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Uncle Buck's® Panfish Creatures - Beetle with Spinner

   

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Chartreuse Glitter Red Dots

Chartreuse Glitter Red Dots

1"

1/16 oz.

3

Model:
B1BT1S-124RD

White Red Dots

White Red Dots

2"

1/8 oz.

3

Model:
B2BT1S-01RD
Uncle Buck's Panfish Creatures are made to put the fish back in fishing. These lifelike lures are copies of the insects and creatures in nature that are natural food for all panfish. Tie one on and start catching fish today!

An original member of Uncle Buck's Panfish Creature bait club, the Beetle with Spinner is an outstanding choice when the bite goes slow. Effective in rivers for smallies and in lakes for panfish, bass and even the occasional walleye is enticed by the lifelike action the Beetle creature creates. Each package contains 1 rigged spinner and 2 plain beetles.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by A Good Alternative Seems to work well for bass and panfish. A good alternative when fish are feeding deeper. October 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Lurer This thing works like a charm, used it this weekend to catch some bluegill that I used for catfish bait. July 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best lure My dad & i went fishing in january we caught nothing our friend told us to try a bettle spin we did. 1 week later I went fishin & i caught 10 bass it was 100% better. June 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by great service my order came by mail they would not bring it to the house. I call customer service they reshiped by UPS they delevered to my door. thanks Bass Pro. went to the lake the next day and the bass and specs hit the bettle spin like crazy, they did not even hit on minnows or worms that day just the beetle spin. then to my suprise i hook into a large mud fish it was a great day for fishing. November 17, 2011
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which is better for bass.
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The old adage, bigger bait catches bigger fish is probably true here. I have caught big fish on small baits and small fish on big baits, especially in certain circumstances but overall, the bigger baits will entice bigger fish, especially if you can present it in a way the lazy big boys don't have to work hard to get it. When they are hungry and aggressive, anything works, but otherwise, it is technique first, lure second.
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