Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5 out of 5 by KingGeorge better action than other creature baits
The two arms (pincers) on the Biffle Bug flap wildly on the fall, resulting in many reaction strikes. They flap again if you hop it, drag it, or reel it along the bottom. I haven't used the smaller size yet, but it should be dynamite on both largemouth and smallmouth, especially the latter, or when the fish want a smaller presentation. The Biffle Bug is my favorite creature bait or craw imitation. I think it is easily equal to or superior to the Sweet Beaver.
April 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by BassStalker371 Biffle Bug Bait
This bait is the perfect bait puts the fish on the hook no strain easy of use the second cast and Bam!!! there hooked I for my self catch 5 Bass over the Three pound mark in 1 hour 1/2 impressive bait I highly recommend it to all my fishing buddy's. Try it you will really love them so do the Bass.
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March 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by tank66 Biffle Bug
Pretty handy little bait; can use on the Hard Head jigs in place of a football jig, Texas Rig to flip and pitch or use as a jig trailer to show something a little different. It's just a little different than others which helps out some days.
January 28, 2012
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