HOW TO RIG CHARLIE’S WORMS FLIPPIN’ BUG PT. 1
If you’re a fisherman who loves flipping or have been wanting to try it, Captain Mike Jones will show you how to rig Charlie’s Worms Flippin’ Bug (4.5″ creature bait) to go after Bass in primarily shallow water around docks, trees, or any sort of cover. You don’t have to look at an area loaded with trees, brush, submerged grass, and rocks and think “no way.” Start to see that as a great opportunity to get into an area where everyone knows Bass love to hang out.
Charlie’s Flippin’ Bug is made of a durable, long-lasting soft plastic that can create motion in the water.
Available in a variety of colors. The Flippin’Bug is 4.5″ long and comes in a convenient, resealable pack of 6.
- This soft plastic swimbait is great for pitching around docks, pilings, and into heavy cover.
- The oval-shaped body of this bug bait keeps it from getting snagged or ripped when flipping or pitching against rocks, docks, or on lily pads.
- Equipped with a split tail, side fins, and ridged body that give this bait plenty of action in the water despite its durable solid torso.
- The Flippin’ Bug is ideal for fishing largemouth Bass, Musky, Walleye, Pike, and Lake Trout around brush and other obstructions.
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