Buggs For Striped Bass
Lots of our customers over the years have caught striped bass on Buggs, and in the last year or so we developed our first set of striped bass lures. There are several more ideas in development, and I hope some of you will be interested in testing them when the time comes. In the meantime, read on to learn about the first Bugg developed specifically for striped bass and about the other Buggs that have proven successful.
Saltwater Swim Jig, Double Rattles help draw strikes, Weedguard to Avoid Snags, Sinks Fast
Ratic Shad Buggs
These imitate shad in saltwater environments from the Carolinas to Texas.
Skinny baitfish imitation that would look alive as you swim it quickly to entice these beasts.
How to Fish Striped Bass
There are times when Striped Bass aren’t that picky, when finding them and getting the lure in front of them is the lion’s share of the work. But then there are times when they’re keyed in on a certain bait or just plain sluggish. That’s when you have to be able to imitate what they’re eating: large or small, bait fish, shrimp, or crab. Or you might have to entice them to eat, period!
Care For Your Lures
Just how durable are Buggs? In his latest installment, Captain Thomas Barlow shares a really good fishing story, another reason Fall is his favorite fishing season, and mixes in some care instructions for your Buggs.
Planning a fishing trip for a specific time of year and want some advice? Well I have you covered, select a time of the year and I will get you going.
Need Something Specific?
Here at Buggs Fishing we have the ability to create Custom Fishing Lures to your exact specifications. We think of the jig head as a canvas, and can expertly tie custom Buggs for your own special purposes. Imagine having your own “Secret Weapons”.