Easy To Use Shrimp Lure For Big Redfish In Shallow Water
This lesson will show you how to effectively use a shrimp lure for big redfish in shallow water.
As you’ll see in the video below, the key is to be using a shrimp lure that is weedless so that you can go over bottom structure like seagrass, oysters, rocks, shells, etc. without getting snagged.
The lure used in this demonstration is our newly released Power Prawn USA lure rigged on a weighted hook so that it can be super weedless.
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How To Use Shrimp Lure In Shallow Water
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Try The Hoss Helix Hooks featured in this video
- Reel: Daiwa BG MQ 2500
- Rod: Bull Bay Custom (7’6″ MH Power Fast Action)
- Line: 10lb J-Braid 8 Grand – Gray
- Leader: 20lb Ande Monofilament
- Lure: Power Prawn USA rigged on Hoss Helix Hook with 1/8th oz weight
- Scent: Dr. Juice Inshore Slam Scent
Shrimp lures that can be rigged weedless are becoming my favorite lure of all for targeting big fish up in shallow and calm waters. This is because they have great motion in the water without causing too much vibration to spook the fish due to their heightened awareness.
And these newly released Power Prawn USA lures rigged on the Hoss Hooks is quickly becoming my absolute favorite lure for this type of fishing.
Best of all, these lures seem to have a knack for fooling the bigger redfish, snook, and trout that can be very picky when the water is clear during daylight periods.
Make sure to give them a try because we offer a catch more fish or it’s free guarantee on these lures and weighted hooks.
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Bro i made it thanks for the invite was it 7ft medium moderate?
This rod was a 7’6″ MH power with a fast action blank.
How long of a leader do you need to use? I’ve ordered the prawns and hook kit. Can’t wait.
I generally start with a 26 inch leader, and then replace it once it gets under 18 inches.
I have two requests Luke.
1) Can you put some of the power prawn USA lures in Gulp! juice containers to see how they hold up? If you are targeting redfish the ability for the lure to suck in scent would help.
2) Can you make the Helix hooks in a 2 size? It would be easier for trout fishing. Obviously this would take time but I think this would be easier to attach Slam Shadys to.
1) Technically, you can soak these lures in Gulp juice, but that won’t do much good because Gulp juice only works on Gulp products that are designed to absorb liquid and disperse it slowly. These Power Prawns are made from plastisol material which does not absorb much liquid so the Gulp juice would not work… for scent, we recommend the Inshore Slam scent from Dr. Juice: https://fishstrong.com/products/dr-juice-saltwater-slam-scents?_pos=1&_sid=88809034e&_ss=r&variant=39632714236078
2) We’ll be making the Hoss hooks in the 3/0 for the upcoming Power Prawn USA Jr lures, and that size fits 3 to 4 inch paddletails nicely.
got my personal best red today 3rd cast on power prawn USA..!!!!!
This makes me so happy!!! Thanks so much for sharing the great report Joseph.
Just received my Power Prawn USA lures. Can’t wait to give them a try!
So glad to see that you received your lures!
have you done better with the slam shady or natural color?
The natural color was the first one we made, so that’s the one I have been using most. I think it’ll work best in clear water while tye slam shady color will prob have an advantage is murky water.
this new lure looks good. You must have thousands of old lures.
Just ordered the power pron for the first time. I’ve been using the Shady EZ shrimp. Look forward to trying and comparing these. Great video and instruction.
Thanks for ordering the new Power Prawn lures Dan! I am confident you’ll see a bigger avg. catch size as compared to the EZ shrimp lures.
Awesome Luke, this is the best in/on the water video & audio ever! Always enjoy your concise demonstrations and tips.
Thanks so much for making time to post the nice comment!