When the bite gets tough on a highly pressured lake and barometric pressure and high skies enter the equation, it may be good to go "silent" to get a few more bites. The Stanford Patriot 1.5 offers one solution for getting fish to bite in tough situations. Silence is deadly.
Because it is cedar and has no rattles, it has characteristics that give it a quiet presentation, good deflection and high buoyancy. The shape of the bait mimics shad well, and the circuit bill produces a tight side to side action that makes weary cold front fish bite. It runs 2-4 foot and can be fished through grass clumps, over rocks and around wood effectively.
Check out our full review of the Patriot Shad, here.
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