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Shadalicious Score!!!!!!!

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Me an the wife ventured to the Hammond Indiana Cabelas today. I wasnt planning on purchasing much. I was investigating a sale shelf and noticed Shadlicious 5.5" swimbaits on sale for $1.88 (normally $7.99). I asked a sales man if this was legitimate, or some mistake. He scanned and said it was $1.88 a pack, needless to say I purchased 17 packs. The only colors they had were green shad and that lavendar sexy shad. I kill them on the green shad, so i was a happy happy camper. So if you're in the Hammond Indiana area and love Shadalicious swimbaits, i suggest you stop in and grab them before theyre gone.

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Great buy!

If you bought too many and want to double your money, I would buy as many

as you want to sell for $4 each, delivered. The color is not important to me.

-Kent

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sorry road warrior theyre mine. I used a gift card so im not in it financially. Im thinking these 17 bags will last me 2 years.

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Wow.... talk about right place and right time lol

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They've had that deal here in Omaha for a month now. Do you rig them a s a jig trailer or by themselves?

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They've had that deal here in Omaha for a month now. Do you rig them a s a jig trailer or by themselves?

How do you rig them?

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I rig mine by themselves on a weighted EWG 7/0 hook. Now that i have a nice supply, i might rig them up on a swim jig. I always wanted too but didnt want to waste a bait.

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I don't rig them actually. I bought a few packs a while back and never used them, and after my Cabela's trip, I've got 6 more packs. I like the small Yum Money Minnow for a swim jig trailer, and have used the bigger size alone on a weighted swimbait hook. I've just heard a lot of good things about these baits and wanted to see what technique people like them so much for.

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I like to use them like a swim jig. I throw it in weeds, wood and every other nasty thing i can find. I fish deep clear strip mines where structure often sits in 40+ fow. I cast past the structure, let the shadalicious sink to the bottom and then reel through the brush. It is a timely process and doesnt always work. But 6 of my ten top bass have come off this bait and technique. It just not a big fish bait either, i catch a lot of bass on this bait.

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We had the same deal here in MN...I tried the larger one thinking it might be a little too large, but ended up catching my biggest bass of the year on it!

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