Bass Pro Shops® Mini Tube Kit - 446-Piece
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Mini jig tubes are an irresistible meal for wary crappie. Just cast one in and watch the feeding frenzy begin! This complete Bass Pro Shops® Mini Tube Kit includes 425- 1-1/2" mini tubes in popular, fish-catching colors, 10- 1/16 oz. jig heads, 10- 1/16 oz. tube jig heads, and to keep everything organized, a durable 360 series utility box.
Colors in kit may vary from image shown; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5 out of 5 by mikewolo great assortment
All good colors and a great value. Highly recommend
April 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JimatSML Great 446 pc assortment
Great assortment of color combinations. I had enough in my assortment to split my order with a friend. We did however order different lead head squirt heads of hooks to cover all fishing conditions. My friend and I have both caught fish on these. He has caught crappies and I have caught bream. There is a great article on how to fish the mini squirt tubes and hooks In last months North Carolina Wildlife magazine.
May 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by konigka Excellent!!!
I'm relatively new to Crappie fishing so I wasn't really sure what worked and what didn't. I bought this set for a weekend fishing trip and WOW do these things catch fish!! Not only have I caught a lot of crappie on these, I've also caught a cat fish, bass, and bluegill. You can't go wrong with this set!! You will thoroughly enjoy!!
May 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheMagnet Bread and Butter
If you have kids, get this kit! Cast them, troll them, anchor and use a bobber--it doesn't matter. If there are crappie nearby, you will get bit. I bought this kit 23 years ago (still have a few of those left!!!). I have caught thousands of crappies with this product. Here are some suggestions for fishing them:
1) Use the round 1/16 oz. jig head (the tube style head will tear them up) and 1 tube will catch many fish.
2) If float fishing, use a slim bobber with a spring as opposed to a slip bobber. You will get much better action this way and exceedingly more bites.
3) Troll them around small lakes on hot summer days and look out! No minnow required.
March 7, 2011
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