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Bass Pro Shops Floating Lizard

   

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Baby Gator

Baby Gator

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-1161
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 2042525

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Black

Black

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-03
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325202

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-198
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325203

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Red Shad

Red Shad

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-403
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325205

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Black Blue Tail

Black Blue Tail

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-203
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325206

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Moccasin

Moccasin

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-444
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325209

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Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-12
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325208

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Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

8"

8

Model:
8FLZ9-392
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1325207

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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.

  • Durable soft plastic
  • Holds the hook firmly
  • Infused with 8up attractant
Bass Pro Shops Floating Lizard 4.1 5 18 18
awsome This works great when bass are feeding near the top. Just cast it out and let it sit a couple minutes. If tis doesnt work give it slow twitches, aand be ready for some monster strikes. I found it helpful to use mutliple hooks to increase strike/catch ratio, and this must be rigged withoput a swivel because it will weigh it down. works great though! August 2, 2006
the 'fixin's' this is no magic bullet but it is a good bait for fishing in the moss/pad's or weed's. i like the bubble gum and the moccasin color's, but color is a matter of choice for surface lure's. i use 5/0 straight shank hook's and 50# stealth braid with a 7 to1 gear ratio quantum b/c reel, a 7' medium action b/c trigger stick rod .a medium hvy. action fiber glass rod give's you a better hook set due to the slower action which allow's the fish to get the bait further into its mouth. i use ample amount's of smelly jelly to enhance the bouyancy of the bait and it help's the lizard slide thru most clutter. if you want a swimming lizard, use a bps squirmin' bait. August 8, 2010
Catches everything This is an awsome lizard. doesnt tear stays on th hook and most of all catches fish. Ive caught largemouth and a huge peacock bass hows 13 pounds sound great product May 20, 2009
Very effective topwater bait When I go out on some of the larger, heavily fished lakes here in Florida, I use a BPS floating lizard with a 4/0 tru turn hook tied directly on to the line. The lizard has enough weight to be able to cast it a pretty good distance. I like to use the black and green pumpkin colors mostly, but those are just my favorites. Try to land the lizard on top of a lilly pad and wait a few seconds, then slowly and quietly slide the lizard off of the lilly pad. If there are any hungry Bass below, they will explode. "Exciting fishing. November 2, 2010
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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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Both sizes of the Biffle-O lizard have a hollow tube body where foam can be inserted to float the lizard while carolina-rigging.
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