Rated 4 out of 5 by Neshman Gets them biting
This lure is great for those days when nothing else seems to work. So far I've caught big sunnies and small bass with these little guys. Would've given 5 stars but several came missing "eyes".
July 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joel1116 Stump jumper
I never thought that I would finally find a go to jig to use for catching crappies, perch, walleye and bass. This jig bait whether trolling or working it from the shore line back to the boat has triggered more bites and allowed me to hook more fish, especailly during the soft bite period. It good for pre spawn and post spawn on crappie, when trolling, I add a 14" leader that has a swivel and lead shot above swivel to get me to the bottom where the Walleye are, I only wish they produced this in a 1/4 ounce jig just for Walleye. Its a great bait for jigging and trolling.
June 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by trophyhunr awesome lure
this lure is perfect for slabs. i also have caught many bass pushing three pounds on it. i recomend the blue and white one it seemed to work the best. fish it slow up drop offs and ledges and jerk it through cover and around stumps for nice bass and crappie and also nice bluegills. the 1/16 worked well for all even for the bass you dont always need lures 6 inches long to catch a huge bass. sometimes the blade will stick just twitch it and it will spin you can feel it vibrating when the blade spins while you reel it in.
December 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dewz Great for Crappie and Bluegill
I used to fish with a Roadrunner years ago but haven't used one for years. I usually fish for Bass which I live release but I love to eat crappie and bluegill once in a while so I decided to try for some in my favorite fishing holes. Ordered some of the chartruese "Stump Jumpers" (a roadrunner knockoff) with a pink body and white tails, they worked great, I even caught a few Bass on the Stump Jumper.
July 16, 2012
Yes---Bass pro has several jig heads that would go well.They even make a weedless model.I buy the reg. leadhead and paint them up w/nail polish or model paint.Also make the eye difft. color red usually. Enjoy Good FishN
i usually just cast them up around docks or downed trees and reel them in not too fast but not too slow either you can expeirement and see what the fish preferas they can change with the weather and environment. while around docks i usually let them sink about a second or two then reel them in and around brush or trees i usually reel them over limbs in the water then let them sink then reel them over the next limb let it sink in the hole then repeat ext...
First try a steady slow retrieve with small jerks in between. That is the most effective in my book. Then you can try ripping, twitching, and jiging the bait. It may change between seasons, tempurtures, and bodies of water. Tight Lines
They are very versitile and you will be suprized when you are fishing for one species and you catch an entirely different. I have caught all different kinds of sunnfish like redbreast, pumpkinseed, bluegill, and even longeared. Plus bass and black crappie. I have heard of people catching perch, white crappie, walleye, and striper on road runners (a bait almost identical to this).
We have had great success with this lure for crappie and bluegill.U can cast and use a pump action or steadyretireve both work well.Crappie especially seemto have color preference.I ahve set up a small clear box just for these lures.While fishing stmp jumpers I have landed 2 catfish and several bass also.My lil granddaughter sorta dabble fishes them on a jig pole w/great success.Have fun Go FishN
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