Posted by Unknown on 29th Dec 2016
One of the oldest and proven ways to catch fish. Leave it to PTL to make a great bait even better
Posted by Gary Jr. / Germanik Angler on 11th Aug 2016
One of my favorite methods of fishing is hopping/swimming a grub on weighted jig heads. Aside from the obvious bite inspiring action of PTL Grubs, there was another quality that stood out. Anyone who uses this technique knows the frustration of having little "tail biters" (a.k.a. Sunnies, Rock Bass, etc) rip the tails from our grubs rendering them effectively useless. I did not lose a single tail in 2.5 days of fishing. Even my father (a bait fisherman) commented on how he was amazed that the tail of his grub remained despite the constant tugging of "tail biters."
Posted by Dcam on 2nd Aug 2016
Normally i just put a spinnerbait on and cast away, ordered a bunch of these in various colors including the 6 color kit with storage box and hooks. Originally got them to fish on swim jigs but decided to try something new and throw a few on various nichols pulsator 1/2 oz double willows. Within the first 3-4 cast's i had bass slamming them, the action of the tail is like nothing ive seen on other grubs. Only reason im giving 4 stars is because the tails do tear easily, smaller fish take them off in small bites and a few came with the ends of the tails missing out of the packaging. But stuff happens, still a great bait at a great price. Get some today!
Posted by Bruce Callis Jr on 20th Jun 2016
The 4.5 Grub is a very versatile lure. Rig it on a jig as a trailer and bounce it. Or on a swim jig and let the tail entice a hawg to engulf it. Works great Texas rigged also, bouncing or swimming it!! You won't go wrong unless you fail to use them.
Posted by J.Gomez on 9th Mar 2015
I bought these grubs for the fluke season coming up. The texture and colors are amazing. The feel and look are great. I can't wait to put these to the test after a couple bites.
Posted by Brian J Quigg on 30th Oct 2014
I bought these baits a few weeks ago, great packaging and amazing colors! I fish the Susquehanna River around Harrisburg, Pa on a weekly basis and figured I would try the "Susky Slayer" in the food chain 3.5" tube. WOW!!!, it is truly a slayer! I've been mainly a crankbait and spinnerbait bait power fisherman for years but have finally seen the light and made the switch. Hog Tonic is also another MUST have product, smallies go nuts for it! I'm now on my 3rd order and can't wait to try some new products! Thanks PowerTeamLures for making an awesome product! Fast shipping and great customer service.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Oct 2014
The PTL grub on a jig head has become my Go-To for light line stripers. The tail has some super sexy action that the guys and girls with the stripes can't refuse! Even at slow speeds, they are irresistible to fish. In the lights I like to keep the colors simple, silk chartreuse, blue hue, pearl and a dark color like green pumpkin will all "do work".
Posted by Mike on 1st Jul 2014
This grub is pure nasty…the body design is unique and displaces water different than any other grub. What I like is the super soft yet durable tail. PTL did it right loading these grubs up with scent but keeping the salt out for better durability and longer lasting baits. Cut the head down a 1/2" if the water is cold or the bass or walleye are finicky. I like to fish them slow, on a 1/8oz-1/4oz jig most common. The Electric Chicken is great for dirty water, and options like Blue Hue, or any of the greens in clear water blue sky conditions. Experiment with them, great for cold front's or fishing sand flat's for smallies!
Single Pack: 10 ct.
Here's a little Q & A session covering the 3 most frequently asked questions about our 4.5" Grub.
Question #1: Hey PowerTeam! Why does your 4.5" Grub have that funky body design?
Answer: The forward ribbed body design ensures that the bait is displacing the maximum amount of water possible with every crank of your reel handle (the fish really like this feature).
Question #2: Hey PowerTeam! Why does your 4.5" Grub have that weird design on the tail?
Answer: The tail was specifically designed with a staggered offset pattern which allowed us to add more total weight to the tail. By doing so, this slick move added an extra "thump" to its already awesome action which allows the fish to feel it on their lateral lines way before they even see it (the fish really like this feature too).
Question #3: Hey PowerTeam! Why does your 4.5" Grub kick so much ass?
Answer: See the answers for questions #1 and #2.
There you have it! The answers to the top 3 most frequently asked questions regarding our 4.5" Grub. So what's the bottom line you're now asking? I'll tell you what the bottom line is…..This isn't the same Grub your grandfather was throwing 20 years ago peeps! Open your minds and welcome to the new era of Grub fishing (the fish will REALLY like you for this feature!).
***If you're looking for a really cool head to swim our 4.5" Grub on, look no further than our "perfect fit" FCT Heads.
I just love me some Grub! Hopping it on a FCT Head, stroking it on the back of a jig, swimming on the back of a Spinnerbait, buzzing on the back of Buzzbait , 5 fluttering on an A-Rig, or vibrating along on a Scrounger head. You can't go wrong!