Berkley Powerbait

jcanracerjcanracer Posts: 4,258 Moderator
A well-intentioned friend gave me two packs of these small lures last week in a birthday gift bag:
http://www.berkley-fishing.com/berkley-bait-soft-bait-berkley-powerbait/powerbait-pre-rigged-swim-shad/1307663.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwibDXBRCyARIsAFHp4fp-y8go-vQ_NHCCz_sXEvNpi66OPSgb_4cCFV-Spwrk5IGWo-HvBdMaAgcvEALw_wcB&kwid=productads-adid^225674142409-device^c-plaid^369263095129-sku^1307663-adType^PLA

What does one use these for? I'm assuming freshwater fishing? doesn't look very useful for saltwater fishing...
Hobie Kayak angler for life!

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  • mplspugmplspug Lake Mary, FloridaPosts: 6,461 Admiral
    Not useful because of the color?  Fish isn't that smarts.

    Captain Todd Approves

  • krashkrash Posts: 568 Officer
    They would always be good for Cuda in the bay.... depending on color they would catch a multitude of inshore species.
    Old Fugger who just likes to fish
  • Rich MRich M Posts: 1,011 Officer
    Those are one of my go-to baits.  I just bought 4 bags for a fishing trip.   

    Not gonna catch sailfish on 'em but trout, reds, snook - sure thing.

    People catch fish on wrenches - those jigs are easier to use.
  • DES51DES51 Posts: 79 Greenhorn
    Those are killer baits! Great for inshore and freshwater. Try them.
  • jcanracerjcanracer Posts: 4,258 Moderator
    hah, good feedback, I guess I need to retreat inshore once in a while if the breeze keeps me from fishing offshore.
    Hobie Kayak angler for life!
  • andrewthe1andrewthe1 Posts: 608 Officer
    I bet you would nail some fish trolling them out to your reef spots!

    Also they work very good for trout, reds and flounder up here in NE FL- that color especially!
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