How Fast Can THIS Swimbait Lure Catch A Redfish???
How fast can THIS swimbait lure catch a redfish?
The Slam Shady 2.0 CRUSHED it last time out on the water for me as I stumbled on school after school of feisty redfish.
So I thought to myself, how QUICK can I get one of these fish to bite the 2.0?
Find out below!!
How Fast Can THIS Swimbait Lure Catch A Redfish? [VIDEO]
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The Slam Shady 2.0 swimbait is the most versatile inshore saltwater soft plastic lure out there.
Anything from redfish, snook, seatrout, and flounder to offshore species and more can’t get enough of this lure.
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I always thought a swimbait was an already rigged plastic bait that has its own weight already inside the bait as well as the hook the 2.0 is just a paddletail but whatever you want to call it your right it does catch fish😉👍
Hey guys, when y’all talk about trolling soft plastics, are you referring to kayaks or bigger boats ? Would like to try sometime in my CC. I guess it requires a little heavier weighted hook, maybe not?
Yes, usually when trolling we’ll target deeper grass flats (3-5 feet) and run a 3/16ths to 1/4 oz jighead (depending on how fast you’re trolling). Trout will pop up out of the grass and hammer them!
Fun out-take from your schooling reds video!
Haha, he hopped on it quick! Thanks Neal!