Uncle Buck's® Crappie Bug

   

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White White White

White White White

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-01

Red White White

Red White White

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-02

Pink White White

Pink White White

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-03

Chart Chart Chart

Chart Chart Chart

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-06

Black Black Chartreuse

Black Black Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-07

Red Yellow Yellow

Red Yellow Yellow

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-08

Black Black Black

Black Black Black

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-10

Purple

Purple

1/16 oz.

2

Model:
CJ216-12

Red White White

Red White White

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-02

Pink White White

Pink White White

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-03

Chart Chart Chart

Chart Chart Chart

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-06

Black Black Chartreuse

Black Black Chartreuse

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-07

Red Yellow Yellow

Red Yellow Yellow

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-08

Yellow Yellow Yellow

Yellow Yellow Yellow

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-09

Black Black Black

Black Black Black

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-10

Brown Brown Brown

Brown Brown Brown

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-11

Purple

Purple

1/32 oz.

2

Model:
CJ232-12
The hand-poured bodies will not pull down on the hook, even after repeated strikes. Pick your size and color! 2 pack.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Will buy more!!! I bought 30 of these online and couldn't wait to get them. When I did, I was impressed with the rubber bodies on them. I have caught plenty of pan-fish with these jigs. I will definitely buy more. July 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it I didn't think this would catch me fish, but guess what it does. I have caught many crappies and bluegills on this all I do is leave the hook bare or I put some worm on it either way it catches fish. The big difference with this and other baits is the body and skirt don't fall down. I mean it's only 99 cents for two just buy some already. March 26, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product I picked up a pack of 1/16 black & chartreuse a couple months back. Used them last time I was at the lake on a whim as I could not get any crappie or sunfish to bite anything. I ended up catching 4 large mouth up to 3 lb on them. Pretty fun on a 4.5 ft pole with 4 lb mono. Best part was a small tournament was going on at the time and one of the boats saw me landing these fish. They were skunked on the day and asked what I was using so I showed them the bug. I should have entered the tournament. August 21, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by salt water i used this at some docks in lighthouse point i got 4 jacks 4 snappers 2 snook and a cuda broke me off. It is a good lure for small inshore fish. May 17, 2009
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Do these float?

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Looks like that is a hollow body attached. do they float?
If so they may be just what Im looking for and how well do you think they would cast on 6-10lb test?
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not a hollow body and they dont float ,not sure about 6 to 10 lb I use 4 or even 2 lb with any jigs / lures under 1/16 ounce
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They do not float however the soft body does seem to attract the fish more because I have caught more fish on it then any other panfish jig. They are perfect on light tackle such as 6-10lb line test. They catch bas too! Have fun!
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It does,nt float very well but you can cast it well with6to10lb. line.
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Thanks for the question. No they do not float (sorry). I am not sure how good they are on 6-10 lbs test, but for their weight, I would go with 2-4 lbs test, hope this helped!
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These do not float (they are constructed of a lead head). Also, it would probably be best to cast this on a light line for longer casting abilities.
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