Bass Pro Shops® Triple Ripple™ Grub
- Swim solo or rigged on a spinnerbait, swim jig or spoon
- Unique tri-split tail
- Fluttering action
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 96 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by chbassin25 My Go-To Grub I love to fish the 2 inch size for big crappie and bluegill with just a 1/16 jighead or the 4 inch size works great for smallmouth. I like the white in 2 inch and the white and yellow in 4. overall an awesome grub with great action no matter what the size February 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by NCfish12 Great for Any Fisherman This lure is great for fishing in ponds. Panfish and small bass will bite. All you have to do is put a head on it and you will have great results. Perfect for all ages because it is so easy to use. Only problem is that they are not very durable. Awesome bait! May 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by rmiller Great Product I have used Tripple Ripple's for several years now and they have become one of my favorites. They are durable, have fantastic action, and they come in an awesome assortment of colors. April 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spurg36 Great lure I have used this lure for years. It has been very effective on bluegill, crappie, and bass. April 4, 2013
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A:ive caught a few walleye off of this bait jigging it along the bottom on a grub with the all white version but it mainly works one crappie/white bass for me.
A:It is not one of my favorite walleye baits but I have caught some using the 3" chart tail on a 1/8 oz black jig head
A:I don't target Walleye but I have caught a few with this bait
A:These baits work for me on bass, crappie, walleye, and white bass. I ;use the four inch smoke purple in clear water, and the catch was from 1lb to 6lbs. The 2 inch baby bass work great for carppie, but the smoke purple are good for walleye also. This bait works in all area lakes here in Arkansas and for me the subtle tail action is better than the average swim bait.
A:white jig head with red eyes, bass pro brand. i use 1/16 oz heads, and occasionally 1/8 oz heads if they are deep
A:mostly white and smoke works best for us, and change jig color until you find what they want
A:I use a 1/16 oz black head with a 2" smoke body to start every trip unless the water color lets me know it won't work. Then I use a 1/16 oz white jig head and try different colors (usually starting with white and changing to chart if needed).
A:i use the smallest green pumpkin chartruese triple ripple.I would recomend using a 3/8 ounce chartruese jighead.If you find crappie they can not resist it!
A:Just a round head jig with current dictating the weight.
white with the red tail works great for me.
3/31/12 I caught 5 different species of fish with it. 4 Large crappie, 3 sauger, 2 white bass, 1 smallmouth bass, 1 rock bass. Only fished a couple hours to catch them
A:Been having success with black jig head with black and chartreuse grub. I fish for crappie.
Details:I was thinking of buying some of these for my summer trip to canada with my grandpa and i was wondering which colors people have had the best luck with? Any input is welcome too. Thanks
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A:We use white for creek fishin for smallies and rockbass. White has been the most productive in the last 2 years.
A:So far I have only used white. Smallies loved them.
A:im gong to canada in sept. ive been talking to a pro from up there via email, he says all white cause of the shiners they have there. he also recommends green flourocarbon for the line. you may want to try 3" for the walleye. a little bigger grub, a little bigger fish!!
A:White, Firetiger and black all 3". 1/8 or 3/16 jig w/o bait holder.. Slow troll using a small safety pin spinner to locate fish
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A:White has worked very well for me. I've caught largemouth, smallmouth, rock bass, crappie, walleye, perch and bluegill using them.
A:Grubs are an all around great bait to use on many types of freshwater game fish. To achieve the best results, as with any type of prospective bait that you may be wanting to throw, try "matching the hatch". There may be other considerations, but for the most part, the best way to pick your color is to try and match the forage species in the body of water that you are going to fish. While there is no comprehensive guide on this information, local guides as well as conservation agencies can help you in finding what the best color for a given time of year is.
A:Tail down. The tails catch more water on the fall without the jig head disturbing the water. Also check Mister Twister's pre-rigged jigs. Rigged tail down, and they should know, since they have been in the twist tail grub business longer than anyone.