Recently I arrived home from work to a parcel full of soft plastic baits from Fishing Baitz. There was a mix of colours from watermelon, red flak, June bug to salt n pepper just to name a few. The first package consisted of 6“ Bass worms and the second package 6“ Pro Series Lizards. Both packages are extremely well package which is important to any soft plastic fisherman, no one likes leaking oils sliming up and bleeding through into their other baits. These baits are poured extremely well; there is no extra flashing anywhere on the bodies or tails. Even colour mixing and transition from body to tail. Great glitter and shine throughout. The Pro Series Lizards have long action legs none of which rip off easily and supply extreme action in the water.
I tried these baits in some of the thickest bass hide outs I could find. I pitched them over some submerged trees in 10 feet of water dragged up and down the trunks and over branches not losing a tail or leg on the lizards. Next was Texas Rigging the bass worms and flipping into some thick cat tails and bull rushes. They worked perfectly and took a good beating. The plastic holds the hook keeping it weed less and tangle free. They hold up well to multiple bass catches not tearing and re rigging well. The bodies are a good size allowing the tip and barb to be fully encapsulate for weed less fishing.
I will be ordering more online at http://www.fishingbaitz.com/ to restock my supplies in the future, I am very pleased with the performance and toughness of these soft plastics.
Product Rating(Clear here for rating definitions)
Overall Rating: 5
Ease of Use: If you have ever fished plastics or your a beginner, very easy to rig and maintain on the hook. Soft, ply-able but rigid and tough enough to with stand multiple catches.
Versatility: Can be used for many different species and seasons. Unlimited styles of rigging these baits for various deeps and actions.
Other Uses: It’s a fishing bait!
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I was wondering about those! Glad they worked good for you and I am looking forward to giving them a try
Thank you Jim. The worked great. Equal to any other soft plastic I have used over the years.