Missile Baits D Bomb
TW Exclusive Colors: Green Pumpkin Watermelon, June Blue Bug, Melon Cinnamon Purple & Oxblood Red Flk
Pitching and flipping has a new go-to bait. The Missile Baits D Bomb is a bulky 4" creature bait with a unique, ribbed body designed to displace lots of water, resulting in a straight fall. The tails sail when left connected or flap wildly when separated. The body is thinner where the hook comes out for easy hook sets, but has a thicker head so the bait stays on the hook.
Missile Baits is a small company dedicated to creating serious soft plastic baits to help anglers catch more fish. Straight off the top-level professional bass tour, and out of the head of Bassmaster Elite Series standout, John Crews, each bait is uniquely designed and thoroughly tested to ensure it is just right. When you pick a bag of Missile Baits D-Bombs or any Missile bait, know they are being fished in the world's biggest bass tournaments when only the best will cut it.
"Welcome to the next level of pro-designed, serious soft plastics. We love catching fish, and want to help you catch more." - Bassmaster Elite Series pro, John Crews.
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Comments: This is currently my favorite flipping bait, and let me tell you. They are awesome! They are inexpensive & come in a variety of colors what's not to like?! My favorite colors are Green Pumpkin, Candy Grass & Bruiser Flash, but there really isn't a bad color. Pick some up, great buy!
From: G Money: TN 1/27/16
Comments: Throw the whole bait on the back of your chatterbait & prepare to load the boat. Candy grass on a green pumpkin/gold chatterbait. They need a white one though!
From: Mike: Madison, WI 10/19/15
Comments: guys most definitely my favorite flipping bait of all time I've caught 8lber & 7lber & the list goes on with these d bombs I have prolly around 200 of these ready to go Every time I go out!! Needless to say, best jig trailer ever made for any jig football, flipping, or Ike's finesse flipping jigs made by missile as well!! I love throwing theses on a football head jig for spawning bass or on the back of a swim jig! I need a white colored d bomb or a grey metal flake d bomb both or preferably a white pearl one for bedding fish I promise you if you add this color john crews I would buy a bunch of packs of them!! White pearl D Bomb please!
From: Kaleb: Lakeland, FL 8/17/15
Comments: Best. Bait. Ever. Flippin, t rig, shakey head, whatever. I've caught everything from monster LMB to flathead catfish to snapping turtles on these. And they get inhaled, so have your needle noses ready.
From: Tony: Yukon, OK 7/19/15
Comments: Hands down the best flipping bait I have ever thrown. Have fished at numerous lakes from Falcon to Tablerock, and they catch fish everywhere. Just got back from fork where my dad was flipping a brush hog and I was flipping a super bug D-Bomb. Both were behind a 3/8 oz. pepper custom punch skirted weight. Needless to say the D-Bomb easily outfished the brush hog 2:1.
From: Blain: Weatherford, OK 3/12/15
Comments: It seems like the bass at my pond only eat senkos, Drop shot worms, or anything really finesse. I tried so many craws and jigs but nothing caught fish! My friend had a D Bomb so i put it on, it was my first time using it. 5 minutes later I caught a huge 9lber! The D Bomb has so much action and is super soft. These straight up catch fish, Big ones too! Don't hesitate to buy these, they will soon become your favorite bait!
From: Kyle: Clovis, CA 2/28/15
Comments: All I can say is wow! We hammered the bass up here all summer with these. Didn't matter if we were flippin',shakey head riggin' or texas riggin' them. I caught more 4-5lb largemouths on D Bombs than any other soft plastic including my season best. Being able to buy them in the 25pk bag is a bonus. If you haven't used them give them a try, you'll be glad you did.
From: Rondo: MN 2/19/15
Comments: This thing simply catches fish. Punching in the cal delta with this thing is killer!!! Caught my biggest punch fish to date with this bait and paycheck punch skirt, the fish crunched it and almost lifted me off the deck after I set the hook. Bass flat out eat the D bomb!
