Bass Pro Shops® Floating Lizard
The Bass Pro Shops Floating Lizard is exactly the type of floating soft plastic bait you need to tackle big bass holding up in the slop, lily pads and the like. Made from durable soft plastic that feels real to fish and firmly holds the hook. The Floating Lizard is very effective when a slow twitch is employed. Infused with our revolutionary 8up baitfish flavor scent attractant.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Practicality The Sinking Floating Lizard Thought this would be good for areas where a buzz bait might get caught up in and to be able to work it slower. But... it doesn't float at all. Plus the material is very hard and stiff not soft at all. Will not work for the situations I hoped to use it for. July 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hardogger Bass (pond) i use a brown colored lizard like this and i catch alot of lrg mouth bass on them!!excellent! September 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by halfslab NICE LIZRARD Great lizard for flipping beds or carolina rigging May 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by nvrstopfishin great lure I love this lizard. I found that the light brown(green pumpkinseed) works very well. Flip under docks, cast on to lily pads or swim it back through sparse cover. It looks very realistic if you crawl it along the bottom then make it swim up to the surface for air. It needs to be more durable, though. Tite Lines. April 3, 2011
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A:I have found the floating lizards to float the same way. It is what else you place on your line coming out of your Carolina Rig that makes the difference.
First, your fishing lines are made differently, and some are more bouyant than others.
Secondly, the size and style hook you use is really important. The weight of your hook will make a difference in the bouyancy of your lizard.
And thirdly, you must decide how bouyant you want your lizard to be. If you want it to rise to it's maximum, you must use the most bouyant fishing line, and the lightest hook, and add nothing else. However, if you want it to sink more, use a sinking line, and a heavier hook.
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