The Lucky Craft iLV50 is a blade style vibration bait designed to mimic baitfish species predatory fish feed upon. The iLV50 is a throwback to some of the most effective shad imitation lures of all time; similar to the silver buddy style blade lures. Lucky Craft's unique iLV50 features a detailed head section similar to the LV lipless crankbaits, which covers the front half of the bait giving way to a thin metal body section from which the "blade" name is derived. The key to the lure's success is the contrast of the thin metal to the thicker head section. When retrieving the Lucky Craft iLV50 with a steady cadence, the lure will remain down in the water column as a result of the drag the head section creates. Most anglers fish blade baits with some combination of a popping/sweeping of the rod forward and then reeling in the slack. When given slack line, the iLV50 will shimmy down through the water like a coin tossed into a fountain - back and forth reflecting light like the scales of a shad. When trying to forage fish, it's important to note that predatory species of fish are more likely to attack a weak or dying baitfish so alter your retrieve accordingly.
The Lucky Craft iLV50 is available in two sizes corresponding to the lure's weight 10g and 14g all models measure 2" in length.