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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

• Big Bite Baits Review


Big Bite Baits
come in a red package with a label on the front that reads "Fortified with Bite Juice" in small print. Each pack comes with 10 plastic lures affordably priced at $1.97. What caught my eye at first was their craw. It was identical to the Lake Fork Craw in shape and appearance. Same mold I guess. They also make Senko look-alikes. They make a lot of popular look alikes in fact. I saw finesse worms, brush hogs, grubs, lizards, and something called a Yo Mama that looks like a Sweet Beaver or Yum Wooly Bug. They even have a toad with the same body style as the Yum Buzz Frog. I like the leg action of the Buzz Frog, so if this company gets those toads in stores, I'll buy them. I opened the pack and found that Bite Juice smells like anise. The smell is not as overpowering as some other plastic scents.

I have used their Senko look-alike called the Trick Stick. It has a slot on its back for the hook to rest very similar to what you'd see on a plastic frog. The plastic is still not as soft as the original Senko, but the action is comparable to the original in my opinion, although maybe a little on the stiff side. The fall rate will always vary depending on the hook and line you're using. I haven't found a good way to observe/compare fall rates yet. If you're looking for a cheap yet effective Senko, this may be your ticket. I also tried the 4" Craw today. It is exactly like the Lake Fork Craw except for the scent. LFT lures are garlic scented and Big Bite Baits smell like anise as previously explained.

The color selection is not the greatest, but you can probably find what you need. Whoever makes these has done a good job of producing cheaper versions of some very popular plastics. The package says Made in America, but I'd be interested in finding out where they get the plastic and the molds from. Head on over to the web site and take a gander at their product listing. Big Bite Baits has a lot more to choose from.

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