Deps Tiny Bullshooter 100 Bleugill

Since the full-size Bullshooter was released in 2011, the original 190mm size baiit has proven itself everywhere as a great big bait for catching big fish. It has performed in small ponds to massive lakes because of how well it swims and attracts big fish.

Now, Deps Tiny Bullshooter, a small and compact 100mm sized bait with the same features is available. The Tiny Bullshooter allows you to better match the size of small bluegill and other panfish. Fish it around weeds and other places where baby gills live to temp wary bass.

The original Bullshooter is so effective because of the water displacement from the jointed body and the Tiny Bullshootter keeps the same qualities, but in a smaller package. It has a fish drawing action even with a straight retrieve, but with the right action, it can achieve a weaving, roaming movement and turn and do a 180-degree turn to get fish to bite.

Slow Sinking Model

Length: 100mm

Weight: 1oz

Type: Silent

Features:

Pectoral fins made of a durable PVC material that sticks to the body during the retrieve and when stopped, it moves and hovers like live bluegill.

Belly fin is shaped like a horizontal tail and helps to prevent snags and also helps to stabilize the bait and give it more action.

Hooks are Size #5 and extremely sharp with a smooth coating to penetrate better. They have a tin colored finish that helps to camouflage the hooks with the belly of the bait. Adding a feathered hook will help to fool pressured bass and add some added attraction, especially in current.

Action:

A straight retrieve gives the bait a solid vibration due to the flat sides of the bait. If you utilize a “stop and go” retrieve, you can make it appear as if the bait is swimming along and wandering away from cover. You can also create a unique feeding action by getting the bait to turn back 180-degrees to trigger bites from followers.

 

High-temperature caution

Take caution to where you store your baits as they can become deformed or cracked due to the expansion of the air during high temperatures. Keep them out of direct sunlight and in hot places like the inside of vehicles or tackle boxes stored during the warmer months as we are not responsible for damages caused due to storing lures in high temperatures.

 





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