Berkley® PowerBait® Crappie Sparkle Nibbles
what you should do is smash the sprinkls in the bait. the only down side is that it falls of
June 27, 2009
flat out works
before i bought these i used the ones without sparkles and it's a totally different story
June 15, 2009
only use if you want to catch fish!
I heard that fisherman were limiting out on crappie in an hour at Stockton Lake by tipping minnows with Chartruese nibbles. I went to BPS and all they had left was sparkling nibbles in gold and silver. I thought I would try the silver. I really had no clue what I was getting into. I caught catfish, bass, crappie, blue gill. they have worked on every lake and pond I have fished. One cold day I couldn't get a bite on any lure I opened the tackle box and saw them in the bottom put one on the hook and first cast I had a 4 lb largemouth on a beetle spin. I caught fish the rest of the day. later down the road I tried the regular crappie nibbles in chartruese They didn't work as well at all. drop 1 of each in shallow water and watch. The waves knock the sparkles off then the sparkling nibbles cloud the water with scent and taste. the chartuese one just sits there. If you tip a jig with them you can jig it a few times and let it cloud up the water once it disperces the fish will bite anything you put in front of them. I fish them on everything and you will never find me without them.
March 24, 2009
I used to use plain white nibbles until I came across the silver sparkle nibbles which are the best of both worlds!! I love fishing with these b/c I dont like to use crickets or worms and unlike live bait, you can keep a jar in your tackle box. I love the sparkle nibbles b/c when the glitter comes off, you have a regular white nibble that the fish just love. I have caught bream, crappie, bass and other types of panfish on these. I leave the lid off of them a little while I am fishing and it makes them firmer and will stay on your hook longer. I absolutely love this product and I hope that Berkeley will never stop selling them!
May 21, 2008