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When the crappie bite slows, it's time to tempt and tantalize with the Slab Hammer Tooty Fruity Tubes by Strike King®. Heavily salted, the Tooty Fruity Tubes have everything slab seekers need to open locked crappie jaws. Sporting remarkable color combinations and highlighted by their incredible dancing action, the Tooty Fruity Crappie Tubes are your ticket to a basket full of crappie this season. Size: 2''. 8 pack.
I recently bought a pack of these and was not impressed with the quality. Most of the tentacles were fused together--much more so than other brands I have used. I'll stick with BPS or Southern Pro tubes.
July 11, 2012
I like the 2 inch length,better movement on the tail.the color is what I'm sold on.Pearl body,black,red chart.The black I illways put up like the back of a minow the red looks like a injured minow with the chart. helps if the water isn't clear,this is a allaround bate,the salt helps out on the light or finakey bite when the weather gets warm.
July 3, 2012
I had a chance to use these tubes at Reelfoot Lake a couple of weeks ago. Had 4 poles out and the two with the tubes out produced 3 to 1.
May 2, 2012
Surprised at the difference it made
I saw a few fishing shows where the guys were using tooty fruity tubes for crappie fishing so I decided to order some and try them for myself. To my suprise they actually worked as well for me as they did for the pros on tv.
March 21, 2012
Well I,m not a Crappie pro like some of them, But Think of what a bait fish looks like the color.. and if the water is muddy I use Blue or Purple or chart. the fish have to see the bait or smell it to bite it .. If the water is Clear and bright sunny I use some kinda of Red or white or Silver or a mix of those those.. at night I would Use black.. but at times bugs look in the water in the day time are black or brown or green.. as a rule bright sunny days Bright colors on Dark cloudy days or night dark colors
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