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SPRO Launches 3 New Essential Bass Baits

In an effort to make sure that bass anglers are ready for anything, SPRO has launched new popper, square bill, and minnow styles baits that are sure to produce results for anglers at all levels. They’re competitively priced, and we can’t wait to give them a shot this summer.


E POP 80

“The E Pop 80 serves as the popper bait providing anglers a perfect bait for the aggressive topwater bite. The E Pop 80 has an extremely loud popping action with a loud knocking sound- calling in fish from a distance. The bait is designed to cast easily and can be walked back to the boat, creating life-like action that bass can’t resist. Paired with Gamakatsu’s #4 treble hook on the front and a #4 Gamakatsu feather treble hook on the back, you are sure to hook up when an aggressive bass blows up your bait.”
$8.20


Hunter 65 SB

Hunter 65 SB brings the versatile square bill bait into play. Square bill baits are notorious for getting the biggest of bass to strike as they deflect off the thick cover. Its erratic hunting action and loud knocking sound gets the bass’s attention, making this bait a must-have for any bass angler. Armed with the world’s sharpest #4 Gamakatsu treble hooks, you will be able to count on solid hook-sets to wench bass out of the heavy cover. With a dive curve of 3′-5′ ft, this is the perfect bait to fish over rocks and timber.”
$8.20


Zero Minnow 130

Zero Minnow 130 is one of those baits that work anywhere you fish. The versatility of a minnow style wake bait makes it one of the most deadly types of baits on the market. Fished in early spring, or the dog days of summer, wake baits are hard to beat. The minnow style baits have great castability, making it easy to cover water. With a diving depth of 0-1′ ft, these baits can be used in several different ways to entice bass to attack. With its loud knocking sound and #4 Gamakatsu treble hooks, the Zero Minnow 130 is a game-changer in wake baits.”
$8.80

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