Comes through grass without a hitch


I’m not quite sure what you call the grass in my area; it’s similar to water willow but it’s also filled with stems that are as big around as my thumb. The bass definitely use it and it can be a big producer, but most anglers around here throw a hollow-bellied frog in it because that’s the least irritating way to fish it. I was one of those people until I started tinkering with the RaZor ShadZ. 

When I rig this trailer on the back of a Z-Man/Evergreen Chatterbait Jack Hammer, I can get it through the thickest grass patches on the lake without any issues. That may sound a bit over-the-top, but it’s the truth. It slithers in and out of those big stems with ease and if you feel it bump a chunk of grass, a simple pop of your rod tip will get it through every time.

I’ve taken advantage of this over the past year. When I find a few fish in the grass, I’ll set down my topwater lures and throw this instead. The bass never see it and you can definitely tell by the way they eat it.