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You can make this a poll. Pit boss is nice for the money but I'd pick the structure bug ultimately. 

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Structure Bug was money for me last year. Haven't had much luck with the Pit Boss.

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It depends on what I'm using it for.  On a punch rig, I prefer the Pit Boss. Almost every other situation, I'd opt for the Rage Tail.

 

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Haven't used a pit boss enough but never caught a fish off it and I don't like how sometimes the tails stick together. I catch bass and pike in CT off the rage structure bug and have not had any  same success with and NY times times type of craw or creature. Bama craw or black blue structure bug Texas rig will work anywhere I tried.

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Between those two, the 'Structure Bug'

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I'm a big fan of the Havoc line of baits.... The Rage Bug is better overall but often at a cost of twice as much.

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After getting my first package of Structure Bugs from that Big-Ole Texan I gave everything else away...aint looked back!

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If money isn't an option, Rage Bug. If I'm paying out of pocket (and assuming Berkley didn't discontinue ALL my favorite colors), I'd take the Pit Boss.

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The Rage Structure Bug is MONEY!

 

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

If money isn't an option, Rage Bug. If I'm paying out of pocket (and assuming Berkley didn't discontinue ALL my favorite colors), I'd take the Pit Boss.

I think Academy still had purple lime passion and sapphire blue online

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Both work very well as a jig trailer or as a texas rigged plastic. My buddy uses the pit bosses while I fish more of the bugs. We both catch plenty of fish.

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Pit Boss.

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Both work great. The pit boss is money for me, caught a pair of six plus pounders last year for me.

 

 

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Depends if you want a lot of action or a little action. They are both good at different times.

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I love both, but as others have said, the rage bug seems to produce better for me, but the cost effectiveness of the pitboss is unmatched.  

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I like the rage bugs for a bigger presentation but if I'm sizing down a little the 3" pit bosses seem to really do well.  

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Rage bug hands down. I tried an experiment last year. Tied on a summer craw rage bug and went flipping, caught around 5 fish. Took it off, threw on a summer craw pit boss, no bites. Put the rage bug back on and went to town on them again. They may be twice the cost, but I'd rather catch fish than have 2 packs of lures that don't produce as well.

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never tried the structure bug so its definitely the pit boss for me 

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Rage structure bug,Great bait

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