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Uncle Buck's® Dragon Fly Soft Bait

   

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Watermelon Chartreuse Belly

Watermelon Chartreuse Belly

2"

1/16 oz.

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Model:
B2DF-608
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Black Holographic Flake

Black Holographic Flake

2"

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
B2DF-349
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Pull one over on the fish with Uncle Buck's Dragon Fly Soft Bait. These two-inch dragon fly baits are made of durable soft plastic and feature very lifelike features. Tie on an effective Uncle Buck's Dragon Fly Soft Bait and let the fun begin.

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  • Length: 2 inches
  • Made of soft plastic
  • Lifelike
  • One rigged
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lure I have had nothing but success with this lure. Quality size Bluegill as well as Largemouths love it. The hook is not really big enough for the bigger Largemouths, but it wasn't really designed for bass fishing anyway. The lure is fragile, especially the wings, but this downfall is what gives the lure a realistic look. You also have to know how to cast and use this lure, as it is extremely light. Using a small weight on the line would help with distant casting, but might take away from the realistic "floating and slow sinking" action of the lure. Cast the lure out and wait about 20-40 seconds for the lure to slowly sink (depending on the water depth). Retrieve it super-slow for best results. It takes some patience to use this lure, but works like a charm when used properly. May 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love these for panfish! I love using these for yellow perch in late summer! Cast them out weightless or with a small split shot. Work very well! November 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweet purchase Loved the look and fell that it had also liked the way it was rigged. January 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rather fragile and slides down hook These work well and I realize that they are priced cheap but the dang thing is so fragile and I had to peg it with a toothpick to keep it from sliding down the hook. Perhaps super glue would be better. They work well once you get the knack of using them. Very light and they DO NOT float as I thought they would. Worth a try for they price. July 16, 2012
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do these float or sink

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I have had the best success with letting the lure slowly sink to the proper depth and then using a super slow retrieve. So, to answer your question the lure will float for a short time, but then it will slowly sink.
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Initial cast will cause them to start to sink. If you gently tug them back to the top they will tend to get the tension like a water spider and stay on top. Best to giggle the rod by tapping the mid point while holding the rod steady
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sink
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with these lures you need some weight to cast them out so they are gonna sink if dont use weight you wont cast far and it float and then slowly sinks
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i am interested in this product and i have one question. how many come in a pack?
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One dragonfly per pack. It comes rigged with a red #4 straight hook.
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You only get one in a pack which is kind of disappointing But in the end with the results i had i was pretty satisfied. but after 20-30 strikes the wings began to come off.
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1 per pack
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just one pre rigged
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i wish it came in a pack but its only 1!
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Just one in each package pre-rigged
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They come 2 in a pack.
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how do you fish these?

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how do you fish these?
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I cast the lure out with a light rod set up and then let the lure slowly sink. After about 30-40 seconds (depending on water depth) I then use a super slow retrieve. It takes a lot of patience, but I have had great success, especially with Bluegills. If you don't get any bites, then slow down your retrieve even further. You want the lure to just barely move around at the proper depth. The fish seem to know that this type of bug lure is not supposed to move around and swim in the water. Good luck.
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Initial cast will cause them to start to sink. If you gently tug them back to the top they will tend to get the tension like a water spider and stay on top. Best to giggle the rod by tapping the mid point while holding the rod steady. If the water is moving a lot, you will need to slowly reel in the lure as you also wiggle it. Needs to look like a drowning bug!
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i fish these on a browning superlight combo 5:3:1 gear ratio with 4 lb. test
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Fish these diminutive lil lures on your lightest gear (UL) Ulta Light combos work best. With 4Lb test line. Unweighted is the best way so make sure there is NO wind on the lake or pond. If You can - dbl check the color of the dragon flies on the body of water you are fishing to match the hatch --(Color)
I use a cinch knot and NO swivel.
Working this lure over Lily pads and grass can attract big bass sometimes so have patience bringing them in to your boat on such light gear.
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In theory, you are supposed to cast high and allow the lure to fall onto the water as a real dragonfly would. Although you are able to do that because of the lightweight construction of the lure, the lack of weight does not allow you to cast beyond 10 yards, and renders the lure useless, especially if you are on a boat.
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Light or ultralight rod/reel spinning setup. Four to eight pound test mono line.
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the best tackle to use with this light soft plastic would be 2 to 4 lb test and an ultralight rod and reel i prefer a browning superlight combo with 5:3:1 gear ratio
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Use Your lightest tackle outfit IE:

a UL (Ultralight rod/reel.
I would recommend 4lb test line.
Best to use unweighted with NO wind on lake/pond.
Best bets--->

-basspro tiny lite reels (spincast/underspin)
-Bill dance crappie combos...
Panfish are the main target of this little lure.
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I tied these directly onto 8lb test (no swivel). They were too light to cast any good distance rigged in that manner (10 yd casts at best). I added a swivel to the end of the line before attaching lure - added weight but still too light for distance. I attached a small shot sinker, and although it cast further, it added too much weight and took away the natural falling action. Its a mystery to me. They look good but don't perform well - rigging the line is trial and error...
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I would use an ultra-lite set up with 4-6 lb. test mono line. I personally have a 4.5 ft. shakespeare microspin combo with 4 lb. stren mono line
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i like my ufly sticks they seem to hold up really good i personally like spincaster reels so i like to use shimano or your average bass pro shop reels they sell pretty good set ups but i like my ugly stick better i like a light to medium action pole so i can really feel the fish and the line is really up to you i like spider wire they make some good line but size depends on what your throwing and how big of a fish you are going for i like 10pnd line for my medium action ugly stick with my 8 ball bearing bass pro reel they work great with spiderwire you dont want cheap line on the bps reels other wise they tangle i hope i helped you.
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