Before you hit the water, make sure you have gear in your tackle box that's approved by the pros with the Berkley Flicker Shad. Press play to learn more about the Flicker Shad from a professional fisherman.
A collaboration between Berkley and fishing pros, the Berkley Flicker Shad precisely imitates a fleeing baitfish to attract aggressive strikes from bass and other gamefish. With a unique weight transfer system, the Berkley Flicker Shad provides an increased casting distance while also helping to balance the lure on the retrieve. Each flicker shad is tested individually for performance straight from the packaging. Plus, the Fushion19™ hooks are both durable and reliable. For realistic movement, try the Berkley Flicker Shad.
Individually tank tested
Equipped with sharp Fusion19™ hooks
Size, profile, and dive depth imitate real shad
Weight transfer system for better casting distance
Love These Flicker Shads and so do the "Eyes" It's like I found the "secret weapon" I'm not sure what it is about them but they are just plain irresistible. I've used other cranks but not with the same consist results. They advertise slow rise which I think is the key when you want to keep them down at slower speeds. I used them on 1/2 dozen consecutive outings this fall with the same results. Can't wait to use these in the spring!
Works as advertised. Swim well. Caught 3 walleyed on first trip out. The only reason this is not a 5-star review is the hooks broke on two of them...both with the fish in the rubber net. Replaced them with a heavier duty treble. We'll see how they do.
One of the best crank baits I’ve used. The colors are so real and runs straight. The exclusive color ones only to Sheels are the the ones I’ve had success with. Walleyes love the lure. Bass also strike these lures.
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They work fairly well besides the tuning out of the box. I have ran numerous flicker shads and have trouble trolling them and keeping them on track either brand new or after a few fish. The good side is they do catch fish.