Best New Lure For Catching Big Reds, Trout & Snook In The Fall (VIDEO)


We’re coming into fall season…

That means BIG baits and BIG fish!

That’s also why we’ve been working behind the scenes on creating the ultimate lure to catch big redfish, speckled trout, and snook (and these new lures are finally ready for purchase today)!

Here are just a few of the reasons this could be the best lures we’ve ever used in the fall:

  • New 5-inch aerodynamic paddletail mold that will literally BOMB through the air (letting you make super long casts to reach the feeding zone)
  • Rigs weedless in seconds
  • One of the best-skipping paddletail lures we’ve used (perfect for skipping under docks and mangrove trees)
  • Large enough and tough enough material to avoid getting ripped apart by small pinfish and other lure destroyers
  • Made in the exclusive Slam Shady® color

Check out the new lure and how to use it in the video below.

Best Lure For Big Redfish, Trout & Snook In The Fall [VIDEO]

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Large paddletails, like this Slam Shady BOMBER, are perfect when rigged on a weighted swimbait hook.

You can absolutely BOMB this lure, plus it skips incredibly well.

They also have great action underwater to entice fish to strike, and big enough to avoid the pecks from the small pinfish.

Finally, this paddletail goes weedless in seconds making it easier than ever to get your bait into structure.

Click here to get a pack of these exclusive Slam Shady BOMBER lures now

Have any questions about these lures?

Let me know in the comments below.

And if you know someone who is frustrated at not being able to catch spooky fish, please TAG or SHARE this with them!

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Kenneth Laube
1 year ago

Luke, I noticed you and Matt manually release your spinning reel bail following a cast rather than use the retrieve handle. Do the reels last longer when you release the bail manually? Thanks.

Luke Simonds
1 year ago
Reply to  Kenneth Laube

Doing it manually decreases the odds of wind knots… probably helps increase longevity of reels too.

3 years ago

ya my brother has that baits big snook red fish

Richard Natoli
3 years ago

Just in time for the fall striped bass run up north! Awesome!

Luke Simonds
3 years ago
Reply to  Richard Natoli

Yes, these lures should be great for striped bass too.

Last edited 3 years ago by Luke Simonds
Thomas Moran
3 years ago

That’s going to kill stripers too. Very similar to the Z-Man 5″ Scented PaddlerZ in Slam Shady pattern.

Luke Simonds
3 years ago
Reply to  Thomas Moran

Yes, it should work great for stripers because it’ll cast significantly farther than the 5″ paddlerz lures given the extra mass it has from being more dense and thicker. We have slam shady lures in the 5″ PaddlerZ mold too and they are awesome in the fact that they are stronger (this new model casts farther but can get torn easier).

Thomas Moran
3 years ago
Reply to  Luke Simonds

Being denser means its sink rate is going to be a bit better too. I’ve also got a rod rigged with 5# PowerPro braid since you demonstrated how the braids fight at double their strength rating – if you want to see a rocket, try 5# braid sometime, wow. Yes, if I hook stripers north of 25″ then I’m pushing the boundaries a bit, but what the heck.

3 years ago

Do you recommend these for inshore flatfish in the Pacific Northwest?

Luke Simonds
3 years ago
Reply to  Aro

I’ve never tried these for flatfish in the Pacific, but if they feed on baitfish in the 4+ inch range up in the shallows then it’ll surely work for them too.

Douglas Furnback
3 years ago

Luke are you using a 4/0 Twistlock hook with this bait?

Luke Simonds
3 years ago

I like both the 3/0 and the 4/0 for these lures… the 4/0 is a bit better for fishing the open water since it’s gap is wider, but I prefer the 3/0 when fishing tight to structure because it’s more weedless and skips better. For both sizes, here are the ones I like best:


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