Bass Pro Shops® Marabou Stump Jumper® Jig Baits
The Bass Pro Shops® Marabou Stump Jumpers feature very appealing minnow-style heads, plump bodies, and pulsating marabou tails. The Marabou Stump Jumper’s dimpled blade creates the flashy, baitfish-like action predator fish are watching for.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by iduseroadrunners So So Not as good as [the name brand ones] but they are cheaper.The eyes fall out frequently and in general they are of poorer quality than [the name brand one].If you plan on fishing lots of snags and loosing them fast it might make sense to buy these instead of the name brand ones.They will catch fish they just wont last long! April 20, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by dohls stumpjumper has strange maribou. it actually kept jig on top of water & took long time to get air out. was outfished 10-1 by a regular crappie jig April 18, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fishharder Not as good as the former design I absolutely loved the old style stump jumpers. with the pony heads. They were my go to lure and if I only had one lure in my tackle box this lure would be it. I have caught almost everything that swims in freshwater especially crappie and walleye. I recently purchased a few with the new head style and although they still catch fish they don't hold up as well as the old style. I hate to say it but the new style is cheaply made. I also have to agree with others that have tried these in so far as they need to be made heavier. I hope that Bass Pro gets the manufacturer of the new stump jumper to match the durability of the old style otherwise I would recommend Blakemore's Road Runners. June 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marabou .77 cent Great deals. On had lot on fun on another hard pro. April 29, 2011
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A:I have the best results swimming them as slow as possible without hanging up using a steady retrieve.
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A:I beleieve the answer is SLOW. Make a steady retrieve and reel as slowly as possible. Even then, you are probably reeling too fast.
A:Slow. During winter months fish metabolism slows down which allows them to live with less food intake. Typically fish don’t “chase” food with the same intensity one would see during the summer or warm water months. A slow retrieve gives a slow-to-act fish a chance.
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