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Bass Pro Shops® Beaver Bug®

   

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June Bug

June Bug

4"

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4BBG9-119
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Our soft plastics will catch fish -- we guarantee it! How can we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee? Simple...we're 100% confident you'll LOVE these baits!

Perfect soft plastic bait for flippin' and pitchin', our Beaver Bug features a compact, meaty body with tentacles and skirt that slow the descent while increasing the action! Beaver Bugs are absolutely deadly when fished around structures like rocks, docks, stumps and weeds. Made in USA.
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Superb on Slow Days I bought these on a whim a couple of years ago to show the local bass something different. And they were really happy that I did. Part creature, part tube, these badboys will flat out catch some big ones. I tend to throw these on slow days when there's not much action. Texas rig and throw in and around weeds. Green Pumpkin works very well in my area, but I'm sure a lot of these would. February 20, 2012
Can't miss with a Beaver Bug My personal "go to" bait. BPS created the best trailer out there when they made the Beaver Bug. Everytime I've used the Green Pumpkin June Bug as a trailer, I've caught keepers. Works great from The Potomac to Lake Champlain, cludy to clear water. I've place well in several tournaments using this, even when I was told it "wont work". Takes a pretty good beating and holds up. Tail action can't be beat. December 12, 2011
Catches Bass I've had decent luck with this creature bait, flipping in weeds and pads. I have never had this bait last more than 2 bass. Most of the time the skirt section seperates from the body after a couple strikes. But considering the price and fish catching qualities, this is a good product. June 3, 2011
Quite a Tail It doesn't look much like a beaver tail, but it has become one of my favorite soft plastics, especially after a cold front. It has heavy salt and anise scent to keep Bass hanging on long enough to make a good hook set. I got the watermelon red which has great appeal to Bass. I use it with a Stanley Swimbait jig head (1/8 oz) which has a wide gap hook, or I'll use an ordinary 4/0 "G", or 4/0 straight shank hook and a 1/8 or 1/4 UNPEGGED bullet sinker with a red glass bead ahead of it. The 1/8 oz. sinker makes for a slow, natural fall Bass really go for and the Bug's tube-like tail helps it stay level as I swim it along. Much more durable than Strike King's Rodent, which is a good bait, but lasts only for 1-2 fish while the Bug gets me 4-5 fish. October 3, 2010
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Attached to a 1/4 - 3/8 green Pumpkin, skirted jig, this can't be beat in think vegetation / weed beds.
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I like to fish these beaver bugs texas rigged with a Gambler Florida weight that that is filled with rubber which hugs the line and keeps it in place where ever you slide it to. I usually keep it tight to the hook/head of the bait, even super gluing the "Van Dam" style to the head of the beaver. I use a wide gap hook with a radical R bend to help hold the bait in place. This weight can be slide along the line to any position and it will stay there. As far as action goes, short jigging action and shaking in the weeds and lilly pads works for me. I use a MH action 7' or 7'6" Heavy rod with 30 to 50 lb spider wire stealth line. In clear water, tie on a 6' florocarbon leader with a double Uni-Knot. Buy the DVD video of Kevin Van Dam called "Pitchin' to Heavy Hitters". You'll never fish the same old way again.
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just craw like , but dont let it go to far away from the target. pop it like a jig with a trailer. theni would reel it in about a foot at a time . just trying to help.
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