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Realistic Topwater Dragonfly Soft Plastic Fishing Lure – Plus Bass Fishing Footage



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The Dragon Slayer is a floating realistic soft plastic designed to be used as topwater dragonfly adult bait for Panfish and Bass. Panfish and Bass go absolutely nuts for this bait, and is one of the most realistic soft plastics you can use. There is also some Bass fishing footage at the end of the video, and we caught a couple good ones!. So much fun!!

The bait measures 2.75″ long and is poured with a floating plastic to aid floatation. This bait is on the light side, and is best fished on a Ultralight with light mono line (#4-8LB).

Fishing Tips: Use a Light or Ultralight rod. Light Line is best, we tend to fish it on 6LB. Monofilament works best since is floats, as opposed to Fluorocarbon which sinks.

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9 Comments

  1. Just ordered them along with some others. I kept seeing them orange dragon flies flying around the creek and sure enough I find the perfect lure

  2. I caught some really nice sunfish and some small bass this morning in creek. I was just letting them sit and I’d see the fish nose up to it and inhale it. I used 4 lb mono on my dark wolf bfs reel and ultralight dobyns Sierra casting rod and I was shooting darts. It was really easy to cast that way. I felt like I was fly fishing. It was a ton of fun!

  3. hey beginner here! i’m having real trouble catching anything. i aim towards bass but can’t catch anything, my most recent video covers my trouble. id appreciate some advice from an experienced fisher.

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