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Arbogast Jointed Jitterbug, 2-1/2"

Item # 440932
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Key Features

  • Wild, wagging tail for action-packed motion

  • Steel, double-lobed lip for deep, gurgling rhythm

  • Fishes slow for sound or fast for commotion

  • Works just as well for rookies as it does for pros


Our Price   $5.99

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Product Description
An improvement on the #1 topwater night-fishing lure of all time, the Jointed Jitterbug features a wild, wagging tail for action-packed motion and a double-lobed lip for deep, gurgling rhythm that bass can't ignore. The Jointed Jitterbug has also proven itself to be a productive daytime lure, provoking aggressive strikes from all varieties of surface-feeding fish. The motion of the jointed tail creates extra flash from the frantic swinging of the lure's bright plated treble hooks. Its steel, double-lobed lip is placed at a specific angle to produce the loud, rhythmic, paddling sounds that have been proven irresistible to every known surface-feeding fish for the last 50 years. They can be fished slowly to product rhythmic "plopping" sounds or faster to create surface commotion. This consistent lure works just as well for rookies as it does for pros, making it perfect for any level angler.
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Specifications
Model G620
Length (in.) 2-1/2
Weight (oz.) 3/8
Hook #5 Treble, 2
Running Depth Topwater
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Arbogast Jointed Jitterbug, 2-1/2"
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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        5.0

        Great Lure

        By Joe Blow

        from Washington

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Handle
        • Irresistible to Fish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Fresh Water

          Comments about Arbogast Jointed Jitterbug, 2-1/2":

          Great Lure. Bass Always smash it. The only problem I have with it is the treble hooks hook each other once in a while.... no biggie though.

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          5.0

          Great any time

          By Fishin Preacher

          from Galax ,Va

          About Me Avid Fisher

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Easy To Handle
          • Easy To Store
          • Good For Variety Of Fish
          • Looks Realistic
          • Strong

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Fresh Water

            Comments about Arbogast Jointed Jitterbug, 2-1/2":

            A great Bait. I have used this bait in lakes, ponds and rivers and it is a great bait wherever you use it. It has done good from dusk to dawn and back to dusk. I would give it a 10.

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            4.0

            An Old Favorite

            By Jim

            from Upstate NY

            About Me Casual/ Recreational

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Good For Variety Of Fish

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Arbogast Jointed Jitterbug, 2-1/2":

                Performs as advertised.....an old top-water favorite.

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