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Bass Pro Shops Wreak-N-Bug Soft Plastic Lures

   

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4-1/2"

5

Model:
BP4.5WNG6-198
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1763436

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

4-1/2"

5

Model:
BP4.5WNG6-716
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1763438

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Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

4-1/2"

5

Model:
BP4.5WNG6-363
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  • SKU: 1763440

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Okeechobee Magic

Okeechobee Magic

4-1/2"

5

Model:
BP4.5WNG6-425
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1763444

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June Bug Chartreuse Tail

June Bug Chartreuse Tail

4-1/2"

5

Model:
BP4.5WNG6-212
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1763441

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Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

4-1/2"

5

  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1763443

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Cry havoc, and let loose the Bass Pro Shops® Wreak-N-Bug! This truly innovative lure (somewhere between mouse and frog) is sure to strike lust into the heart of any bass. A weighty chunk of a body with protruding eyes is followed by an extremely deep-ribbed, flexible tail with a solid tip for non-stop action. Infused with 8up scent and salt.

  • Innovative lure—somewhere between mouse and frog
  • Weighty chunk of a body
  • Protruding eyes
  • Extremely deep-ribbed, flexible tail
  • Solid tail tip for non-stop action
  • Infused with 8up scent and salt
Bass Pro Shops Wreak-N-Bug Soft Plastic Lures 3.9 5 24 24
Another great BPS lure, I had my doubts about this one, and admittedly I bought these as a joke (Junebug Chartreuse.) I rigged it up on a 3/O weightless swimbait hook and proceeded to boat 3 solid Bass within the first 10 casts. One was caught on topwater, and the other 2 were caught working this like a jerkbait through the slop. The only downside to this lure, as other reviewers have previously stated is the durability of the tail. As far as I see it, this is a trade off as the tail has a delicate action that seems to provoke Bass into a strike. With a sturdier tail I feel that these lures wouldn't have the same action, so they are just as they should be in my opinion. Simple solution, buy plenty! May 29, 2012
Bass Pro Shops® Wreak-N-Bug Review The Wreak-n-Bug works fine. The lure is highly detailed and presents great action. The BIG issue is the durability of the tail. It got pulled off easier than we would have anticipated. Understandably you sometimes have to sacrifice durability for functionality but we still would have liked more durability. August 28, 2013
Wreak-N-Bug This lure is extremely effective on bedding bass. Bass will smash this lure if it comes near their bed and they do not drop it.. If you don't set the hook quickly, they nearly swallow it. However, the baits tear SO easily. One or two fish, and this bait is done. The tail rips off too easy and the body rips too easy. You're almost afraid to set the hook unless you're positive that you have a fish because the bait can tear on a false alarm hook set. Overall, this is an excellent bait, but they don't last long. May 12, 2011
Works Well On Beds This bait works well for bedding bass. The tail has really good action when it is twitched. What I did to mine was dip the tip of the tails in some pink garlic spike-it dye to give it a little something extra. It works well Texas rigged and Carolina rigged. The only complaints I have are that the head of the bait is fairly small so it requires a smaller hook which makes getting good hooksets is a little more difficult and that it is not very durable. March 27, 2011
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Just like any other flipping bait, tho I have caught a few simply reeling it in to make a different cast.
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It's pretty much designed for Texas rigging, but I'm one for breaking out of the mold to experiment with different setups. Had issues with the tail breaking off when going for bass in the short weeds with the Texas rig, so next time out I'm going to put a big'ol jig head on it to see what happens in deeper water. Hoping to land some catfish.
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Usually Texas rigged with 1/8 weight in front
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We fish them Texas rigged.
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Seldom but sometimes I swim this bait near the bottom
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the best way is to texas rig it with a worm weight or you can go weightless
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If you don't use a weight it will sink slowly. In my opinion you're going to really want a weight though. The wreak-n-bug has a big tail that's designed for great movement. Ideally you'll want to make the best use of that tail. A weight will really help add extra movement in the lure presentation.
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It will sink slowly
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yes fished it with a size 4 wide gap worm hook SINKS WELL
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It sinks, but not rapidly. If fished over pads/weeds, the tails on these have a distinct vibration that works well. Rig them weedless with a 3/O hook and you can jerk them, swim them or fish them topwater. These things cast a country mile, btw.
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It will sink, I bought them expecting neutral bouyancy and found them to be quite dense. I threw one in a picture of water and it sunk quite quickly.
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It will sink slowly. Recommend on texas rig. Seems to catch more fish on the bottom.
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It will sink. I like this bait a lot. Texas rig it with a 3/0 wide gap hook and worm weight. and hop it and shake it.
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It sinks. I recommend using about a 1/4 oz weight though. It gives the tail more action that way unless you want to Carolina Rig it.
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It will sink but slowly. Recommend fishing texas rigged around rock piles.
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it sinks. Texas rig it and hang on!
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Sink slowly.
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