Bass Pro Shops XPS Lazer Eye Floating Mouse
not so great
I've used this mouse last summer, but I noticed that it wasn't catching better than the moss mouse or the boss rat. The performance wasn't sso great and all the weeds kept got on the hook.
December 29, 2011
Very good topwater lure
With the stiff wiskers I'd rate this lure a three but after I changed the whiskers this lure rates a Five. I pulled the stiff ones out (no action and they'd drag moss) I then took a 4" piece of very fine wire and 3 strands of jig skirt about 2 1/2" long. I folded the end of the wire over the center of the 3 strands forming a holder, I then pinched it just tight enough to pull through the existing nose hole. Push the unfolded end through the existing nose hole first, then continue to pull the wire and pull the looped end holding the skirting through the nose leaving 1" of skirting on each side of the nose. Take the wire off and snip the loop which will leave you with 6 wiskers on each side of the nose which makes this a much more appealing lure. This little change has more then doubled my bass production off of these lures. I use jig skirts to match the color of the mouse I use. I've had my best luck with the chartreuse/white mouse using white or chartreuse jig skirting through the nose.
August 17, 2011
Really Good Purchase
I love this top water mouse so much. I bought it at bass pro in oklahoma city then went to my grandmas house and caught a bass on like the second cast. I caught fish and got hits all day with this mouse.
July 27, 2011
This mouse will get just as many hits as a frog would and is durable. when working heavy cover you can remove the whiskers to make it more weedless then put them back in later.
July 19, 2011