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LFT Live Magic Shad and Sworming Hornet

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Hey guys, I just got in my order of Lake Fork Tackle Magic Shads and Sworming Hornet heads spins and head shakers. I'm planning on using them for smallmouth this summer. The river usually gets a really good spinnerbait bite on during the summer but the problem is, everybody is throwing them so its hard to show them something different. I'm thinking that the magic shad/sworming hornet combo will give the bass a similar look to the spinnerbait, but it will also offer them a more realistic baitfish profile. My question is... how big do you think I can go in regards to the size of the magic shad. I want to go as big as possible without being to big for the fish. Obviously the 8" size is too big but do you think the 5.5" size might produce, if not would the 4.5" be better. I'm targeting 4lb+ smallmouth so I want to give them a big profile without being excessive. Any opinions? Anybody use the magic shad/sworming hornet combo before?

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Shhh...(4 1/2")...don't tell anyone else.

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Mississippi River Smallies here in Minnesota smaller than the 4+ pouders you're targeting have no problem with 6" Gambler Flappin' Shads so I'm guessing the 5.5" will work just fine also. I like your idea of teaming the Live Magic Shad with the Sworming Hornet heads.

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I've done well using 6" Yamamoto grubs on a blade runner spintrix, I haven't tried it yet with Magic Shad trailer.

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