Pro designed to help you catch more bass, Berkley is releasing their brand new line-up of Havoc baits to coincide with 2011 Bassmaster Classic on the Loisiana Delta.
The Berkley Havoc Ike’s Devil Spear was designed by 2003 Bassmaster Classic Champion, Michaeal Iaconelli. He wanted a bait that would really penetrate thick cover yet have a great action on the fall. With its streamlined body and original spear-shaped tail, the Havoc Devil Spear is sure to be a favorite around the heavy stuff.
“I love this bait. I can fish it many different ways, and the design is completely original. While I worked with Berkley on this design, it was clear that we needed to come up with something off-the-wall that was entirely functional on any bass-fishing technique. I wanted a bait that could be fished easily in heavy cover and have a great action on the fall. We came up with a segmented tail to create a flapping or whipping action. The Devil Spear is tough, but retains all the action.” - Michael Iaconelli
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Comments: These baits flat out catch big bass and there is almost no way to rig it wrong. Dozens of presentation applications. T-Rig, on a fb head & dragged, punch rig. As a depth charge or swimming across a shallow flat as a swim bait. You will hook up some donkeys. I fish this bait all year round any time of day. One of my faves
From: Skit: Avon, MA 5/8/15
Comments: I just realized this past weekend that the smaller version of this bait is the PERFECT trailer for a 1/4 oz. chatterbait. I wasn't too impressed when this first came out but after throwing one on a chatterbait I was very impressed. The tails dances all over the place when reeled in. So now I have found a permanent spot in my tackle bag for this bait.
From: Gary: PA 11/10/14
Comments: Ike knows what's up. Rig em sideways. Throw some mega strike in the tail grooves and these psycho bass catchers disperse those amino acids all over the place. WOOOOOO
From: Ric: Bassimton, Bassachusetts
Comments: Used this bait in back for a couple years hands down the best flippin bait out their! with a 5/0 vmc flipping hook 1 ounce vmc tungsten your ready to go
From: Tanner: WI RIpon
Comments: the 3.5 size is great on the drop shot! Smallies eat em up like yo thats a big smallie!
From: Rock Pile: Smallie Ville
Comments: I like this bait, dont get me wrong but but if u could only buy one bag of havoc baits I would go witht he pit boss. I have cought way more fish on them.
From: Cameron: AR
Comments: Split this baby down the tail and swim it like a swim jig. Dont rig it flat. My go to flipping bait also and durable as heck!
From: Tyler: Pardeeville, Wi
Comments: omg put this baby on a biffle head and it works magic! rig it so flat side is up and hold on. Also a great flipping bait. bigger profile than it looks.
From: Gman: front deck over ledges
Comments: Throw it on the back of a chatter bait. Big girls love spears!!
From: Jesse: Reno, NV
Comments: nice lure they get a lot of hits rigged texas were it isn't flat in junebug red.
From: Connor: AR
Comments: wow, these actually will produce. redbug is the color I have and it worked great
Comments: Just do yourself a favor and buy a bag of these. Mike iaconelli is tha man
From: Bubba: NJ
Comments: Attention Walleye Fisherman... Bait is made for bass and more flipping and pitching technique, but it is a killer swim bait either texas rigged (1/8 oz. and 3/0) or on a belly weighted EWG best color is either the pearl blue or the bluegill. Give it a try, interested in what other eye' fisherman think.
From: Noah: Estancia, NM
Comments: Such an awesome and unique bait! My go to punching bait! I feel it is something our highly pressured Utah bass haven't seen! Definitely a got to have bait in anybody's box!
From: Jace: Orem, Utah
Comments: One of the best trailers for a chatterbait!
From: J.D. VA
Comments: bought two bags in Junebug and Red Shad..caught some lm bass on both color, using weight texas rig..and i'm dying to try it with a football jig and the many other ways u can fish this lure..
From: John: WI
Comments: Slapped one of these in watermelon red on a swimbait hook with the tail vertical and worked great, awesome action and extremely weedless, thanks Ike!!
From: Zach: Brown, IN
Comments: Like the others I was a bit skeptical, but grabbed a bag anyways. Doesn't look like much, but I don't try to argue with the fish...
From: Bob: United States
Comments: Extremely skeptical about it and grabbed them just to fill out a Dick's promotion. Turns out these things do catch fish. Drag it along the bottom, swim it, or buzz it they all work. Great bait for the price.
From: Gundersmith: FL
Comments: I picked up a pack in red shad caught a couple. Just wondering if anyone tried different colors and did any good?
From: Jake: Ohio
Comments: The lure of 2011 for me! It caught 90% of my bass this past season! Landed my 5# smallie with the spear.
From: Cher: WI
Comments: Fished it Texas rigged and caught 3 bass. Biggest went 4lbs. I mised fish and would pitch it back and they would bite it again and again until caught. never had a plastic do that. the action of the flapping tail is unreal
From: Mark: Lexington, KY
Comments: Very versatile bait, burn it across the top and the bass come running, fished it on a texas rig with an 1/8 ounce weight, also very strike prone.
From: Britton: Memphis, TN
Comments: Awsome little bait, easy on the wallet, and the best part it outright catches bass, I fished mine on a light jig head and hopped it on the bottom, super good action and good design, thanks IKE!!!
From: Mrbond007: East Lansing, MI
Comments: This bait is very cheap and very good also another bait from the HAVOC series is the crawfatty and the pittbosses
From: Johnny: Boca Raton, FL
Comments: bait is a lot bigger in person than you would think. more like a flippin bait
From: Bobby: Max Meadows, VA
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