Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by ptfcanoe only successful plastic on our new fishing spot
our group just found a new fishing spot. all attempts with multiple soft plastics were unsuccessful. suddenly we tried this woolly bug and we caught multiple bass including the biggest bass my son has ever caught, somewhere in the 4-5 lb range. must be the right time of year in the right area of PA.
June 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by livetofish2568 Good lure
Great bait ive caught 20-30 bass on it during prespawn and the spawn it really produces ive caight 6 or 7 big 5 pound bass on it and many in the 3 to 4 pound range it produces big fish
June 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by SweetBu Wooly Bug & a LineDancer = a Lethal Combination
My family and I went out fishing on Cherokee Lake in Tennessee and I caught the most and largest bass I have ever caught. Two of us Carolina rigged the Pumpkin and the Blue Wooly bugs. My hubby used a Texas rigged worm. I caught a few while manually shaking the bug; however, I could not keep that movement going...my wrist and forearm started hurting. So I changed up and with my Wooly bug, I slipped on a LineDancer Fishing Tool on my spinner rod. The LineDancer gave the bugs a ton of action and I outfished the fellas and caught the heck out of the LM and SM bass!!! I caught the largest LM bass that day and it was a lot of fun!!!
The pumpkin colored Wooly Bugs caught more than the blue one in both full sun and in cloudy weather over the 2 days we fished. I am going to try some of the other colors and see how they work. When the bite flattened out with the bugs, we switched to the Cicadas and the fish started biting those like crazy too. It was a great 2 days of catching fish, especially for this Chic!!!
April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by elliott71770 Deserves All 5 Stars!!!
This is one of my favorite baits because it will produce fish year round. I put 9 large mouth bass in my boat and missed others with this lure on an extremely cold evening when no other lure was producing. The fish hold this lure in their mouths longer than any soft plastics that I've used including Power Bait or Gulp. I'm a strong believer that the Yum F2 line of soft plastics are the best on the market today.
January 2, 2012