Offshore Angler™ Twitch Bait Lures
Opportunistic trout, snook, and especially bull reds tend to throw caution to the wind when presented with a dying or disoriented baitfish. It’s the easiest meal in saltwater, and our Twitch Bait plays the part to a tee. Toss it to likely cover, let it rest, then start a slow retrieve punctuated by frequent twitches and pauses of varying duration. The flash, vibration, and erratic behavior combine to provoke vicious strikes! Equally effective in clear or cloudy water, and on an incoming or outgoing tide. Slow sink.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by TABird The good and bad of it I bought 2 of these to try. Great finish, weight, etc and the Seatrout loved it. Got slammed on the 2nd cast with it! However, after 1 day of fishing I found that one of the eyes had fallen off. To BPS credit, I reported this to them and they ordered a new one to be shipped to me in about 2 hours. I loved the lure, but have only fished with it once. Have to see next trip if the glue on the eyes is a problem. I would still give it high marks for performance! The lure worked well enough that I would probably buy it even if the eyes are a problem. May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by simeon yes Used these this past weekend along pine island, fl and tore the trout up.I was using soft plastics and started using my buddies lures and i'm here getting my own now. February 8, 2012
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A:Suspends very well with no terminal tackle, just line or leader to the bait. I bought it for that purpose and it performed exactly as I had hoped.
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A:does not suspend. It does slowly go down
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