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 number1fisher great product this lure is great for panfish i bob it up and down along my dock and have caught numerus crappie and bluegill and a couple different kind if fish i almost caught a turtle with one/ i never saw that one again June 7, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by KingCrappie Super Bait These grubs are just what they say, " FISH S L U R P 'EM UP" i mean these grubs look and feel real. they look like minnows and have a soft feel to them. When a fish strikes em(not just crappie) they inhale it, I've caught crappie, bass, and bream on them. All I can say is this: If you want to catch fish, tie on a SLURPIE, and have fun, cause you gone catch fish. February 10, 2009
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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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