Lunker City Slug-Go
The Lunker City Slug-Go is precision balanced to produce the erratic, injured prey action that draws instinctive strikes from all predatory fish. Big fish are triggered by the image of injured prey that Slug-Go projects.
Herb Reed's Original Slug-Go will wet the appetite of gamefish of all sizes, from bass to musky, skipjack to tarpon. Choose from a selection of colors that ranges from ultra-natural imitations of a wide assortment of baitfish to high-visibility colors that ensure both you and the fish know where your lure is at all times.
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Comments: After all these years I have become re-acquainted with these baits & so glad I gave em' a chance once again. I have only been using the 3" version & have had great success on the smaller pressured lakes that I fish. I throw the 3" version on 4lb test with an UL spinning combo; what a blast I am having with these baits. Just because it's such a small bait does not mean that you will only catch small bass though; I have caught several in the 3-4 lb range. I was using the 4" super flukes for a while but just wasn't happy with the action or the results so I decided to buy a few of these; know one around here throws Slug-Gos any longer so it's like I am fishing a brand new bait and the bass are certainly cooperating. I only fish these weightless. The only issue is that there are so many great patterns/colors available and TW only carries 3 in the 3" size.
From: Gary: PA 11/3/15
Comments: I weight them with a lead nail and have used the screw in type weighted hooks, The best hook I have found lately is the weighted hook from Falcon lures. The beveled edges on the lead allows you to run the hook and weight through the nose without tearing up the bait. Every manufacturer seems to make the fluke style bait today but this is still my go to bait and I hope they stick around. I order extra with almost every order, just in case. They cast well, with or without the weight and catch tons of fish in clear water. Their only problem is that it's hard to teach someone anything new after they have fished with these. They are that good.I wish they still made the light pink color as the dark pink isn't as good. The natural shiner type is my first choice but they all work.
From: Virgil: Green Bay, WI 3/23/15
Comments: slugos are the best bait ever and always will be. read the rigging instuctains because if you don't rig them right they will not work but i have got cought bass,pike and panfish on the 3inch ones. again best bait ever.
From: tripple R: USA
Comments: Easy lure to fish, I have been using it for as long as I can remember. I sometimes "load" it with a lead spike to cast it a bit further and get it down a bit faster. Great on Smallmouth in the river over grass, and shallow structure!
From: Mike: Allentown, PA
Comments: When I take someone who has never fished before. I tie a Slugo on their line. It is almost impossible to hang up or fish wrong. But when a Bass chomps it he hooks himself. And that's the truth or my name isn't Gran Pa Fibbz
From: Gran Pa Fibbz Worlds Greatest Outdoors Man
Comments:This is my go to jerkbait and has been for a couple years. The first time I used it, my friend and I caught 25 bass between the two of us on it in 3 hours. The white and arkansas shiner colors have worked best for me.
Comments:The Slugo is still the best twitch bait I have ever used. I was fishing with my partner who was using the Senko and I caught 3 times as many fish as he did.
From:William: Hohenwald, TN
Comments:These are my go to bait. If you want to catch fish then buy these. these will catch fish when all other "imitations" will fail. This is an awesome lure! I have got countless vicious strikes and tons of largemouth and smallmouth bass.
From:Colin: Franklin, MA
Comments:One thing to keep in mind with Slug-Gos is that they are not Senkos. Slug-Gos are twitch baits rather than sinking baits. In fact, they are better twitch baits than Senkos but Senkos are better baits on the drop. Slug-Gos are not loaded with salt (although Lunker City carries a version that is), thus you need to use a weighted hook if you are twitching fast. I have caught a ton of bass and pike on these things since the early '90's.
From:Dean: Minneapolis, MN
Comments:THE SLUG-GO HAS BEEN A REAL BASS KILLER FOR ME ON EVERY LAKE I HAVE FISHED. I HAVE WON TOURNAMENTS ON IT WHEN OTHERS HAD NEVER HEARD OF THIS AWESOME BAIT..I'M SOLD FOR LIFE ON THE SLUG-GO.
From:Mark: Teague, TX