Shad GT is a high performance soft lure for fishing in sea and river. This lure can be used in bass fishing, fishing for pike or zander fishing.
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Shad GT is a high performance soft lure for fishing in sea and river. This lure can be used in bass fishing, fishing for pike or zander fishing.[Read more]
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- Category : NEW PRODUCTS, SOFT PLASTICS
- Type : Linear
- Rigged : Leaded head
- Fishs : Coalfish, Jackfish, Pike, Sea bass, Zander
- Areas : Fresh water, Salt water
- Packaging : bulk, blister (x6 - 9cm), (x6 - 11cm), (x5 - 13cm), (x6 - 15cm), (x3 - 18cm), (x2 - 22cm),
- Real weight : 6,25 gr (9 cm) - 11 gr (11 cm) - 19 gr (13 cm) - 29 gr (15 cm) - 50 gr (18 cm) - 85 gr (22 cm) - 200 gr (28 cm)
“Wow!! Look how it swims!”-we never tire of our customer’s typical reactions on their first outing with the GT Shad; mere words simply cannot do justice to this lure.
This silicone shad design is one of our proudest achievements, and we can’t wait for you to see why!
The GT Shad is made from high-quality silicone that is injected into a mold under very high pressure. This process adds detail and gives flexibility to the lure while maintaining excellent durability and resistance to damage from toothy predators.
The unique shape of its body gives it a horizontal rolling action no matter the weight or the shape of the jig head.
From its first retrieve, this lure will demonstrate its many effective facets; the smooth texture will reflect the light, and its new pearl-finish will magnify flash-effect.
The GT Shad’s tail is super-responsive and designed to swim even with the slightest movement – horizontal or vertical. Its versatility is undeniable during rapid acceleration or high-speed recovery. The hydrodynamics of the GT Shad’s tail moves the end of its body and creates even more vibration. No matter the speed, it will still swim true!
From the very beginning of vertical or horizontal retrieval, the tail activates and the lure sways side-to-side, presenting its shiny surfaces. These enticing vibrations are exactly what the big lazy predators have been waiting for…