Gary Yamamoto Single Tail Grubs - 5''
The Yamamoto grub is totally awesome. The tail swims when retrieved, and it looks great fished any way. I've had alot of trouble fishing Senkos because they get torn up so easily, but the grubs are not such a case. They actually last pretty long in comparison with Senkos, and a little bit of super glue on your jig head will make it last even longer. Great bait, I even caught a five pounder on it this morning!
May 23, 2009
North to South, Gary Yamamoto is the best!
I have used these quality baits from Spring Hill, Florida, all the way to Watertown NY, and they work in every climate and condition. Gary Yamamoto worms and grub tails offer a soft body that gives easily when bass strike. The ribbon tail gives off a consistant action that prompts aggresive strikes everytime. The biggest bass I've ever landed was 14 llbs. 7 oz. I caught the bass on a smoke colored Yamamoto grub tail with a 3/8 oz bullet sinker and 8 llb. test. Just take a few extras with you because the soft bodies (that allow the a quicker release of the hook!) will easily break and you find yourself going through quite a few. Try them out if you haven't already, you won't be dissapointed.
April 24, 2008
the idea is there
these do get strikes...but... the tail tears off too easily. most often when fishing for bass in the mid-west you are fishing water that is also infested with bluegill... one hit from these pesky fellas and the tail is gone. never before have i had a grub tear so easily.
fix the tail issue and i'll buy them by the hundreds but until then i'll get my grubs elsewhere.
April 10, 2008
Great search bait
This is a great all around bait, Fished with a
1/8 or 1/4 oz. jig head and a stop-n-go or steady retrive, slow or fast, it's hard to beat.
I wish Bass Pro Shops would offer more colors that it comes in, the smokes with flakes ( black, red, copper, gold, purple ect.)
are awesome. The 5" super grub is another that they should carry
October 14, 2007