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So I've flipped docs, pitched in cover, fished deep and shallow, but I just can't get a bite on the Havoc Pit Boss.  Does anyone have any suggestions before I toss these baits?

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I would just keep at it.  Change color, lighter weight, etc.  This is a top 5 plastic for me.  A confident bait for sure.  

 

Seriously, just stay with it, it's a great bait.  Very versatile as well.  

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Keep at it - they're fantastic, especially for the price.

 

All I can tell you is what works for me - texas rigged with an 1/8 or 3/16 bullet, thrown pretty much everywhere, but especially submerged grass. A fast or moderate retrieve will get them some of the time, but a slow retrieve gets them all of the time. Ocassional pauses and pops thrown in with slow downs.

 

I also fish the green pumpkin varieties - not much beats green pumpkin around here, except for maybe black.

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Keep at it - they're fantastic, especially for the price.

 

All I can tell you is what works for me - texas rigged with an 1/8 or 3/16 bullet, thrown pretty much everywhere, but especially submerged grass. A fast or moderate retrieve will get them some of the time, but a slow retrieve gets them all of the time. Ocassional pauses and pops thrown in with slow downs.

 

I also fish the green pumpkin varieties - not much beats green pumpkin around here, except for maybe black.

thx

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Pack 'em up and send 'em to ME. Seriously, it's likely a case of wrong bait/wrong time/wrong place. Under what conditions were you using it? I'd bet a downsized plastic would have likely rendered a few bites when the Boss wouldn't.

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The Big Texan color is always tied on for me. Love em

 

+1

 

The Pit Boss is one of my big favorites.

 

Tight lines,

Bob

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I caught A 5+lber using one weightless as A Toad.

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They're a great bait for flipping and pitching! Great chunky body and hook slot.

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Caught my pb a couple of weeks ago on green pumpkin with 1/4oz t rig in grass near lily pads.

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yeah, Pit Bosses are one of the only flipping baits that work for me.

 

keep at it, change locations, time you fish it, think outside the box with what you're doing now and see what happens.

 

Good luck!

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