Spro BBZ-1 Swimbait 8" Slow Sink
The Spro BBZ swimbaits designed by swimbait expert Bill Siemantel were designed to cover the entire water column. The BBZ Slow Sink allows an angler to fish the upper half of the water column. The life like action of the BBZ comes from the counter balanced pin segments in the joints. This joint system allows the BBZ to swim with a natural motion. The Spro BBZ has soft but durable fins and tail section for a lively natural presentation. The soft tail section is colored to prefectly match the hard body of the BBZ. The BBZ color options are extremely realistic and natural.
All Spro BBZ Swimbaits come equipped with Gamakatsu 1/0 2X Strong Treble hooks and Spro Power Split Rings.
|BBZ-1 SS||8in||4.8oz||Slow Sink|
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Comments: I never use this bait in freshwater and it still works wonders! I use it for calico bass, sand bass, and my personal favorite barracuda! I now use these BBZ swimbaits for barracuda instead of using soft plastic swimbaits since it's a hardbody swimbait it won't tear up like the plastics, and the treble hooks do a good job of stickin' the 'cuda. In other words you may think it's a bit pricey but this bait is an example of you getting what you pay for. Great bait!
From: Andreu: Santa Monica, CA
Comments: you think a hudd looks real in the water... you better try this bad boy. great bait I just tend not to throw it as much as I would a soft body like huddleston because of the trebles on the bottom its very hard to slow roll it without snagging.
Comments: BUY IT! THIS IS THE ONE! I love this bait! One of my favorites next to the 6" model. I have landed some big hard fighting bass with this swimbait fishing it fast and slow! You can't go wrong if you buy this bait and STICK TO IT! DONT GIVE UP and LEARN how and where and why to fish this lure and you will be successful! If I don't catch a fish with it every time, I at least get followers! This bait is MONEY for real! Since they lowered the price $5.. Spro is practically trying to GIVE you a trophy fish!
From: Tacklejunkie: Southern California