The Roboworm Alive Shad is a small, soft plastic finesse bait that mimics the action and appearance of small shad and other baitfish. The Roboworm Alive Shad is a shad shaped finesse worm that is designed to be fished on a drop shot. In the ultra-clear waters of Southern California, anglers discovered the baits effectiveness when targeting pressured bass. The bait has since become a favorite among finesse fishermen. Any angler who enjoys the drop shot technique, or must succomb to it once in while, should have this bait in their arsenal. The Alive Shad is equally effective on largemouth, spotted and smallmouth bass. The most common rigging method is on a standard drop shot rig with a small nose hook.
The Roboworm Alive Shad is one of Roboworm's most effective finesse baits. Its "hand poured" style shad-shaped body is super sensitive and supple, creating a realistic and enticing action. Roboworm uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to create consistent, well-defined triple color pours every time. The dynamic color combination's give anglers different options and provide the versatility to catch fish in all types of conditions. Excellent for split shotting, the curved belly of the shad-shaped bait makes it float and glide enticingly through the water. The Alive Shad is also a great choice for dropshotting. The thin tail section offers plenty of movement even when the bait is still. When the bait gets bit, Roboworm's exclusive Salt Release System provides a burst of salt that will make bass hold on longer for a better catch ratio. Roboworm and the Alive Shad are quickly becoming the choice for recreational anglers and pros alike because of their consistency and effectiveness, especially on highly pressured fish. Made in the U.S.A.!
We offer the 3" version of the Roboworm Alive Shad in seven colors. Each pack contains 10 baits.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov