How to Rig Charlie’s Worms Flippin’ Bug Pt. 2
A lot of anglers seem to use a jig and ditch the soft plastics when flipping in the fall and as a result, the Bass get used to seeing them.
Get yourself a big flippin’ hook with a keeper on it and give a Texas rigged Charlie’s Flippin’ Bug a try, the Bass aren’t as conditioned to them at this time of year.
Captain Mike Jones shows you how to rig Charlie’s Worms Flippin’ Bug with a punch skirt to use in heavy cover and get through the grass, weeds, and reeds.
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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