Bass Pro Shops Sassy Sally Swimbaits
I fished for 25 yrs and fished a lot of baits that may not have been the brand name, such as little dippers vs bass pro sassy sally. Well let me say that the sassy sallys are just as good may not be as strong as the dippers but thats why they make crazy glue. When I fish with the sassy sally they do catch bass and like any other soft bait lure when it tears hit it with some crazy glue even the Pros do that. And lets face it not everybody can afford to go out and buy top of the line stuff. Over all this is a good product and it works great.
Thank you, Baitslingerbait
May 24, 2013
Best Bait in Years
This bait is kilingl the bass in the high pressured waters of Indiana, 10x stronger then skinny dipper, great action and super tuff. We are using the 3" and 4.5" both and love them. We have caught over 200 fish in three weeks on them. We use a swim bait hock with screw lock which you have to use on all swim baits if not they won't work right, we only use jig heads on A-rig with football head with screw locks. My 10 yr old son caught 11 fish including his 5 fish limit at a local city lake where everyone fishes and complains about short fish, he had 5 keepers and a 3 1/3 lb large mouth. All I have to say is why waste money when BPS has a better bait and great service to back it up NO MORE skinny dippers for me!
June 4, 2013
Impressed for off-brand
Musts say, for not being a name brand soft bodied swimbait, this thing is impressive. I've fished them either with a weighted swimbait hook and caught some great smallmouth bass, or better yet as a chatterbait trailer. Using that setup recently caught my PB at 5-8, a nice fish for here in MN. Action is great! Durability isn't bad but you use super glue anyway... Unfortunately the price went up which makes them a tougher buy cause Skinny Dipper, slop hoppers, etc. now cost about as much...
January 8, 2015
The Sassy Sally is really good and I have caught lots of fish on them so far.
September 30, 2014