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Spro BBZ-1 Shad Swimbait 4"

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MSRP ($):
19.69
The Bill Siemantel Signature Spro BBZ-1 Shad is the most realistic swimbait on the market today. The BBZ-1 Shad will be available in a floating, a slowing sinking, and a fast sinking swimbait. The Spro Shad has the best action, best colors, and best quality of any other swimbait on the market today.

Key Features

–Extremely sharp hooks. Gamakatsu #2, 2x strong treble hook.
–Super durable fin and tail section.
–Counter balanced pin segments that make the lures look alive.
–Realistic swimming action.
–4 Incredible lifelike finishes.

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SPRO BBZ 1 Shad Swimbait 4"

The SPRO BBZ-1 4" Swimbait is the little brother to the 8" monster swimbait. It has an action that is very similar to it's larger brother. Slowly retrieve it in and it shimmies and wiggles as it should. Twitch it and it will do even more action.

I have used this bait with success on my home lakes around Saint Marys GA. At 4 9/16 inches and 3/4 ounce, the floating version is the one that I prefer to use. I have caught fish retrieving it just about any way you can think of, even catching one as I was burning it back to the yak to cast again.

It is easy to say this is an expensive lure, but with some swimbaits costing close to 100 dollars, I like to say this one is a steal. If you are looking for a swimbait is not a huge swimbait, give this one a try.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

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Tough, durable
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