Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Squirts - 2''
i've been using squirmin squirts for many years. they are a great bait. my complaint is the plastic got a lot softer about 3 or 4yrs ago. Where i used to catch 8 or 10 fish on one bait im lucky to catch 2 or 3 before it comes apart.I like to insert my lead head in the tube,lot of times they come apart while putting the head in.Please go back to the old compound.
June 7, 2012
Crappie for days!
Put these on a jig head or even a road runner and you're going to catch tons of fish. They're so cheap and they are my favorite crappie bait. Blue/white has always worked the best for me by far.
May 9, 2012
I use the 2inch for when I wanna catch anything and everything. I've caught panfish, small largemouths, pickerel, and turtles on these!
They come in every color combination you could ever want, whether its outrageous ones for super high visibility or something a little more natural and inconspicuous for high pressure days. They last a while and work great under a float just hangin there. I use a stop and go retrieve, letting my stops last for 30 seconds even a minute. They really get the job done.
The best part is that I like to stuff crappie nibbles into the tubes onto the hooks, so as they sit there they're releasing all that good food smell to get their attention.
I always keep a handful in several colors in my tackle box, makes for some great relaxing fish catching days.
December 24, 2011
When its hard to get a bite!
I've tried different color combinations when crappie are hard to get a bite, but the Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Squirts have come through for me better than most others. I've found it worked best in off colored water in southern Indiana. It works best to vertical jig the bait slow and add a silver Berkley Crappie nibble to give it that extra attraction. Working it slow allows the silver flakes to float slowly around and below the bait or if your in a slow current it leaves a trail to lure the crappie into the bait.
May 3, 2011