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Black/Blue/Silver Fleck

Black/Blue/Silver Fleck

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-BBSF

California

California

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-CALI

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-GPW

Pearl White/Silver Fleck

Pearl White/Silver Fleck

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-PWSF

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-WMC

Watermelon

Watermelon

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-WM

Bama Bug

Bama Bug

5"

6

Model:
HVMGP5-BBU

Bama Bug

Bama Bug

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMPGJ3-BBU

Black/Blue/Silver Fleck

Black/Blue/Silver Fleck

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-BBSF

California

California

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-CALI

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-GPW

Pearl White/Silver Fleck

Pearl White/Silver Fleck

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-PWSF

Watermelon

Watermelon

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-WM

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

3-1/2"

10

Model:
HVMGPJ3-WMC
  • Designed by Bobby Lane
  • Irresistible "wiggle" action
  • Fish it many different ways
The combination of body shape and tail design allows you to fish the Berkley Grass Pig as slow as you want and still maintain its irresistible wiggle action. Designed by pro angler Bobby Lane, the Grass Pig may be fished many different ways—with excellent results. Made in USA.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A-rig lures I have used the grass pigs as A-rig lures for sometime now. They work great and are inexpensive compared to others of the same size and style. A++ April 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This really catches fish Works well as a topwater or add a small bullet weight and pull it through the grass. Great swimbait action. Caught largemouth bass at all times of the year. March 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bait Absolutley love these have them in 3-4 of my favorite colors . Versatile can be used multiple ways . Never fail to catch fish . March 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My new "go to"!! Love the action on this bait! The bass SMASH it! Haven't had a "light bite" yet! Rig it up, cast it out and hang on! March 4, 2014
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Is there a hook slot?

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no
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yes there is.
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These do have a hook slot but it is in the bottom of the belly. I put the hook through and soft set it in the opposite side.
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No hook slot, use gamakatsu weighted spring lock 4/0 for the 5", and owner bullet type z for the 3.5".
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I don't imagine so a hook slot is typically found more on shad swim baits,etc..
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Just bought & haven't used yet. What is the best hook size/ hook style for these? Weightless or not? Retrieve? Thanks for your help.
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A 4/0 Gamakatsu for the 5" Berkley grass pigs will suffice. Weighting and retrieval method depends on what fish species you're targeting and how deep you need the lure to go. Found success with a yo-yo retrieve.
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I use an EWG 3/0 with the 3" and EWG 4/0 with the 5" grass pigs. Weightless or not just depends on what the fish want and how deep you need to get the lure. I would suggest using a bobber stop or peg to keep the weight against the lure. Retrieve also just depends on what the fish want. Most often I hold my rod tip high and use a medium yo-yo retrieve but don't be afraid to burn it and then let it fall close to cover. Good luck and tight lines!
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Gami 4/0 or 5/0 EWG. Stuck a 6 lber with the 5/0.
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I gave the two packs i bought away to a stripper fishing friend. They were way to big for pond fishing, and did not have the action of the zoom baits.
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Im trying to decide wether to buy zoom swimming flukes with the paddle tails or the berkley grass pigs to fish by itself, as trailers on jigs, and on alabama rigs. Which should I buy?
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As far as the A-rig, the grass pig is the better choice although I use the flukes also but in a totally different way. This time of year the fluke is an excellent bait choice for a soft jerkbait.
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using as a swim bait i have had much bettter success with the Havoc Grass Pig than with the zoom. Not sure why but a definite difference. Good fishing!
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Either works fine. Maybe a slighter edge to the super fluke based on an unexpected recent success catching fish with it in saltwater.
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Either is a great choice but I prefer the grass pig. It is more durable than the zoom swimming fluke.
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I personally use zoom paddle tail flukes when I trail up a jig but its more of a personal opinion than a fact I would try them for yourself...you may love them but I'm a zoom guy...when I bought these they didn't really hold up...I was replacing the bait every time I caught a fish. Hope this helps
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Both work well. The Berkley bait is more durable and bulkier. The Zoom baits are a little cheaper.
1 year, 11 months ago
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the grass pig!!!
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can you order them in bulk

2 years, 3 months ago
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I'm not sure that I've seen anything other than a package of 6. That seems to be consistent with other swim baits of this size.
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At this time, the Grass Pig is only available in the 6 pack.
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