Gambler Big EZ
An enticing meal for any fish, the Gambler Big EZ delivers a realistic profile in the water, and the combination of its segmented body and paddle tail create a thumping swimming action fish can't resist. Available in a variety of colors, rig the Gambler Big EZ on a belly-weighted hook or with a screw in weight and the Big EZ's erratic swimming action will do the rest.
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Comments: Best big fish swimbaits on the market!!!!! The first time I used these baits I went out on a lake I hardly ever do any good at and every time time I set the hook on a fish it was 4 plus. My best 5 went 32 pounds. I firmly recommend these baits to anyone that's wants to catch big fish. These things catch giants PERIOD!
From: Colton - Natchitoches, La 2/17/17
Comments: Paired up with a 5/0 vmc weighted swimbait hook, I was using copper field & ended up catching big bass out of two different pond. I didn't even know these fish were in there. Great buy & great price. Definitely putting more in my arsenal.
From: Stetson: WV 8/10/16
Comments: Best swimbait i have ever used! i use a Gambler 6/0 Big Ez swimbait hook. Catches some true Fl mules man! Copperfield Ice Breaker and Lunker candy are my top 3 colors
From: Anthony: Orlando, FL 12/19/15
Comments: This is a very good swimbait, and even though it's pretty big smaller fish will hit it. Depends on the size of the bait fish in the lake, in my opinion. But it swims great, even at slow speeds, is totally weed less with the way the hook point holds in the back, and it is incredibly durable. The smaller versions are just as good,I'm sure. A staple in Florida, these can be good anywhere.
From: David: NH 3/17/15
Comments: Just purchased 6 packs of these Gambler EZ baits from Tackle Warehouse.. and they're $3.99 at TW which is a dollar cheaper than Bass Tackle Depot. 6 bucks is 6 bucks right? Dam Right. Gonna try the Bright Copper, Forty Niner, Lane Toad, Tennessee Shad, Ghost Shad and McMillian Magic.. I'm looking forward to hauling in some Slabs with this bait. The last one has got to be good cause at the time of my purchase it was sold out.. Can't wait to try these swim baits. Still waiting on the Spring Thaw up here in the Northeast.. Great Job on the Price TW I find you to be alot more affordable than most of the sights there which is clearly evident when you see how much stuff I purchase from yall.. Great Job!!:o)
From: Dalton: Swansea, MA 3/28/14
Comments: By far my best go to bait for a slow bite! Great bait that's easy to use in any cover or conditions. Good action, even on slow retreive. I use with Eagle Claw 1/4oz 4/0 swimbait hook Able to pick off some bigger bedding fish because it's "invasive" presence. Black and blue, Junebug so far the best colors.
From: Freddie: Tampa, FL 3/17/14
Comments: The weight of this bait casts easily, and thumps even on a slow retrieve. Pike and largies absolutely demolish this bait. I slide a 1/8 oz. Shaw Grigsby tube weight on the shank of the hook, and let it fall to the bottom when the bite gets tough. The fish either hit it on the fall or suck it right off the bottom. Superior Spring bait, and the best value out there.
From: Papa: USA
Comments: Great swimbait in the grass. Rig it on a 7/0 hook with a 1/4oz belly-weight and hold on! Put a little JJ's on the tail!
From: K.C.: Lake Wales, FL
Comments: I use alot of Gambler's baits. The Big ez is by far my favorite. It just flat out catches fish. This bait and Senkos i never leaver leave home without. The copperfield and the fortyniner are my favorite colors they emulate the golden shiner extremely well. Thats how I catch those big nasties out here in South Florida. By the way for you saltwater guys out there they also catch snook and reds.
From: Boynton Beach, FL
Comments: Great bait, very good swimming motion, soft enough to swim and wiggle lively, tough enough to last a long time on a weighted swimbait hook. Nobody can go wrong with that bait.
From: Fab: France
Comments: used them today 06/16/2012 - me and my bro just killed em! rigged on 6/0 Owner Weighted Beast Hooks. caught a bunch of smaller fish - 1-2lbs and a couple pushing 5. pulled in a ton of northerns as well - including 2 at 40"! a few guys out there tossing other stuff but not hooking into anything at all. not a bad day for us at all!
From: Cheng: Maplewood, MN
Comments: Great baits these are my favorite bait currently I have caught some monsters on these. I use a 7/0 1/8oz davis baits or gambler hook with these.
From: Brett: South FL
Comments: these work awsome texas rigged with a belly weight or as a trailer on a swimjig
From: Jacob: Lakeland, FL
Comments: best swimbait ever! fish on top, off cover, down deep they are great and they smell great too!
From: Jacob: Lakeland, FL
Comments: I love these things. I use a 6/0 or 7/0 Gamakatsu 1/4 oz bellyweight screwlock hook. Over the top or on the edges of grass with a fairly fast retrieve and hang on. They really smell strong so don't leave them laying in the boat.
From: Patrick, Palm Beach, FL
Comments: This is a great swimbait for the money. The tail paddles at a really slow retrieve. Casts a mile. You do need a really big hook for it. The body slides down the bent part of the hook if you use an offset hook after a few hits. I think the solution to this problem would be using a texposer hook by Lunker City which is a great swimbait hook anyway. 6/0 is perfect. (recommend the 1/8 or 3/16 oz. belly weight as a keel). If it slides up on the hook the bait helicopters thru the water.
From: Steve: W. Milford, NJ
Comments: These baits are great for the money. They last a long time and produce strikes. The scent is ok, a little heavy on the garlic for my taste, but the fish seem to like it. I've had the best luck fishing it weightless, despite the description. Kicks hard even on slow rolls. I recommend this bait, as a great back up soft swim.
From: Joe: Massachusetts, USA