Power Prawn USA Experiment: Rattles VS. No Rattles [Plus BOMBER Comparison!]
I’m back with an on-the-water Power Prawn USA Rattles Experiment!!
This time I wanted to find out more about the impact Battle Rattles have on the Power Prawn lures.
Will additional sound trigger more strikes?
Learn more in the video below!!
Power Prawn USA Rattles Experiment [VIDEO]
This was a humbling day for me out on the water and little did I know I’d learn way more than I originally thought.
I set out on the water with two Power Prawn USA shrimp lures.
One with additional rattles and one without rattles.
Battle Rattles are my preferred choice.
It is a clear capsule with little beads inside to create extra noise to call fish in from far away.
To keep things consistent, I made three casts with one lure then switched over and repeated this process.
How The Day Went
The trip itself got off to an incredibly slow start as it took a while to see some action.
The current flow was light and not impactful so I was mainly skipping these lures underneath mangroves.
A little way into the trip, I found a good shoreline that was holding some fish.
I could see snook swirling around baitfish not far from the shore.
The first fish of the day came on the Power Prawn USA WITHOUT any rattles.
It didn’t pick up after that so I moved to a different spot.
I saw some slight movement on the surface which made me toss out the BOMBER paddletail lure I had rigged up on a third rod.
Within a few cranks, I was hooked up to a small trout.
Power Prawn USA VS. Slam Shady BOMBER
At this point, I decided to completely flip the script and pin the Power Prawn USA up against the BOMBER paddletail.
I wanted to see if my hunch about the fish dialing in on baitfish profiles was correct.
The only way to find out is to start casting.
I continued along the bank switching every three casts between the two lures.
It was not until much later in the day that I saw the first redfish.
I found a really nice cove to cast into underneath mangroves with the BOMBER.
A shadow slowly followed behind the lure and I could see it was a nice bull redfish, but it decided to flee before taking a swipe at my lure.
It was a slow bite but I was fortunate to find a few fish along the way.
I need to head back out and gather more data to provide more definitive results.
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