Megabass 31171 I-SLIDE 185 Slow Sinking Lure Silver Salmon

Megabass 31171 I-SLIDE 185 Slow Sinking Lure Silver Salmon

Price: $59.99
Model
TD Code
DescriptionLengthWeightTypeHooksColorPrice
31171 Silver Salmon
MBL-0095-7
I-SLIDE185185mm2ozSlow SinkingFront: #1
Rear: #2
Silver Salmon$59.99 USD

The Megabass I-SLIDE 185 Slow Sinking Lure brings all-new features to the “S-Motion” bigbait category.

The built-in MAGHOLD System generates a magnetic field behind each hook hangar, cradling the needle-sharp treble hooks alongside the I-SLIDE’s body. This not only eliminates the unnatural profile of dangling hooks for an especially deadly clear-water presentation, but aligns the hook-points for an ideal hookset.

The Megabass I-SLIDE 185 Slow Sinking Lure is designed to perform a perfect “360 turn” with a twitch of the rod to trigger bites from curious followers. Holding the hooks in place also streamlines I-SLIDE’s motion, allowing for smooth, consistent “S” swimming action during steady retrieve, and reduces slack-line tangles when executing sharp turns and 360-degree action.

Launch the Megabass I-SLIDE 185 Slow Sinking Lure into the morning mist, and this next-generation “S-Motion” big-bait will deliver the key advancements to land that sought-after monster.

3.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By lou
Brooklyn
Wow
November 11, 2018
THough pretty expensive I must say this Lure is incredibly lifelike. I was very skeptical in what is intended for lol, I was so afraid in throwing this lure in the water and losing it. After a few dreading days I had the gut to use it and must say wow it's so lifelike side to side movements. I haven't caught anything yet, wrapping it up for the winter. but I assure you for the next summer this lure is coming with me for sure. Awesome lure and planning on a second one for sure.
Prosbeautiful lifelike features.
Consexpensive though there's others out there much more expensive.
By Andrew
Delta, California
Great glide
March 21, 2018
Great glide bait
Swims great, will turn 180* on long swipe
ProsSwims great
ConsChange out hooks for stripers, bigger green bass
By John B.
Tavares, Florida
Difficult to use
January 14, 2015
Purchased two of the slow sinking model, they don't sink they bob on the surface like a bobber. Water temp was approx 60 degrees F . Secondly they cast absolutely terribly. The action is all that they claim and in warmer weather this might work as a surface lure option. It will go down maybe a foot deep on longer retrieves. I haven't really caught anything on them yet during a period when I was putting 25 to 30 lbs of bass in the boat on crank baits. The magnets seem to be a good idea but, I am concerned that if I ever do get a strike on one I will loose a lot of potential hook-up with them tucked in tight as they are.
ProsWell made quality lure It's Pretty
ConsCasts less than 25% the distance of any like sized plug. Floats , does not slowly sink or suspend as expected from description"Slow Sinking"
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