Ima flit is another one that catches in that deeper range. Will be interested to see how the 110 +2 does this year.
I’ve mentioned this before because I fish waters loaded with pike and we know how pike love to munch on Visions and! Contrary to common belief, we/you can throw them using short and low lb test wire leaders with little to no effect. Bass do not seem to care at all. All last year we used eagle claw 5” 12lb wire but I went to the 8” model after a big pike engulfed and ran off with my Vision & leader. Again, Bass do not care and the bait still has all the darting action. Using the 8” We had excellent numbers and size days in late December & early January during the only warm front we had in northern Illinois this winter. The added benefit? You’ll catch some really big pike as well.HobeyBaker wrote:Maybe the new Vision 110 +2? I do like the Shadow Rap Deep. Too many northerns around here to throw a 110 all the time.
It was windy and I was on my kayak, but so far a very temperamental jerk!
I am late to this party; but needed to confirm my results fishing this bait from last year. This bait preformed better then expected.
Duel Hardcore longbill jerkbait 90.
It is the same wait as the stayee at 7/16
depth 10 - 12 feet compared to 8 - 10 of the stayee.
Price is cheaper (compared on TW)
I found the action to be responsive next to the boat which translated to being more lively at the end of the cast.
When i twitched the bait sometimes it would have a tail down orientation the next twitch would shoot the bait upwards. i saw that as a plus.
colour selection is limited i have baby bass which seems to be a discontinued colour.
species caught on it so far smallmouth, largemouth, crappie and pike. (had to cut the treble out of the pike, he wanted that bait)
Specs: 125mm, weight - 20.7g, MSRP ~2000Yen
Deep Runner in two sizes - 125mm and 110mm