The Power Prawn Shrimp Lures Are Here [New Product]

Great news!!! The Power Prawns are in stock.

The #1 reason inshore anglers struggle to catch as many quality fish with shrimp lures is due to limited depth coverage. Not only does a pre-rigged shrimp limit you to only cover a small depth range (just 1 or 2 ft range), but it also makes it tough to go weedless or add in rattles (like you can with Power Prawn).

Besides enabling us to rig it weedless and adding in rattles, these premium Power Prawn shrimp lures let you can consistently catch quality fish in water depths ranging from just 8 inches to over 30 feet deep!

Best of all, we’ll teach you exactly how to know which jig heads and equipment to use for you to maximize your fish catching results by the video-based tutorials we’ll send to you when you complete your order.

Here’s a video that shows these new shrimp lures up close:

Click here to get the Power Prawn bundle

Want to see this lure in action?

Here are some fun videos showing them catch a lot of fish:

Incredible Shrimp Lure Test Results (Flounder, Snook, & Grouper)

How To Catch Overslot Snook With These Artificial Lures

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3 years ago

Thanks. These are amazing! I just used my Power Prawn Jrs this morning and caught three trout! The only issue I had was that one of the eyeballs came off. I didn’t catch any trout with the cyclops Jr. after that, although I continued to get some bites. I do notice that on both size lures, the black on the eyeball wears off. Is there something I can use to recolor the eyeballs?

Last edited 3 years ago by Steven Micheli
Terrill Morgan
3 years ago

I noticed the prawns that I received have black eyes compared to the natural color on the ones you show. Any difference in application?

Gerard Costello
3 years ago

Any tips on rigging weedless?

Kandi Young
3 years ago

I just want to say thank you I’m so excited I just got my package in the mail this afternoon can’t wait to get out this evening and try it out thank you so much!!!

Steven Free
3 years ago

Sorry but to me it doesn’t really even closely resemble a shrimp doesn’t even have legs and it looks weird on a jighead with the eyes on the side plus they are clear and not black like real shrimp anyways not impressed I’ll stick with my chasebaits in jelly color and if I want my lure to go deeper I just pinch a split shot to the shank behind the already weight that is on the bait plus I don’t have to rig it seedless like you do with the power prawn because it comes seedless so many pluses on my end and a lot of negatives on yours sorry just tell it like I see it

Joseph Simonds
3 years ago
Reply to  Steven Free

Good points Steve, but don’t forget, fish rarely (if ever) see what we see in a tackle store. Personally, I’d rather have a lure that catches fish than one that looks “realistic” in a tackle store.

Kenneth Aucoin
3 years ago

What size rattles does the lure accommodate? I have never used rattles and didn’t know what to purchase. All my water is murky.

Timothy Leahy
3 years ago

Also Luke senior video when you were testing the shrimp. And the juice scent. Is that scent available? Ready to turn the juice loose.

Timothy Leahy
3 years ago

Love the video Luke, thank you for all the work testing that lure. Ordered the Power prawn should have it in a couple days.
Fish the saint Petersburg area as well, how do you know which docks hold fish? And how do you work those docks? As far as where to cast, to get to those big snook and other predators?
Thank you for the excellent video, been looking forward to the power prawn since I heard Marcos first podcast. Call the 38 1/2″snook. Can’t wait to get that elusive 40. Feel like this lure could get me there.

John Malerich
3 years ago

I see the jig heads do not have a keeper. Do you need to glue the shrimp to the hook wire to keep it from sliding down and bunching up?

Scott McWilliams
3 years ago

Are these made of TPE plastic?


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