REBATE Berkley® PowerBait® Magnum Floating Power Eggs®
- Proven fish-catching formula and performance
- Perfectly sized for smaller hooks and lures
- Buoyant enough to float a size #10 hook
- Excellent choice for light tackle rigging or finesse presentations
- PowerBait scent and flavor draws fish from a distance
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Puddleweaver the best Only egg product I use. Our limit here is 5 per day per person. I have fished for the last five days straight including today & limited out each day with this product as did my fishing buddies, I have made believers out of more fisherman with this product than I can count. Sense Berkley Gulp came out I limit out too fast unless I take a break every 10 min. or so. GREAT PRODUCT April 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by budweiser2 good bait I HAVE USED THESE EGGS EVER SINCE THEY HAVE COME OUT FOR FISHING I REALLY LIKE THEM ALL COLLORS BUT THIS COLOR IS MY BEST ONE I USE ALL THE TIME WISHED THEY MADE IT IN RAINBOW TOO. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by workspa Lemon/Lime & Bubble Gum Lemon/Lime seemed to produce more fish but Bubble gum did catch fish. Love the fact that you can catch multiple fish on the same egg or eggs makes the bait go a long way. Caught fish with both multiple eggs on the hook and with just 1 egg on a size 10 hook April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ranger63 Good Value I've used these baits for several years and always have had success. I use the pink color on Rainbows on the Cranberry River in WV. They catch fish and that is the bottom line. April 1, 2013
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A:I like the Berkley® Gulp!® Minnow Grub, they come in 2" or 3". The color would depend on the clarity of the water and weather that day.
These will also catch you crappie, gills, northern, perch, etc. There is not much I haven't caught on these.
A:That's a tough question, as the typical feeding habits of fish in one lake or river may be completely different from those of another. While there are several options that may work (such as the grubs, minnows, worms, and leeches) the best idea may be to consult your local conservation agency. The fisheries biologist should be able to tell you what the main forage base is for the fish in the lake. From that point, you would need to match the major forage species with your bait (what we call matching the hatch), all while taking in sesonal and weather patterns (in which your conservation agent may be able to help you again).
The best advice would be to research your location first, and then expirement with that bait until you find whats most productive for you.
A:I don`t know, never counted them. Probably 25 or 30. They are so tough that you can catch 2 or 3 trout on the same egg, before you need to change it. A jar will outlast 3 or 4 jars of Power Bait.
These can also be used on a fly rod.
A:Enough to serve you about a month or a month and a half.
Details:Recently returned from a trout fishing trip and had a lot of these left in the sunrise color.
A:Will work for blugill and other panfish. Just don't use a huge piece since they have smaller mouth's. Also works for bass and trout. I reccomend a size 8 hook for those blue gill and panfish.
A:Works great. Found that Sunrise seems to work best for them.
A:To add to the answers that have already been given, the Berkley Crappie Nibbles (very similar to these baits) also work well on bluegill and other smaller panfish.
A:I mostly catch bluegill with these, and lots of them. I've also caught numerous crappie and even a few Channel Cats.
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