Bass Pro Shops® Spring Grub™
- Big-time bass producer
- Spiral rings create sonic turbulence
- Unique swimming action
- Releases trapped air bubbles
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spiller works well here I like rubber products as I find it much easier to pack and carry them to fish with the colours do change the outcome alot so you need to try different ones until you find the colours that work in your area. June 15, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by fishingrob SPRING GRUB I found the Clear middle to be a disadvantage for attracting the fish to the lure. I got into a school of Stripers hitting shad and thry wouldnt even bite it, I changed to a more solid green color and they tore it up I even put on another lure as well and caught them, when stripers are hitting shad when you throw anything out there they will hit it! So I tried also for crappie too but no luck. so I dont think Id use this color combo again.! May 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by talon177 love um been useing them for years, great for sacalait and bass, very tough May 11, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by TOMMYD14 GOOD GRUB FOR THE MONEY GREAT GRUB FOR THE MONEY I USE IT IN SALTWATER AND HAVE CAUGHT CROCKER,FLOUNDER,TROUT& STRIPPER WITH IT I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS BAIT TO ANY ONE May 5, 2011
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Details:I haven't fished in about 40 years. Am wondering what size hooks would be appropriate for the 2 and 3 inch plastic grubs?
A:I use jig heads for plastic grubs. 1/8 for 3 inch, 1/16 for 2 inch.
A:The!!! perfect rig for this bait is Owner 1/16oz dart head jig or the Bass Pro Shops Big Bite jighead in 1/16 or 1/8 oz. The Big Bites sink slower and rise quiker.
A:Use a 1/8 OZ Jig Head and the Hook will be the right size, that's what I use for all fish!
A:1/16 oz lead head gives it hang time in shallow water
Top 100 Contributor
A:Anywhere from a size 4 hook to a size 2 hook would probably do the trick.
Top 50 Contributor
A:a small jighead 1/16 oz. will usually do the trick. if you make your own jigs, use anything from a #6 to #2 575 jig hook. good luck!
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