Common Shiner

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Species Profile: COMMON SHINER

Lifelike Species No: ย #1005

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ย #1000 made for the Lifelike Collectionย 


+ Sinking - Swimming - Diving

+ Target for bass, pike and any game fish

+ Underwater Minnow

+ Highly detailed Minnow colour

+ Size 4.5 inches long

+ Weight 1 oz

+ Life-like details (minnow body shape, fish scales and 3D eyes/soft fins)

+ Species name on fish head

+ Rattle inside body

+ MNLC & Minnow markings on belly

+ Swimbait comes in waterproof collectors box

+ 2 sharp treble hooks with split rings and hook protectors

+ 3 segmented jointed minnow body

  • Mimics the natural behavior of a common shiner swimming in the water

  • Perfect for enticing fish in clear water conditions

  • Ideal for casting and trolling

  • Great for both freshwater and saltwater fishing

  • Durable construction for long-lasting use

  • Made with high-quality materials for a realistic appearance

  • Suitable for anglers of all skill levels

  • Can be used in a variety of fishing techniques, such as walk the dog jerk bait, fast crank bait, and slow trolling

  • Provides a realistic presentation that attracts predatory game fish

  • Enhances your fishing experience by increasing your chances of catching fish

  • A versatile and reliable lure that will help you land the big one!

SKU: CSM1005

Common Shiner Habitat

  • High-gradient streams: The Common Shiner prefers streams with a steep slope, which means they tend to have faster water flow and more turbulence.
  • Medium-size streams: The streams where the Common Shiner lives are typically not too small or too large, but rather of medium size.
  • Moderate to swift current: The water current in these streams is moderate to swift, which means it's not too slow or too fast, but rather just right for the fish to swim and thrive.
  • Clear, cool, weedless water: The Common Shiner likes its water to be crystal clear, cool, and free of aquatic vegetation (weeds). This suggests that the fish prefers a well-oxygenated and relatively stable environment.
  • Bottoms of gravel, rubble, and bedrock: The substrate (bottom) of the stream where the Common Shiner lives is typically composed of gravel, rubble (broken rock), and bedrock. This provides a firm and stable surface for the fish to burrow and hide in.

Overall, the Common Shiner seems to thrive in areas with a mix of strong currents and quiet pools, where it can feed on insects and other small invertebrates.