Gambler® Ugly Otter
Comes loaded with salt and garlic flavor, the Ugly Otter sports a supple, ridged body equipped with a tapered tail and two appendages that drives bass absolutely wild. Fish it "as is" split or trim the tail and arms, or cut'em off.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Blueheel Solid Lure This is a great lure useful in a wide array of applications, texas rigged, flipped, carolina, heck we have even caught bass while trolling this lure! One of my favorites. May 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by speedy1 awesome fish catcher This bait catches fish, Northerns,Bass even bullheads. Downside is they dont last long. May 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GRANDPAMEL Flip Bait Excellence Tough to beat this one Flipping in heavy cover. Black/Blue, Pumpkin and June Bug are all outstanding on Lake Okeechobee. Try slitting the tail and the side claws. Inspect the bait and you will see it's outlined for you. Really improves the action. April 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by johneh ugly otter I use the ugly otter as a trailer and texas rigged by itself and have had great time using them and have caught both small and large mouth bass on both rigs. October 24, 2011
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A:It's all about HURRICANE!
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A:Any and all...but the green pumpkin is a staple
A:The Best Colors I Have The Most Luck With Is Water Melon Red, Green Pumpkin,
Details:I got these for Easter and don't know how to use them.
A:Texas rig them or add them as a trailer on a jighead. Can't go wrong, these have worked well for me and my family/friends.
A:Texas style with a bullet wieght seems to work great for me, i have also Caroline rigged them.
A:I Texas-rig these baits. The amount of weight will be determined by the density of cover you are throwing to. I pitch to a lot of heavy cover with these , so use a heavy braid line and either 3/8 or 5/8 weight. If you use braid, do yourself a favor and use hooks with spring locks or something similar- it will reduce the amount of damage to the baits from the braided line. Really thick slop, I'll use a bigger bait, heavier weight and a punch skirt. The Ugly Otter, along with Gambler's 10" Ribbontail Worm, are my go-to plastics. Also a fan of their Cane Toads. I think the heavy garlic scent makes a HUGE difference! Good luck!
A:quarter oz or one eighth fished weedless under docks or added to a Carolina rig. I choose the 3.5in. added to a finesse jig five sixteenth such as a Stacey jig in watermellon green with a black skirt.
A:I use a number 5 weighted hook and rig it Texas style.
A:Use an extra wide gap hook, at least a 4/0 if not a 5/0, or a jig with a very long shank hook. Whichever you choose, you need a hook that will allow the "meat" of the lure to get away from the point so it can do its job.
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