Lure type: swimbait
Weight: 2-1/2oz / 70 grams
Length: 8in / 20cm
Hook size: #2
The swimbaits are well known for being big bass lures. The hardest part of fishing big swimbaits for bass is being patient. The action is slow. The bites are going to come far less often than they would with a conventional bass lure and it can be hard not to pick up another rod. But if you want a great shot at a trophy bass then you need to stay committed.
Big bass are smart, and they didn't get that big without learning a few things along the way, so fooling them isn't easy and it just doesn't happen as often. It's the natural appearance and swimming action of a swimbait that gets these big bass to bite.
In general, the swimbaits can be fished similarly to the way you would fish a crankbait , in a straight retrieve. But also like crankbaits, some erratic action to break up the repetitive motion can help entice bites. The key is to find the slowest reel speed you can apply to engage the swimming action of the lure.
Try to target some kind of cover or structure. Lobbing a big bait along docks or patches of weeds are great methods for getting a bass to ambush your lure.
The high quality hard swimbaits made of ABS material can withstand the wear and tear from fighting fish
The multi jointed swimbaits help to keep a bass hooked during the fight by eliminating the leverage they have when trying to shake off a full-body bait
8-section jointed model with novel soft rubber fish fins for a wider, smoother and more lifelike swimming action
These are great baits if you are looking to slow down your presentation, with lead and steel balls in the lure head, they perform awesome with the stop and go method
Ideal for targeting largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, musky, walleye, pike, northern pike, redfish, speckled trout