How To Rig A Tube Bait The Right Way | Bass Fishing

Here are several effective ways to rig a tube bait to catch more fish! And don’t put jigheads in your mouth! The name of the weedless jighead in the video is the Bite Me jig, and you can find it in most BPS stores (not online). And don’t put jigheads in your mouth!

The name of the weedless jighead in the video is the Bite Me jig, and you can find it in most BPS stores (not online).

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34 thoughts on “How To Rig A Tube Bait The Right Way | Bass Fishing

  1. Glenn.. Several years ago, Berkley did a study. The profile, which I see as an inverted tube, was the best profile for attracting bass strikes. In order to sell lures, Berkley must appeal to buyers/human customers, as well as fish. An inverted tube profile is a hard sell to a lure buyer. It must have claws etc which the bass take off first etc in order to sell., so Berkley went with human appeal rather than fish appeal in order to market.. Unfortunately I am 88 and likely will ever be on the water again. I do have one rod rigged with a tube inverted with polystyrene in the head , to depict this profile. Hopefully, I will be physically able to test my theory.

  2. That Eagle Claw high-performance hook looks similar in shape to a shiner hook (only shiner hooks don't have that clip). I've also heard of guys stuffing the tube weightless so it floats and you can fish it like a walking-style topwater lure.

  3. For river fishing I always temper my jighead hooks with a torch just slightly. The hook will straighten out easier, so if you get hung on rocks you pull it straight, bend it back and go again. Haven't had a bass straighten one out before, but there's a risk of that, so I don't use this method for stillwater.

  4. LOL I said the same thing to myself, stop sticking a hunk of lead into your mouth, take some fish scent and squirt a small amount into the hollow plastic and the lead head will just slip right in.

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