From: Ricky: Hercules, CA 10/10/14
Comments: Missile baits catch fish! If you don't believe in these baits you should. We have won many tournaments off these baits and blown out so,e tournaments thanks to these baits. The thin ribbed body and the stretchy plastic allow for fishing thick cover or punching. If you haven't used these baits just buy a pack of green pumpkin and hang on tight, you won't be let down!
From: Wisconsin Angling Outdoors: WI 9/29/14
Comments: What a fantastic beaver, the smallmouth just devour these and the largemouth annihilate them. I was once a doubter about the effctivness of these soft plastics because of reviews I have seen, however, after seeing and using them first hand they are amazing.
From: Jay: USA 8/2/14
Comments: This bait is by far the best plastic I have ever used! I can throw a beaver or a jig all day long and not catch half as many as I could have with the Missle D Bomb.
From: Mason: USA 7/12/14
Comments: After 15-17 bags of these, I am starting to notice a lack of quality control. Sometimes, the dark color of the bait is just a strip. This bugs me, and I consider that bait trash. It's a confidence thing. I had a WHOLE pack with this problem, which isn't cool at all. Cmon John and the gang...these mofos ain't cheap.
From: Jay6: USA 6/15/14
Comments: Great bait. Love using this on a biffle head and comes through cover easily. Super soft not only imparts great action but also makes for better hook up rates because it allows the hook to penetrate better than harder soft plastics. As far as durability I don't think it's bad at all. I skin hook the point back into the ribs and it works great. Can catch 5 or more fish per bait if you just flip it over from time to time and re-rig it on the opposite side. Any soft plastic that stands up to 5 or more fish is more than fair I think. I would say it's just as durable as a RI Sweet Beaver or Zoom Brush Hog. These really are super baits.
From: Brett: St. Louis, MO 5/19/14
Comments: These baits are D Bomb!!! I went bass fishing VERY early this spring. Just after opening day here in Wisconsin(May 3). I was using all of my summer bass baits and was not catching anything so I pulled these things out to give them a try. When I tied it on my buddy stared laughing at me but I said that these were my secret bait but he didn't believe me. First cast and BOOM! I landed a nice 3lb largemouth near the bank. I continued to use it for the next 20 min or so before we got off the lake and caught 2 other nice 2+lb bass. Tie these things on as a trailer of a dirty jigs swim jig in war mouth at 3/8 or 1/2 and you will not be disappointed. I like the watermelon red or the super bug.
From: Ryan: WI 5/10/14
Comments: Fish the Big O with these last January. Best 5 on first day weighed 38.65lbs 2nd day best 5 weighed 35.87lbs. Stuck 23 fish over 7 pounds in 5 days. Stuck 8 over 9 pounds and 3 over 10 pounds.
Used a DBomb and a 1.5oz Flippin Jig around Tilapia Beds just like Ish Monroe does. Epic Bait.
From: Richard: Saint Francis, MN
Comments: D Bomb is simply DA BOMB!! With its perfect ribbed-texture, color selections, actions, dulability and most importantly - BIG BASS CATCHING ABILITY, the D Bomb became one of my favorite plastics ever! I often use it as a jig trailer, but punch rig works great too! Thanks Missile Baits!
From: Capt. Shark: Duluth, MN
Comments: 25 pack of super bug PLEASE! Tired of buying 10 packs at a time! IMO best flipping pitching bait out! I iust go through alot and want bulk bags. Not unusual to go through a bag a day but then again catching over 20 fish uses some plastic!
From: RHobbs: WA
Comments: Caught a bass on this bait the very first time I used it. A small one but a bass nonetheless. I fished at a pond near my house where I haven't caught anything as long as I've been fishing at this pond and I've used every kinda bait that I have.. The second I put this D Bomb on a Texas rig BAM!!! FISH!ON!! Get you some of these they work. Bruiser Flash baby... I will be getting me a Large bag of those..
