October 07, 2013
By Ned Kehde
Midwest finesse anglers are perpetually in search for a new grub to affix to a jig, such as Gopher's Tackle Mushroom Head Jig.
Consequently, a member of the Finesse News Network posted a brief note asking if any finesse angler had seen and used the three-inch Molix RA Shad Swimbait.
This request provoked us to post this blog that describes some of the attributes of this soft-plastic swimbait that is said to exhibit a real-action shad.
It is made from a high density silicon mix that is enriched with a fish scent.
Its hydrodynamic design, which is endowed with a ribbed torso and thin tail that is fitted with a boot, is said to provide it with excellent stability and an alluring swimming motion at slow- and fast-pace retrieves.
It is available in eight colors: green-pumpkin, orange pumpkin, smoke sunrise, white shad, yellow back, sedusente (which is a sexy-shad hue), and savetta (which has a pearl belly and black back)
A package of five can be purchased for $4.99.
Endnotes: Here's hoping this short blog will generate some comments from anglers who have used it. The comment section below the blogs is an excellent place and way for anglers to exchange information.