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 yakman1 best grub on the market I have used this grub for the last 18 years. I call it the survival bait, because if I had to pick just one bait to use for everything this would be it. I have caught sea trout, flounder, bluefish, redfish, stripers, sunfish, crappie, perch, all species of bass, rainbow and brown trout, walleye, catfish, carp, chain pickerel, northern pike, saugeye, sauger, drum, you get the idea. It out fishes all other grubs I have used. The 2" body on a 1/16 oz. jighead is my favorite and the pumpkinseed and baby shad colors are killer. When fish get finicky and nothing seems to work this will always produce something. It works no matter what state or type of water I have fished. April 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by noad Best light gear lure I've been using these grubs for years and they catch all variety of fresh water fish. I've caught 5lb. bass on this lure. April 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rick60 Grubs I use these all the time they work alot for me on cloudy days more than on sunnuy days. March 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by MidTenFishing slow shipping they look nice havent caught anyhting on them yet. Shipping took forever and i live in tennessee, the next state over. February 28, 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
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A:Anywhere from a size 4 hook to a size 2 hook would probably do the trick.
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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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