Berkley PowerBait Ice Swordtail Bait

Item No. 8950-PBHIST
$3.99

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8950-PBHIST

Berkley PowerBait Ice uses the same irresistible scent and flavor that took scientists over 25 years to perfect. Fish love PowerBait Ice so much it will entice the most wary fish and get them to hold on 18 times longer. Giving you the time and confidence to Feel More Bites - Set More Hooks and Catch More Fish

Features:

  • Thin tapered tail designed for high action with minimal jig movement
  • Subtle tail flicking and/or undulating action
  • Designed for a horizontal presentation
  • Bug shape imitates natural fish prey
  • 1.25" length comes 14 per package

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Bees knees
I was ice fishing and no body was catching anything I tried these on a tiny tungsten jig and cought 3 perch and 3 red ear sunfish within half hour
Best baits through the ice iv ever used
January 22, 2020
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Best plastic on ice jigs that I have used.
Used the swordtail for three days on tungsten ice jigs. I would switch to wax worms, and back to the swordtail, and caught bluegill on both. These should work great on bluegill and shell crackers this spring and summer.
January 22, 2018
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Used this bait first time today with success! Caught crappie bluegill perch and rockbass!! When noone else couldn't gettem to bite! I got a limmit!! High ly recommend this bait!
January 14, 2018
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fish attack
works great in lakes&streams. I bought the pink shine,great for trout .I used it in the Snake river today,caught bass and a 22in steelhead.I use a very small hook size 16
with this bait,let it sink slow reterive
May 26, 2017
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Berkley PowerBait Ice Swordtail
When bottom dragging these baits under a bobber the Bluegills just can't stand it! I love them.
February 16, 2017
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