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This one Never fails! This lure is a sure fire winner! Pure gold on the salties!
I bought these not really thinking I would catch anything on them, I was wrong. These are an absolute killer for redfish, trout, flounder and any other inshore fish you might be fishing for. By the way, chartreuse is the best color. Something about that bright color just brings the fish to you. Get these lures. You won't be disappointed.
Been fishing them since they came out and you can use them on a single hook, behind a jig, on a spinner bait or chatter bait, but the best thing to remember is to use them. They catch a lot of fish , but not in the bag. What a great bait with great action, with lots of smell, just don't put them in a coat pocket.
I have been fishing with this for a coupe of months. It is my go to lure when nothing else is working. I have caught many very good size largemouth on it. I use the green pumpkin color and fish it weightless in mainly the lily pads. It does tear easy after a few bass but it is well worth the money. It is extremely simple to rig on. The green pumpkin is a dark color but I have been able to see almost everyone of the bass hit it. I am very satisfied with it.
AH***MAZING the only problem I can see is they are soft and don't last long BUT BUT who cares they do catch fish
Bottom line they catch fish! I use them year round!
Bluegill are great for catfish bait. With this crappie powerbait I catch bait fish WHEN NOTHING ELSE GETS BITES. Amazing percentage of fish per bait used is very high. It's like fishing sniper style because one hook one bait ball equals one fish nearly every time. I use this bait in Nebraska. Plus bait is so clean to use my wife now fishes. Bait so good wife out fishes me while im trying to get my bait in water. Had to take off 2 of her fish b4 I could fish.
We have been using this product for the entire fishing season, I catch Crappie on this product but I also catch Large mouth bass, stripped bass and even catfish, I put a minnow on the hook and place a PowerBait on the hook and it will draw the fish.
I bought these thinking they wouldn't work, I just put them on my wifes bream buster so I could do some bass fishing uninterrupted. Boy was I wrong!!!! They work as good as live crickets, only difference is she will bait her own hook now,,, I still have to keep taking the fish off for her but it is fun!!!
I bought some of these after reading reviews. I figured I would keep them in my bag as backup when I have a few minutes to fish on my lunch break. I used them the other day at a small local reservoir and they were even better than I expected. I rigged them with a small adjustable round bobber small split shot and wire hook. I caught crappie and bluegill non stoo for an hour. I even had a pig of a bass that I hooked before it surfaced in a fallen tree and broke me off. Buy them! Fish them! You ... will be very happy.
I used the maggots the last couple of times out to augment my wax worm on my jig. It worked well. I then used it without the wax worm and I still got action. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I thought it would stay on the hook for more than a couple of casts.
Great bait to add to my jigs, caught lots of fish with it, recommend to all
Great product to enhance the scent of all artificial lures. Smells awful, but the fish can't get enough. Here is a pic of my buddy catching a flounder after putting some on an artificial mullet.
This product works great, only using a little and excellent results, (works)
I was skeptical about these but they are awesome. Have not caught crappies but have caught great bass.
Bought to catch specs but warmouths loved them! Nice
I've been using this since I was a kid. This is my go to bluegill bait. Stays on the hook well and will stand up to the summer heat. If you are taking kids fishing or catching bait for catfish this just works.
Purchased and sas very pleased. Item works perfectly.
Red Fish killer. Nothing but Zman in my boat for me. Here's the proof.
I was skeptical at first but I bought a pack of D-Bombs to see what all the fuss was about. After throwing a jig, beavers, and Pit Bosses on my last scouting trip I decided to try these baits. All I can say is they eat um. Often. I'm a firm believe in the D-Bombs now. Not to mention they smell so good I want to eat them myself. My only complaint is that they need to make one in a "blue saphire" color. Other than that, I 100% recommend these baits to anyone who wants to catch more fish.
Wow, so far these lures have caught 11 bass with 7 being over 3lbs. at Lake Guntersville, Alabama.
Fished on a weighted 3/0 swimbait hook in the small lake, caught every keeper bass on the pearl color. Usually fish a ripple shad but the weed over growth was too much and the grass big went to work!
I'll let you in on a little secret; BEST trailer for a Z-man 1/4 oz. Chatterbait ever made......just sayin........
I bought this lure last week to fish up near Granger Lake. Kevin VanDam says that using natural crankbaits in early spring work well and others in the area said that this type of lure was a good choice too. The new Scatter Rap bill and "baby bass pattern" tore them up. The crankbait swims so erratic (in a good way) that most fish were hitting within the first few seconds of retrieve. Pretty excited to have a new lure in the box, just bought a few different patterns today.
I have 4 of the 7 oz Snapper Slappers in different colors. These things slay red snapper. I use Spanish minnows or load it down with squid (tend to catch larger ones with Spanish minnows). The smaller red snapper do not even mess with it. I have pulled in many large snappers with this set up. This is the real deal. All the snapper pictured were caught with snapper slappers (various colors)
Bought 3 weeks ago for red snapper. Catch bigger fish when attached with bait. Not quite working without bait though.
This lure was priced more than reasonably for the results it produced. I would definitely recommend this to any fisherman/woman. I will be purchasing more in the future!
I've been using this stuff for about a month doing some heavy crappie fishing with great results. It seems to last longer than your typical attractant. A huge plus is it in no way shape or form stinks like any of the other stuff. Highly recommend it for bass or crappie.
Worked great have used several times. Fish seem to bite it harder and more consistent!!
I've been using this staple of a lure for a lifetime.When I was really young I only threw them for crappie + bass. Now I know you can use 'em for just about every species. slow retrieve for founder and reds. Faster for trout. You won't regret this buy!
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