OSP Dolive Shad
Conventional shad tail worms act lively when used on a no-sinker rig, but when retrieve is stopped, they sink with no action. In other words, the moment you stop, you lose the power to attract bass. But the DoLive Shad is different! Even in the free fall, it has acquired a new action that swims spontaneously, turning its weak point into a bite chance. The sight of the lure flexing its body and flapping its tail as it falls is just like of a baitfish that voluntarily heads for the bottom! In addition, while the tail swings firmly even with a dead slow retrieve, it is stable even with a fast retrieve and produces an attractive sound.