Bass Pro Shops® Tri-Color Crappie Grub
The proven Bass Pro Shops Tri-Colored Crappie Grub sports three distinct color laminations which give panfish exactly what they want! The Tri-Colored Grub's light underbelly design presents a natural baitfish profile while the contrasting, high-action tail provides the trigger that makes crappie strike like mad.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassboy09 my crappie buddy this is another great lure works in almost any conditions March 22, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chugbug Great for Crappies I just started using these triple color grubs this year and I think that they are great. I have been catching nice crappies both casting and trolling these baits. The fish are crazy about them and they hold up well too. I probably average catching 8-10 fish on one before it tears up. Try several different colors with a 1/16oz jighead. March 31, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by gettum gettum I have been using the number 34 2 inch grub for crappie, warmouth, and brim. I have caught these pan fish when live bait could not. I am truly amazed at the results. All of the freinds I go fishing with have bought some for themselves. I jig with the bait in the brush and weeds with great results. I would recommend the bait to anyone who does pan fishing. Yours truly gettum November 9, 2006
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Details:and are they good on a baitcaster for bluegill
A:I use a 1/16 oz. jig head with pretty good results. I dont know about the bait cast reel-Ive never used one. But I would think theyre small enough for bluegill
A:I use them for all types of pan fish, 1/16th & 1/8th oz. I prefer a 5' or a 51/2' rod with a ultra light spinning reel.
A:even if im fishing bass a use 1/64th or 1/32nd oz they like the slow fall when i jig it the bobber makes it come up and then i let it sit until it drops to the bottom and keep repeting this until i get a bit and they take the bobber right under
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A:1/16 - 1/8 oz. jigs work best for panfish. these are probably best suited for spincasting as baitcasters are usually bass fishing equipment
A:i know most are but im not certain that all are
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A:yes, as a matter of fact, they come advertised as heavy salt. when first casted, they leave a salt trail back to you and the salt is actually cooked into the grub so it lasts the whole time you fish it. give these grubs a try, you'll be amazed. pick the colors that work best on your favourite body of water.
A:depending on manufacturer it could be 10/15/20/or 25 but i have seen the 50 and 100 packs also
A:12 per pack it says in the discription read it bass bluegill and every thing like em
Details:I'm looking for the tri color you make with white and orange body and chart tail--2"
A:The white is on the other side of the yellow .
A:purchase the orange and white body and get a bottle of chartruse dye and dip the tail. will dye and will not wash out
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