Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 45
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scampbs Greatest jib grub bait made
I have used this product for years for Lg mouth,sm mouth bass ,walleye and northern pike and pan fish here in the lakes of the Adirondack mts of NY state with great results. Have recommended this bait to many people . They also have had great results. With this past experience I will continue using it and buying it from Bass Pro Shops !
August 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by BubbaBoBob Very good - in the right conditions
I've gone away from using Power Grubs in cold-water times. I've found the action of the tail is poor when working the bait very slowly, like you do when the water is cold and fish aren't active. The 'swimming' motion you expect from a curl-tail grub turns into just a little ripple at slow retrieve speeds. I do like the toughness of the Power Grub, much tougher than many of the other Berkley Power Baits. And in the summer time I've caught walleye, catfish, large and smallmouth bass, white bass, even big 'ol carp and buffalo on a Power Grubs. However, in cold water I prefer a Kalin's Lunker Grub. It is softer and has a wider tail, which leads to much more action, and for me has considerably out performed Power Grubs when fishing slowly.
April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GBone Power Grubs Catch Fish
I am just the occasional fisherman (about a dozen times per year on warmwater lakes and streams). Black, 2-inch, Power grubs are definitely my "go-to" bait. I have caught Bluegill, Crappie, Bass, Perch, Walleye, Pike, Rock Bass and Sauger on these. On a trip this past summer, my daughter and I caught over 60 fish in about 7 hours of fishing over 2 days using almost exclusively these 2 inch black grubs (on lead jig heads). Bass to 3 lbs, cappie to 16 inches and nice bluegill. The bigger 3 inch may be better for bigger bass, but these 2-inch grubs will catch more fish. Fun on ultralight equipment.
October 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Barnie my mistake
my mistake, ordered wrong size (wanted bigger) but they are working well anyway. Walleye and Perch are wild this year, however I am catching more with the grub than without
July 17, 2012