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 2 out of 5 by birddog05 Missing the Motor Oil Color I used to purchase the (3 INCH ) spring grubs in the STP crawfish and motor oil color by the thousands. Since they no longer make these I used Appleseed Green and Pumpkin Seed and they don't hold a candle to the motor oil color. I still have a 25 pack of the motor oil color that I switch to when I don't have luck with the others and always catch many fish with no problems in both lakes and rivers. July 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by lakenut55 night fishing I have used this bait in the black and chartreuse night fishing for several years. I find when I can't get a bite on a larger bait, I downsize and catch fish on this little bombshell. To date the largest caught being 5lbs. Sometimes size does matter when the fish are finicky. July 1, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by perchmankress Perch Fishing On the weekends of 4/10/10 and 4/17-4/18/10 I was in perch fishing contests. Friends of mine and myself fished for perch with great success. The Basspro springgrub along with various other plastic products were used with great sucess. Four of us were fishing the contest. Three of us caught perch with weight's of 2.7 lbs.,2.4lbs., and 2.1lbs. I would highly recomend Basspro plastic grubs,twisters, or other products for perch fishing . We also caught some nice 4lb.-6lb. smallmouths and pike on those products. April 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigJoeK long time user great product for all types of freshwater fish! super easy to use! i even caught catfish with these! BRING BACK THE SMOKE/RED FLAKE THEY WERE BEST ONES EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! April 9, 2010
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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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