One of MegaStrike's most innovative creations, the MegaStrike MegaBug is unlike most of the other beaver-style baits on the market. Spewing with action, the MegaBug looks like it is scurrying for its life as it enters the water - with its claws flapping and two sets of legs swimming. A great choice for flipping and pitching applications, the MegaBug is a big fish bait that just screams “eat me.” Available in a variety of colors, the MegaStrike MegaBug is also the only creature bait loaded with MegaStrike Fish Attractant - the only fish attractant comprised of the proper balance of Amino Acids and proteins to make fish strike and hold on longer.
Comments: Awesome bait to use on a swinging jig head, black/bue is a great color to use in low light conditions. Drag it over rocky structure or pitch it into cover.
From: Quillback: NW, AR
Comments: This bait is great. Always catch fish on it. Love the watermelon purple copper flake and black blue flake. My go to when flippin and pitch.
From: Pete: NJ
Comments: these things suck. i flipped one for an hour until bluegills ripped all the tentacles off, switched to a sweet beaver, and nailed a 4 pounder.
save your money.
From: Jake: Absecon, NJ
Comments: when nothing else was working they haven't seen a mega bug does it all Texas rig worked the best for me!
From: sealionbrian: Lake Forest, CA
Comments: great lure for rock cover and wood. i like useing these for flipping and jig trailers good for both uses but id prefer using it for flipping structure on a hotday
Comments: These things are great for smallies! They displace quite a bit of water so they make great pitching/flipping baits as well. They have a fairly slow rate of fall, so if you like to fish fast I would recommend getting some bullet weights or fish them on a jighead of some sort. The colors available are all classics so they should all work very well. If you're unsure, just pick one by random for fun.
From: James: Illinois, USA
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