Gary Yamamoto Flappin' Hog
Sometimes all it takes is some extreme vibration and big-time flappin' action to make the pigs go berserk! The Gary Yamamoto's Flappin' Hog features a heavy, compact body that produces a tremendous, fish-catching action when Texas or Carolina rigged. The Flappin' Hog is also very effective when used as a trailer on your favorite flippin' jigs.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Doctee Great bait but fragile The Flappin Hog has great action but tears after one keeper bass. Expensive but worth it when tournament fishing! October 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by JSpence Great Lure Awesome Lure. I always have multiple bags on me when i go fishing. It consistently catches fish when other lures wont and i have used them in five different colors. It just wont fail and its so easy to use. Just texas rig it or fish it on a jig, drop it and bump it. Bass go nuts. Only knock on it is durability but i get it to work. Rigit on both sides and even off to the sides and even missing its arms itll still catch fish. Try it out now. June 23, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by TEX85 Its good just a little pricey GY Flappin' Hog is a good bait that will catch bass. I used this with a jig head, weightless tex rigged and as a jig trailer. The Quality of this product is OK or a little worse. After two bass, I had to either toss it or cut the top off and use it as a trailer. For the price you pay for them, you better find some use for them once they get damaged. June 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BrianBassEliminator Perfect Purchase When I bought this lure I had second thoughts. I noticed right off the bat that this lure didn't have that much action, but that didn't stop me from trying it out. After one day of using them I realized that the action didn't make a difference. So if you are looking for a lure with a unique look definitely put this on your list. Great lure for pitching/flipping as well as jig trailers. April 30, 2012
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Details:For flipping mats and thin wood cover with bulruches, which is better??
A:I have both and i would go with the flappin hog. maybe i havent given the Kreature a fair try but thats only because the flappin hog never fails for me.
A:i like flipping the flappin hawg much better than the creature. Goes through cover well and i have found it to be a durable bait. Light cover i like to flip it pegged with a 3/0 hook and a 3/8 oz tungsten flippin weight
A:Best application is as a jig trailer, use super glue to adhere to hook shank.
A:Texas rig it or on a bass jig. Let it fall and bump it then repeat.
A:I use a 3/4 jig head and pitch it into reeds or brush and it works great!
A:I have only used thhe zoom baby brush hog. I use it with a small bullet wait and drag it slowly along the bottom.
A:7 or 5 depending on size. this is the best creature period
A:I do not know how many come in a package but it is a good flipping bait. I am 52 yrs old and my all time favorite creature bait is the zoom baby brush hog. You can texas rig it, carolina or even dropshot it. Have also bit off the front 2" of it and used it as a jig trailer. Great bait, good price and very durable
A:Different lures work better than others on the time of year. I love the zoom horn toads in the summer, and the brush hogs and sinkos in the early spring. On sunny days I use a finesse worm, and cloudy use a trick worm for starters.
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