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Berkley Powerbait Power Hawg

Berkley Powerbait Power Hawg

$4.29
$5.99
28% off
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Length
5 in
Lure weight
0.16 oz
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Product details

The Berkley PowerBait Power Hawg, designed primarily for bass fishing, is a versatile plastic soft bait that can be flipped and pitched on it's own or as a trailer on a jig. It's multiple appendages create action that bass key on. It also comes impregnated with Berkley's PowerBait Scent that causes bass to hold on longer once they bite for a better chance at a hookup.

Key Features:

  • PowerBait Scent Each bait is impregnated with Berkley's unique scent that has been proven to cause bass to bite and hold on to the bait.
  • Extra Appendages The multple appendages create a lot of movement that cause reaction strikes.
  • Rigging Options The Power Hawg can be fished on a Texas rig, Carolina rig or as a trailer on a jig.
Fishing type
Conventional
Lure type
Soft baits
Quantity per pack
6
Water type
Freshwater
Berkley Powerbait Power Hawg
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Adam Fox
Adam Fox
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a great lure for catching species like bass and snakeheads in warmer climates. The size of this lure attracts larger fish most of the time. This works well on jigheads and weighted hooks. Running these near banks and shorelines where lizards are frequently found in short, jerking motions or slowly near the bottom are the most effective methods of use.