Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits - Yama Tubes
Crappie, trout, perch and bluegill will take an intense liking to Gary Yamamoto’s Yama Tubes. The versatile, hollow-bodied Yama Tube soft baits are designed to be rigged with a jighead and their skirts offer a tantalizing pulsating action that fish hammer. Yama Tubes are also a good choice for post front conditions when downsizing bait size is a must for bass. Length:1-3/4’’. 15 pack.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by jer2556 great colors/slow shipping all of Yamamoto colors, either tubes or tails work great on Crappies. Really sold on this item. Allow plenty of time, very slow on shipping when the item shows in stock. May 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BrianA1 Yama Tubes These are the best made tubes on the market. Great colors, durable and good action. January 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bldfish4u Crappie Tube I bought the green and chartreuse Gary Yamamoto crappie tubes on Sat. January 23, 2010. I went fishing on the 24th. Murky water and rainy, windy, cloudy weather conditions. I used one of these to fish with and caught my limit of crappie within just a little while. These are a great bait! January 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by CrappyFisher great jogs I was fishing down at Rend Lake in Illinois about 10 years ago, and the old boy at the bait shop reccomended these to me. Well, I bought a couple bags and man did I catch fish. I've had the same bag of assorted tube jigs since then and finally ran out a couple weeks ago. I went out and bought a couple more bags right before Labor Day, and went out fishing that weekend. Low and behold, I caught about 80 crappie, bass, and bluegill over the course of two days, tipped with beamoths and bare. Good to see these little boogers still catch fish! September 16, 2009
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A:for the tubes I have good luck with 1/16 oz. tube jig NO. 4 red hook, for tails 1/8 oz. no. 4 red hook. slow retrieves w/stopping it on drops.
A:I use mainly worms but am trying to get onto the tubes but from what I am reading if you are on a river with a good current find the right weight of a sinker to get it down slowly and when you feel it bounce on bottom pull gently give it a few reals and then keep jigging it and let the current work the tube to get the hungry to pounce, with my worms when I feel a hit I stop working it and wait a few seconds and when I begin to real again they usually hit it again hard, I know tubes are as good but I need to really work them for a while for better results here, remember that rubber can be better than real in my opinion but you need to learn what way to work it as every lake, stream or river is different so do not give up just keep working it differently until you find what it is the big guys want.
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A:bubble gum didn't work at all, natural worked GREAT
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