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Bubble Gum/White

Bubble Gum/White

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-BGW

Chartreuse/Fluorescent Orange

Chartreuse/Fluorescent Orange

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-CFO

Fluorescent Red Chartreuse

Fluorescent Red Chartreuse

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-FRC

Fluorescent Red/Natural

Fluorescent Red/Natural

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-FRN

Glow

Glow

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-GL

Glow/Orange Silver

Glow/Orange Silver

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-GOS

Natural/Fluorescent Red

Natural/Fluorescent Red

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-NFR

Orange Silver/Chartreuse

Orange Silver/Chartreuse

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-OSC

Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-PWFO

White/Bubblegum

White/Bubblegum

3"

13

Model:
PBHFMT3-WBG
  • Combine salmon egg and trout worm shapes
  • Lively action and lifelike appeal  
  • Floating formula keeps bait off the bottom
  • Loaded with fish-attracting PowerBait scent formula    
Berkley's PowerBait Floating Mouse Tails combine two popular trout shapes, salmon egg and trout worm, into on great bait that's deadly when the trout bite's hot on top. Offering a lively action and lifelike presentation, the Floating Mouse Tails sport different head and tail colors which present an appealing contrast in the water column. Plus, Floating Mouse Tails are loaded with Berkley's fish-attracting PowerBait scent formula which encourages strikes with an extra enticing flavor!     
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Great I was using these today and caught a trout on the first cast. it works better than live bait and very durable, I caught six trout on the same worm and still using it. I Highly Recommend them for any fisherman. February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Secret I was fishing with my son in law one weekend not having any luck with my fly rod And I noticed him down stream pulling trout out of the river one after another. He was using these lures and a spinning rod. I am a die hard fly fisherman, but you know when your beat. So I stole a mice tail out of his box and just hooked it on my fly. They hit these thing hard. Now they go everywhere with me for when the trout don't want a fly. April 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice I have not yet caught any trout on these, but they have proven killers for panfish. They stay on the hook well, and are fairly durable. March 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by mice tails at the local lake, these are a hot item in catching trout. The only problem, is that they are hard to comeby locally. No one knows what they are.Essentially, they are power eggs attached to a power worm, which if purchased separately, can cost you 7-10 bucks. Paying 4 bux for a bag of 10 or so is a great deal and they last. downside, they have instructions on back in japanese, so there is really no way of understanding on how to use them March 19, 2013
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2 years, 10 months ago
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 - Lebanon PA
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Salmon egg hook, Berkley mouse tail (hook in round head), tiny split shot 12"up the leader, and fly rod. Great in still or slow water.
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i used a size 1 drop shot hook, and fished using a drop shot rig. worked great for me.
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Use a #4 hook at the base of the ball. That has worked great for me.
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I used size 4 and 6 rigged Texas style with good results.
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 - Bedford, TX
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Hello,
I used size 10 Gamakatsu "single egg" hooks. They worked like a charm.
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 - California
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I'm guessing Berkely came up with these because the trout fishermen at my local So Cal lakes began having great success by putting Berkely trout worms on one hook of small #16 treble and then covered the hook with a blob of a floating bait (such as Berkely Power Bait). They taught me how to do it the same as you would if you were fishing with floating bait. First thread on a small sliding egg sinker, 1/8 oz. will do. Next slide on a Carolina Keeper (these are invaluable and will let you adjust the depth of your bait on the fly without having to retie). Next tie on a #16 treble. Poke the ball on one of the hooks and then adjust your Carolina Keeper and weight to somewhere between 1' and 3' up the line. Cast out and wait.
Sometimes the trout need a little action so the best way to do that without spooking them is to just grip the rod a bit tighter and this will let the bait move in a more realistic and less drastic manner.
If for some reason you don't want to use the Carolina Keeper, then replace it with a barrel swivel, but now you'll go from one knot to three and you'll have to retie when you want to adjust the length.
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 - Long Beach, CA
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size 10 treble hook
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