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Storm Largo Shad

Storm Largo Shad

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The Storm Largo Shad is a soft plastic swimbait lure designed for use by conventional bass anglers. This swimbait is designed to be fished on an Alabama (umbrella) rig, swim jig trailer, or on a plain jig head. By removing the paddle tail tendon, the action of this bait changes to produce a much wider swimming action.

Key Features:

  • 16 Bait Fish Color Schemes – This bait is manufactured in 16 different color schemes, all designed to attract fish and help trigger strikes.
  • Modifiable Swim Action – By removing the paddle tail tendon, the swim action of this bait can be modified.
  • Multiple Fishing Options – This lure can be fished on several different rigs to match the angler's needs and fishing conditions.
Fishing type
Conventional
Lure type
Soft baits
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Who makes the Largo Shad?
The Largo Shad artificial soft plastic bait is made by Storm Manufacturing Company, a plastic soft bait manufacturer. In 1999, Rapala acquired Storm Manufacturing Company.
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithConventional Fishing Expert Shawn Williams
by Joseph Smith on July 21, 2022 · view 1 other answer
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

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