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Big Texan

Big Texan

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-BTX

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-BBL

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-GP

June Bug

June Bug

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-JB

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-OCC

Sapphire Blue

Sapphire Blue

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-SBU

Blue Disco

Blue Disco

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-BD

Electric Blue

Electric Blue

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-EB

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-GPPF

Summer Craw

Summer Craw

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-SC

Watermelon

Watermelon

4"

8

Model:
HVMPB4-WM

Big Texan

Big Texan

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-BTX

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-BBL

Blue Disco

Blue Disco

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-BD

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-GP

Green Pumpkin Purple Fleck

Green Pumpkin Purple Fleck

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-GPPF

June Bug

June Bug

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-JB

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-OCC

Summer Craw

Summer Craw

5"

5

Model:
HVMPPB5-SC

California

California

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-CALI

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-GP

June Bug

June Bug

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-JB

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-OCC

Purple Grass

Purple Grass

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-PGRS

Watermelon

Watermelon

3"

10

Model:
HVMPBJ3-WM
  • Designed by Skeet Reese
  • Optimum action
  • Sized right
  • Ultimate flipping bait
Designed by pro angler Skeet Reese, Berkley® Havoc® Pit Boss™ Softbaits utilize the optimum action to produce bites under all conditions. The ultimate flipping bait, Berkley’s Pit Boss is sized to match the most common forage, like bait fish and crawfish. Made in USA.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Bait The pit boss is my favorite creature bait. The color choices are great as they have a variety of colors allowing you to choose what is best for the conditions you will be fishing it in. It provides great action that entices the fish into eating it. The bait is easy to work and rig. Overall an amazing creature bait. July 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Happy Can't beat the price, great action, catches fish but you must learn what technique works best for you're area. black blue, and I love the way it is texas rigged. June 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Versatile Bait I use this bait in many different ways you can texas rig, carolina rig, or go weightless and run it across the top of the water. I have had good results with all of these techniques. April 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Great Bait. I Love the Havoc Line of Soft Plastic Baits because there price. March 31, 2014
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The pitboss has worked really well for me. It is great for its dirt cheap price.
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I like The Boss because it has more action and more uses as a trailer.
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Lift and drop like a T-Rigged plastic? Creep along the bottom stop and go? Deadstick with a hop or shake once in a while?
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All of the Above
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You can use it weightless and cast it out and let it sink and then just twitch it. I just casted it to isolated cover like stumps branches weeds and leaning trees and used it like that and caught several nice ones.
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Exactly the way to do it.
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I think its really about person preference. I have caught several smallmouth bass with these guys relling in fast, slow bobbing off bottom, and even motionless.
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I fished it T-rigged and flipped shallow water trees, also pitched it in Lilly pads as well.
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T-Rigged is great - flipping works great, just drop works great.
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Yes it works great when texas rigged.
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Yes. It is pretty good with a Texas rig. I like to also not use a weight and runt it across some lilies from time to time.
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thats the best way to rig it
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Easily done.
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Yes this is the only way I have fished this bait so far. Very productive for me! I use black and blue flake on a 4/0 EWG hook and a 1/4 oz. bullet weight pegged with a toothpick.
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yes! happens to be my favorite method. Rig on a weighted swim bait hook
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yes this is great texas rigged. I have found a 4/0 hook works good.
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Yes, its the best way in grass or around docks.
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Yes you most certainly can did it myself
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What works? I picked up a bag of the tex but is it worth getting other colors as well?
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for the price of the Havoc line of lures, buy as many as you can/want
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Big Texan but the greens and black and blue work well too.
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Green pumpkin seems to be king in my experience
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It all depends on what type of water you are fishing. I personally like Black/blue flake it has been very productive for me and I would recommend it to anyone.
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for stained water go with black and blue. For clear water choose a more natural color ie. watermelons or green pumpkin.
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Watermelon and my favorite...Junebug
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hey vampire orange seemed to kill for me. keep casting!!!
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Ive caught most on big texan but id try out different colors. But i bet they all work
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I have been using green pumpkin in slightly stained water.
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Generally more natural colors such as green pumpkin, watermelon, and summer craw will be more effective in clear water while brighter and more solid colors (electric blue, junebug, black/blue) will work in a stained water situation. I use the Pit Boss for flipping and pitching in thick vegetation and have found that color is not a big factor in that situation.
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Sorry. I can only say what works on the lakes here in Missouri.
Table rock lake is a deep clear lake.
Some timber, rocks, and several coves.

Stockton Lake is mostly shallow. Lots of timber. Not so clear in most places.

My color is watermellon seed for both these lakes.
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This bait is fantastic when rigged on a shaky head. When using this bait i have caught most of my fish on it while rigged on a shaky head.
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I've never tried it but it might work.
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I would not..too bulky.
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This bait works best on shaky head, but I have used it texas rig which worked good.
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I really like the action of this bait on any jig head or a weighted hook rigged weedless.
It works very well with all kinds of retrieves.
The downside for me is that they aren't durable enough.
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good and has a thick head so it should work good. have used this bait flipping and carolina rigging but i think shaky headings work work to on beds or something.
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weighted EWG hook or a regular EWG hook with a bullet weight
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1/4 oz but I use whatever it takes to keep on bottom.
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I use a 1/4 oz. mag bullet weight. All depends on the water depth/vegetation. I personally like to use a heavier weight to keep the bait on the bottom.
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use a 1/4 oz bullet weight. Either tungsten of lead will work. If you are flipping it into thick weed cover go with a 3/8 or 1/2oz bullet weight.
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3/8 to 5/8 tungsten bullet
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A 3/16 ounce slider.
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I use a black bullet weight or a drop shot setup with a swivel so the line doesnt twist up on you. Weight varies depending on depth and current. Typically I use a 1/4 oz.
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i like using the 1/4 oz weight for all my soft plastics.
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a flippin weight.size depends on cover and depth.
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Bullet Weight
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it depends where you are fishing
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I use a 2/0-3/0 extra wide gap.
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It depends on the bulkiness of the bait. For this particular bait I use a 4/0 or 5/0 EWG Z-bend hook.
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a 4/0 hook works welll with these baits. get the owner jig rig. check them out. weight and hook connected by a swivel. gives the bait a great fall. keep casting!!!
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2/0 to 4/0
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Use a 2.0 or 3.0 hook size.
Smallmouth also hit this bait well.
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I use the Gamagatsu 3/0 offset shank or the ewg 2/0 or 3/0. If I im in a tournament I use the Trokar
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I like 4/0 with 5", and 3/0 with 3".
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depends on the type of worm (width of body)
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i try match my hook sizes tio my bait like 1/0 for aa 1 inch bait or a 3/0 for a 3inch bait
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Most popular are 2/0 for the 3", 3/0 for the 5"
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