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Berkley Power Bait 4-Inch Flippin' Tube

Berkley Power Bait 4-Inch Flippin' Tube The top names in bass fishing got together one day and decided a large scale flippin' tube was needed. When Jay Yelas, Larry Nixon, Ken Cook and Gary Klein were finished brainstorming and working with the scientists at Berkley, the new 4-inch Flippin' Tube was created.
 
Berkley Power Tube

Berkley Power Tube

SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA - The top names in bass fishing got together one day and decided a large scale flippin' tube was needed. When Jay Yelas, Larry Nixon, Ken Cook and Gary Klein were finished brainstorming and working with the scientists at Berkley, the new 4-inch Flippin' Tube was created.
  The 4-inch Flippin' Tube, with detailed texturing, projects a much larger image to attract fish from further distances. And the thicker tube walls add to the bait's durability. Made with Tournament Strength Power Bait® with bio-salt, the tube gives off a scent to attract the bass and a flavor that makes the bass hold on longer.
  A 4/0 or 5/0 hook is best for the oversized 4-inch Flippin' Tube. Rig Texas style with the lightest worm weight possible for the fishing conditions at hand. This gives the Flippin' Tube a more swimming posture and action. Fish the 4-inch Flippin' Tube like any other, around docks, along grass beds and into heavy cover.
  For optimum results, tie the 4-inch Flippin' Tube onto 25-pound Berkley Trilene® Big Game® line. If the water happens to be relative clear, 17-pound Berkley Trilene® Sensation is recommended. A Fenwick® Techna AV® telescopic Flippin'stik and Abu Garcia® Torno low profile reel are an ideal combo.
  A package of six 4-inch Flippin' Tubes has a suggested retail price of $3.95. Colors include:

black with red fleck green pumpkin
watermelon pumpkin green with red fleck
white smoke black with red fleck
smoke with purple fleck watermelon with red glitter

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