Posted by Unknown on 10th Feb 2017
I just received the Bully and went out in 54 degree water to test it. First trip, first time using it and caught two largemouths. No size but hey, wait until the fish get into the spawn period. i know I am anxious.....Tight Lines.....
Posted by Jon Baute on 25th Jan 2017
I recently stocked up on a new color: Delta Destroyer in the Bullygrass Devil so that I would have more in different color. From my experience so far using this bait, they are deadly on bass.
Posted by Mangler on 20th Jan 2017
Here is a bait you can flip into the jungle and not worry about sliding down your hook and catch multiple fish on. If you want to fill live wells with quality fish try the devil out you wont regret it.
Posted by Steve Borelli on 22nd Aug 2016
The bully grass devil has to be the best bait I've ever used for fishing heavily weeded areas goes through the thickest grass with ease great for shoreline brush areas , the first time I used this bait was at a tournament very poor conditions but they put me on fish .. Very durable and boyant I was amazed how durable they are ,and the complete line of baits is the same
Posted by preston maples on 22nd Aug 2016
Put this lure to the test flipping heavy lilly pads ! It's slender body slides between the lillys so easy yet the arms undulated so w undulated elk the bass couldn't resist it!!!
Posted by Matt Razey on 16th Dec 2014
My first trip to the south end of Lake Champlain in the Ticonderoga area and I knew what I had to have in my boat for flipping outside grass lines and punching mats. This bully grass devil is the real deal. Its tough and durable yet compact enough to get into tight spots and can really punch through the thick stuff.
I kept it real simple for color selection. Green pumpkin got the nod most of the time, when it was high skies and sunny the green pumpkin with watermelon red did the trick a little better. Champlain can dirty up in a hurry especially if coming from the north, it will mess that southern end up in a hurry. When that happens I switch it to black and blue swirl and they chomp it.
For flipping the outside grass I used a 3/4 oz sinker and a 4/0 hook and for punching I beefed up to either a 1 oz or 1.5 oz depending on the slop and a 5/0 hook and it was lights out on those green fish.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Nov 2014
Recently received the Bully Grass Devil plastics I ordered. First thing I noticed, and the most important thing to me, is the plastic was super tough. Just like the 3.5" Craw D'oevre. Tough plastic means harder for the fish to tear it up. And team it with the soft bait glue you offer, you've got a super durable plastic that will last a lot longer than conventional plastics on the market. Glad I found PTL.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Jun 2014
The action on the Bully Grass Devil is second to no other creature lure out there. This lure entices the big girls and the Hog Tonic keeps the bite on so you can set the hook.
PTL--best soft plastics out there.
Posted by Hubert smigelski on 27th Feb 2014
Catches Big Bass, The Hog Tonic keeps them locked on.... Great bait in thick grass, around laydowns and in the pads... I recommend this bait to all fisherman who want to catch the bass of a lifetime!!!
Posted by Mke on 15th Feb 2014
Tried these out last summer punching them through the slop on heavy braid and a pegged 1oz Tungsten weight. The big feet on the end are thick and move lot's of water, also rise when at rest. Love the Black/Blue. Very durable, and slips through the slop and vegetation well.
Single Pack: 6 Ct.
As you sit back and stare at that sloppy mat of vegetation that looks so thick you'd swear you could walk on it, you quietly lean forward and grab your heavy flippin' stick. And while you're rigging up a 1.5 oz. tungsten, a 5/0 Flippin' hook and a Bully Grass Devil onto your 65 lb. braid, all kinds of thoughts go through your head. "There's gotta be a pig under that stuff", "I'm gonna cross somebody's eyes", "Just need to find that sweet spot inside the spot", "Man I wish I didn't eat that burrito last night". But once your line gets thumped, your mind immediately goes blank, you violently slam back with a vicious hook set and you start cranking that massive pile of salad towards you like a human winch. Once it reaches the boat, you frantically start peeling away the pile of greenery only to find that you've just landed the 5.7 lb. kicker fish you've been looking for all day! Now more thoughts are running through your head! "This is the winning fish right here baby!", "King Kong ain't got nothing on me!", "Gotta make it back to the weigh-in fast!", "I'm never eating at that Mexican restaurant again!", "There better be a Porta-jon at the ramp!". Then after everyone has weighed in and you're being handed the first place check in front of all the other competitors, an ear to ear smile swallows your face as you think about all the family members and buddies you get to call on the ride home and brag to. So what's the moral of the story you ask? That's a no-brainer! Fishing the Bully Grass Devil and cashing checks has a special way of making you forget about your newly paved skid marks from that damn burrito.
Get nasty with this bait. Throw it into the sloppiest stuff you can find and hold on. That's what it's designed for! Matted grass is what the Bully Grass Devil calls "home sweet home"….so send it to its home!!!