From: Dalton: Swansea, MA, USA
Comments: Wow. One of my go to lures now. Put it on the back of a jig or texas rig it. Has great action. The negatives? Without a bait keeper, they are difficult to keep on hook and they do not last long (you can still catch bass after they are torn up though!). I can't wait until I order the 25 pack of Candy Grass, well worth it!
From: Kyle: Touchdown City, Morgantown WV
Comments: I now have a new favorite flipping bait. It has great action. They are a bit soft though. Use a hook with a bait keeper and maybe they will last longer.
From: Blue Perch: WI
Comments: Fished 3 tourneys with the D-Bombs on Lake Guntersville and Wheeler Lake. Fished them with a snelled Trokar Flipping hook 4/0, and a tungsten weight. Made long casts and within 8 feet of retrieve, got nailed each time. Great durability too. 4 to 5 fish on each bait!!! Grass is just a foot below the surface on Guntersville. Can't wait to start punching when the grass finally does get on the surface.
From: Pete: Decatur, AL
Comments: Awesome Bait! I tried these baits for the first time during a club tournament. I punched this bait using the "love bug" color in heavy grass with a 1 ounze weight. On the second flip, I caught a 5.08 bass, which won me the big fish for the day. These baits are extremely soft but very durable. Hate to tell ya Ryan, but these just aren't another beaver style bait, they're better! Great job on the design!
From: Tom: N. Charleston, SC
Comments: Da bomb!! Got mine the other day with some punching gear and had to try em out even though it was raining heavy outside. The water i was fishing was flooded but the mats stayed on top for the most part. First mat i punched i hopped it one time as soon as it hit bottom and it got slammed by a 5.5 lber which is a good fish for NW Indiana. I think the ribbed body really does displace alot of water and its very soft. Its really easy to rig also with the ribs. My new Beaver style baitbfor sure!!
From: Jeff: Rensselaer, IN
Comments: boom goes the d bomb in a fish ... shut up its not stupid lol... no for real these are killer as punch baits, bed baits, on the back of a flip jig, my favrite is a manns stone jig with a d bomb both green pumpkin ask my 5.5#er about it... or just texas rig with a pegged weight. best beavers out there. good luck and may the force be with you, always.
From: Michael: san jose, CA
Comments: Went fishing today and threw a jig all day. Okeechobee Craw color jig with a reaction innovations beaver in dirty sanchez..nothing. Switched out the trailer with a D Bomb in watermelon red and within 3 casts caught a nice 2lber. Great Bait and Great price. I love them. my new go to jig trailer!
From: Giuliano: San Jose, CA
Comments: Great bait. Candy grass and love bug are awesome. One of the baits that I will always have tied on. They last a long longer than other baits and do not tear easily.
From: Tom: IL
Comments: I wanted to try something new. Bought ONE pack of these and I am impressed how well these things work. The durability is AMAZING. I caught big bass after big bass on this bait. The only reason why I had to put a new D-Bomb on was because Northern pike seem to love these things as well.
From: Peter: MN
Comments: Oh. My. Gosh. This bait is the real deal. It catches fish like nothing ive ever seen plastics wise. Rigged weightless it has the most tantalizing fall - nothing can resist. The durablilty is simply unbleivable. I kid you not, I got at least 18-20 bass per BAIT. I used 5 other brands of beaver style baits in the same day where I was killing them on these and couldnt even get a limit with the others. Buy the D-bomb. You will NEVER want to go back.
From: Cobi: MI
Comments: Gave away a gallon size freezer bag full of beaver baits and replaced them in all flavors (colors) of these things. Damn talk about durable, I like to use the Gambler Ratlin' Goop weights with them on a 2/0 Gamakatsu braided line off set worm hook on 25lb. test Seagar Abraz-X. That setup works pretty good when the bass are a little line shy of the noise that braid makes when you're flipping around grass and wood.
From: LJ: Sacramento