Gene Larew® Biffle Bug & Biffle Bug Jr.
- Evenly spaced ridges from nose to tail
- Lifelike action and vibration
- Hyper-active swimming legs, six side tentacles
- Can be fished a variety of ways
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by wlfpkguy Biffle buggin's not for me! I bought two packs of these and bought the weighted football head EWG hooks to go with them. I just had to try them a year or so ago when Tommy Biffle won in Oklahoma Biffle buggin' across the bottom! I've had very limited success with these baits. I've tried them as a lighter alternative to football head jigs and drug them near the banks around riprap in the early spring. I have absolutely no confidence in the bait and don't see the reason for the high price, other than an Elite BASS pro uses them on tour. Maybe other folks have had success and can offer tips, but in my opinion you're better off buying BPS beaver baits and flippin them versus payin a high price for these and strugglin'! January 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by wlane My go to bait The most versatile bait in my aresenal. Used with the Biffle Hard Head it can be fished like a jig, drug like a carolina rig, or cranked slow like a swim bait. Great color selection. October 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by DHewes excellent bait Just got a chance to use these on a North Country lake for largemouth. Got good fish when nothing else was working. Used it as a jig trailer for fishing canary grass and reeds, some pads. Not so good in wild rice where a more slippery bait is more effective. I strongly recommend this bait. August 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by eitel You need to try this lure I have started using the Biffle Bug over the past month and have had great results. the last three tournaments I've been in this month I placed 3rd, 4th, and 5th.......(thats a big improvment for me) all on The BUG!. No doubt i am catching bigger fish using the Biffle Bug. Just try it and you'll see. June 10, 2011