Bass Pro Shops® Squirmin'® Laminated Lizard

   

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Black Blue Glitter

Black Blue Glitter

4"

15

Model:
4PL-01

Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

4"

15

Model:
4PL-03

Watermelon Chartreuse

Watermelon Chartreuse

4"

15

Model:
4PL-04

Grn Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper

Grn Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper

4"

15

Model:
4PL-05

Brown Orange

Brown Orange

4"

15

Model:
4PL-07

Pumpkin Chartreuse

Pumpkin Chartreuse

4"

15

Model:
4PL-08

Black Blue Glitter

Black Blue Glitter

6"

10

Model:
6PL-01

Black Chartreuse Glitter

Black Chartreuse Glitter

6"

10

Model:
6PL-02

Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

6"

10

Model:
6PL-03

Watermelon Chartreuse

Watermelon Chartreuse

6"

10

Model:
6PL-04

Grn Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper

Grn Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper

6"

10

Model:
6PL-05

Brown Orange

Brown Orange

6"

10

Model:
6PL-07

Pumpkin Chartreuse

Pumpkin Chartreuse

6"

10

Model:
6PL-08
Slimmer, softer and ideal for Carolina rigs, the Bass Pro Shops Squirmin' Laminated Lizard sports curly, high-action limbs and our proven Squirmin' Tail which creates a very attractive ''live'' motion. Great in deep or shallow water, the laminated lizard is natural looking with an effective two-color contrast molded into every bait.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by brake apart This is the second package I bought,They seem to come apart right at the mouth where the two different colors meet. March 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by love it one of the best lizards out right now get them thy are great comes in so many colors great buy last long ive caught up to 8 fish just on one May 12, 2008
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what is the best color

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It really depends on where you fish, and what the forage is. I spend the majority of my time in clear water, so I lean toward more subdued, natural colors. Darker water = darker colors.

You usually can't go wrong with some variation of green pumpkin or watermelon as a starting point.
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it depends on the water clarity you're fishing... use more natural or muted colors in clear water, darker or contrasting colors in dirtier water. My all-time favorite color for nearly all soft plastics is watermelon with red/green/black flake... next would be a pumpkin seed with black specks - but where I live, the water is quite clear. In muddy water, solid black is killer.
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