You want to catch a big bass, you've got to get his attention...
When Berkley's Power Hawg first burst onto the bassin’ scene, most figured this soft-plastic bait was destined to be banned from tournaments – it simply caught too many fish. Still true to this day, this durable creature bait is deadly regardless of how you rig it. The Hawg’s long flapping appendages create an unbelievable action that big bass can’t resist, especially when combined with the fish-attracting power of PowerBait®.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Badxrine Great bait
Have had great luck with this bait. Peg your bullet weigh about 5" above the bait with a toothpick and retrieve with a slow double pump with your rod. Works for me. Bait is a little soft. Usually two fish or two bite limit on one bait. Maybe that's why the fish like it so well. Good luck and Semper Fi.
March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JamesFromPocola Berkley Power Hawg
I have been using this bait for a few years now, works really well. I can catch fish on it when nothing else works. I like the camo and green pumpkin colors. Use the 5" for big bass like the one in my picture caught on a camo 5" power hawg.
July 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheBassClown I Believe in the Power Of Hawg
the Power Hawg has proven to be the best bait I have ever used. Having graduated from strictly worms, to creature baits I finally found the Power Hawg. Yes, there are others on the market but for me this bad boy catches more bass then anything i have used. Texas rigged its a bass catchin fool.
June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thomaston08 Great for C-Rig
I used this product recently and was very pleased. The scent and the action produced many bites carolina rigging it. I caught fish with green pumpkin and june bug. The only problem was that usually one good bite and I would have to replace. However, I would give gladly take the payoff for catching fish on 'soft' soft plastics.
May 31, 2012
I really like using natural colors such as blacks, browns and greens. However, my opinion; it really depends on the clarity of the body of water you are fishing on. The clearer the water, the more natural color in lure selection. If the water is really murky or turbid, brighter colors may do the trick. Just experiment and see what the fish tell you they want.