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Old 01-15-12, 10:03 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Warmouth/ H20 Swimbaits

Two separate baits, but pretty much the same question. What do y'all think about Big Bite Bait Warmouth?
here's a link: http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Big_B...e-BBBWARM.html

If yall have used them, have you had success with them and how did you use them? I finally got to see them first hand yesterday (at Academy) and I had formerly read about people just simply Texas rigging them. Not sure if I need them in my arsenal. (I didn't buy any actually)

And next: What do y'all think about the H20 swimbaits? I know many people love their crankbaits ( if you didn't know, H20 is Academy's line of baits), but what do you think about their swimbaits. Their was two different types: one with more a sunfish/bluegill body, and one that was kind of like a sebile/magic swimmer (thinner and long body). Both were hard body.

Don't worry guys, I did buy some stuff: 3 packs of Big Bite Baits little soft swimbaits (like the skinny dipper just a lot cheaper, almost the same action, almost) and some finesse jigs (6) and a pack of on sale Jr paca craws (88 cents). Thanks for your opinions. Have a great week.
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Old 01-15-12, 10:15 AM   #2
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I have a few bags of the BBB Warmouth, I bought them early last year. I have fished them a couple of different ways. They look the best when you rig them with a big EWG through the side like a lateral perch. I have also tried them with a keel weighted hook and a regular T-Rig with a 3/16th oz bullet weight pegged. I have never had a bite on them.

Dean Rojas, was in town recently and I picked his brain a little about these baits, he said he fishes them the same way, and targets weed lines, edges of brush piles and drags them down points. I plan to give them a little more time this year.
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Old 01-15-12, 12:18 PM   #3
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I've had really good luck with the 3 or 4 piece shad and bluegill swimbaits. I've never used the skinnier ones with 10-12 joints. They have a really good action and so far, hold up really well. I've caught fish on both sizes in both styles but I've used the shad shaped ones a lot more. They are a slow sink bait.

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Thanks both of you. And Jrob, those are both types I was looking at. I think they opt had 4 and 3 inch (maybe 5 and 4 inch).
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