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Pumpkin Green Flake

Pumpkin Green Flake

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-11
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  • SKU: 705386

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Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-17
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 705389

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Smoke Red Black Flake

Smoke Red Black Flake

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-30
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 705391

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Pearl Pepper

Pearl Pepper

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-44
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 707321

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-46
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 705408

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Green Pumpkin Red Green

Green Pumpkin Red Green

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-63
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 705413

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Sandy Candy

Sandy Candy

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-90
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 868379

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Watermelon Copper Craw

Watermelon Copper Craw

2-3/4"

10

Model:
BT2.75-92
  • $3.99

  • SKU: 868381

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When you're facing post-frontal conditions and the bass have lockjaw, downsize to a Bitsy Tube! The Strike King®'s Bitsy Tube® is the perfect finesse bait to get many species of fish, but especially big bass inhaling again. The durable Bitsy Tube is heavily salt-impregnated to entice and hold the bite.

Strike King Bitsy Tube 4.9 5 39 39
These are excellent! These tubes are the finest tubes you will ever use! I have fished with many tubes, and I can never catch anything with the 4 inch tube. I put a bitsy tube on (black with blue tail), and bam! the largemouth hit that bait so hard, it's nuts! I have caught 2 18inch largemouth, a 17inch, a 15 inch, and some 12inchers. These things are amazing, and loaded with salt. These are a must in your tackle box! August 22, 2006
crazy good I have used many soft baits, but none like this one, i have caught so many small mouth and large mouth from 8in to 18in. this is my go to bait, it never fails, February 21, 2014
Great product Great little tube that works well with small mouth river fishing. Durable, able to catch multiple fish on one tube. Paired with Bass Pro XPS Tube Head and you have a winning combination. Just because it says "bitsy" doesn't mean you won't catch the big ones!!! September 18, 2013
Excellent for smallmouth These are the best tubes for smallmouth fishing around my area very successful with the green pumpkin color August 15, 2013
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Depends on the current and time of year. Winter heavier, lots of current, heavier, summer lighter, low flow, lighter
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3/16 and don't peg it!
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Either 1/8 or 1/16 depending on the water depth 1/16 is better for shallow current for say like when the bass are spawning and they are in the rapids the lighter weight allows the tube 2 float with less snags most of all other times I use 1/8
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I use a 1/32 lead....slower sink rate and more action. Also less hang ups.
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I always have luck using as light as weight as possible. Different conditions will dictate, the weight needed. Windy days or deeper water will require a heavier weight.
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weedless rig in river?

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Love these bitsy tubes but I fish in a small river with lots of logs in the water and on the banks. I am struggling with rigging this weedless and don't know what hook size to use. Thoughts are appreciated.
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For me an Eagle Claw #1 (not 1/0) baitholder work beautifully!
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I use a 2/0 large gap gamakatsu hook. Run the hook inside the tube...thus is weedless and still have a great hook up.
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Its tough, I know, as I fish streams as well. I put the tube over a properly sized jighead then use a small rubberband (much like the banjo minnow, check it out) from the eyelet to the barb on the jig. This does save maybe half of my potential lost lures, as it will slide of=ver some logs, rocks, etc...just check each cast that its where its supposed to be
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Try Woo's tungsten tube weights. This is an internal weight. It allows you to Texas rig the tube with very few hang ups in the rivers. Try a 1/0 or 2/0 XPS wide gap superlock hook.
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I believe these are available in stores in a quantity of 25 per pack. I need these asap. Thanks, Art
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It is 1 3/4 and I use a #1 baitholder Eagle Claw rigged weedless.
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Yes, they are 2 3/4" long.
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Yes they are 2 3/4" long. Perfect size for bass, walleye and i kill small mouth off of them. They house a 1/8th to 1/4 ounce jighead perfectly. If you are looking for a crappie or panfish bait these may be to big. All stores sell them 10 per pack as well.
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yes the bitsy tube is 2 3/4" long they come 10 per pack.
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