Sunday, October 14, 2007

Couple off new Soft Plastic Baits

Here are a couple of newly released soft plastic baits that may give you an edge out bass fishing with your buds or in your next tournament. The fist is the Stike King Coffee Tube which debuted at ICAST, but is just not hitting the shelves. The 2nd is the Yamamoto Flappin Hog, this is a sweet looking flippin' creature style bait.

Buy this ProductStrike King Coffee Tubes

Buy this ProductGary Yamamoto Flappin' Hog II
This bait has been the talk of the town since its debut in 2006. The redesigned flaps increase motion and vibration making it even more deadly on bass.

This heavy compact bait has great action when Texas or Carolina rigged. Use it with any jig head or add it to your favorite flippin jig and you have a winning fish catching combination!

Coffee scented tubes and soft plastics are a creative idea, who knows if they work, but that is what I first thought about garlic, and I am a firm believer that Garlic spray and scent is something that fish like.

And how can you go wrong with this funky looking pile of appendages???

If anyone has used either of these, drop a comment and let us know how they work.


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Anonymous said...

ive been using the coffee tubes quite often now, with good success. The coffee scent seems to trigger more picky fish into biting. Works great when bass are on bed. First I insert a drop shot like weight into the tube, then I use a circle hook to penetrate through the tip of the bait through the eye hole of the drop shot weight then out the other side.

Anonymous said...

I love Strike King's Kevin VanDam Coffee worms! I've caught some nice Large Mouth on KVD's OCHO stick worms. The bass almost always nail it on the fall. Say YES to COFFEE!

cyprus fishing said...

It is great Plasti Bait! I tried it in Cyprus for bass fishing and it showed good results! Also I saw video on youtube how it works. One word.. cool!