Northland Fishing Tackle Slurpies Panfish Tubes - Model ST2B
With its soft, chewy hollow tube body and tantalizing teaser tail, even reluctant panfish can’t resist munching on Northland Fishing Tackle's enticing Slurpies Panfish Tubes. Sporting holographic FishFlakes for scale-like flash and shimmer to lure panfish from afar, these Slurpies Tubes are salted and spiced with SowSauce to entice and trigger. Size: 2''. 10 Tubes per pack.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trouter0523 Not Too Shabby! This is my second purchase of Slurpies. I used the last ones in November and the Crappies loved them. I ended up giving most of my Slurpies to my buddies after they threatened to throw me in if I didn't share. The Crappies ate them like candy - they couldn't get enough of them. February 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by rpd52 best tube bait I have caught more crappie on this bait than other. When I go fishing on my favorite croppie house, with other fisherman, they always want to know what bait I am useing. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by FlawlessFlies Finally a good referral. I had a friend tell me, look you should try this Slupries Panfish Tubes from Northland. They are pretty good for crappie and gills. So, on his suggestion I thought I give it a try. Which on the other hand I totally hate trying peoples suggestion, only to find out that they only work when I'm not around. Meaning they used something else. The Review: When the Slurpies arrived I thought to myself, wow these are pretty thin. Oh well, maybe they'll last longer than I think. I thought wrong, after a dozen or so crappie and gill smash the Slurpies. it was useless, sometimes it only took 3-4 fish and it was all bent out of shape. Although, I caught lots of gills and crappies, the Slurpies prove to me that it will catch fish!! I ended up catching over 50+ fish that day but I almost went through 2 packages. I used the crappie slurpies and the bluegills. I find the crappie version had more bite than the bluegill. So I stuck with the crappie only. If I have to buy some more in the future, I will stock up only on the crappie version, but this is only because this worked for my lake I fish. I recommend you find yours before sticking to 1 color. The Suggestion to the Manufacture: - Slurpies should not be hollow bodies but a solid bodies and I guarantee that the durability will last longer than the rest. - Need more colors, althought I mostly use crappie version, I like a New Penny version if you can. - Since they are not as durable, more would be NICE! - Need to put more of your snow sauce in the bag. Need some kind of liquid in the bag, I find it that I can't put back the ones I used. It'll just dry up. Otherwise that's all I have to say about this product. I would recommend it even if it's not as durable. Just make sure you bring a couple of packages and you will be alright. Tight Lines Everyone! August 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tango5 Slurpie Panfish Tube I used the Slurpie Panfish Tube the first trip after I received them. They far exceeded my expectations. We caught a limit of Crappie with over half being caught on the Glow Sunfish and Baby Crappie model. Thanks for a great product and super fast shipment. March 22, 2011
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Details:What jig head works best with this bait. Name of jig head and model number would help alot.
Details:where should you use them and what fish do they catch the most of
A:In all reality, a small tube such as the Northland Slurpies can be used on a very wide variety of fish. Generally, this size of tube is used for panfish such as crappie, bluegill, perch, and the like. However, sometimes these can be a great way to catch bass in and around cover, especially in sluggish periods where they are not feeding on larger fish. Try vertically jigging, or suspending these beneath a bobber in and around cover. You will be suprised at the variety of fish that you can catch on these and other panfish tubes. Also, if you do happen to use a slip-in jig head, try dabbing a little bit of shad scent on the lure to help attract fish.
A:They worked well on Crappie, haven't tried them on other fish (yet).
Details:what is the best way to rig,and fish this product
A:I just tie the bait to my line and fish vertialy. up and down
A:I don't know about the "best", but I use a 1/64th oz. tube jig head - the ones with red hooks. Depending on the fishes' mood, I'll either tip the whole rig with a minnow or not. Sometimes the minnow is too much and other times it's just what they're looking for.
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A:depth is key try to use light jig heads (1/32 oz) that is what i like cuz they ussally hit on the fall so the longer it falls the better. lightly jig near sturucture (fallen trees, docks) and you can size up to get better distance casting but no larger than a 1/8 oz. larger jig head often = larger fish though so you decide
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