. Then again it is worth 4 dollars to catch 10 lbs of fresh fillet.
From: Eric: Houston, Tx
Comments: Try changing colors or maybe you are fishing it wrong. Today I caught a gag grouper, triple tail and 3 lady fish. Lost one lure and ordering more. I have fished this lure for years with great success both fresh water and salt. My friends cant belive the results I get from these baits. Good luck.
From: Bob: SW Florida
Comments: Didn't do great in saltwater, i fished it all day in saltwater with nothing. Its more of largemouth bass fishing lure, God bless folks and good fishing today, tomorrow and forever!