Chompers Lizard

   

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Dark Melon Pepper

Dark Melon Pepper

6"

9

Model:
L6S9-9
  • $4.19

  • SKU: 587558

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

9

Model:
L6S9-1
  • $4.19

  • SKU: 587552

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

9

Model:
L6S9-2
  • $4.19

  • SKU: 587553

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

6"

9

Model:
L6S9-8
  • $4.19

  • SKU: 587557

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Leapin' Lizards, bass just can't resist hammering a Chompers® Lizard! Impregnated with fish-attracting salt and garlic flavor, these Chompers Lizards sport finely detailed, super-soft plastic bodies. The Lizard's flavor and irresistible soft-body combined with their seductive, super-wiggly action means your live well will be fully stocked with bass in no time at all.

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Great One of the best lures I've ever used. I caught 25 bass and a big bluegill yesterday on this just fishing a very limited stretch of shore. I used the watermelon seed color but now I plan on getting a few more bags with a couple of the other colrs. May 22, 2012
great buy i love this product it is one of the bst out rite now it comes it great colors catche fish and lots of them May 12, 2008
Great Lizards I have fished with other lizards but this one has produced the most fish for me. It has a strong garlic scent that makes fish hold on longer. It is super soft yet still a durable. One lizard can last multiple fish. Rigged weightless it has a real slow fall that drives bass wild. I have caught many fish while the lizard is on the fall. It is a great bait that has caught me many good size fish. March 19, 2008
Will always get I caught huge basses with it. Its the best. I would reccomend it to all of you. September 5, 2007
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Are lizards good for think cover?
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carolina or texas rig, and yes there good for thick cover.
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If you want to use a lizard in thick cover, they work best on a Texas Rig with a 1/4 ounce weight. A lizard will punch through some cover, but nothing super-heavy. For getting through heavy weeds like hydrilla, a Berkely Havoc Devil SPear works well.
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I think the best way to rig a lizard is putting a bullet weight on the line for a carolina rig.
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YES! In the summer I often rig lizards weightless with an extra-wide gap hook and drag them over thick weeds and lily pads just like you would a frog. You can also rig them texas style with a pegged bullet sinker and flip them into the spaces between the pads... GREAT way to catch big fish!
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