PowerBait® Crappie Nibbles
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Berkley PowerBait makes novice anglers good and good anglers great! Berkley scientists have spent over 25 years perfecting an irresistible scent and flavor - the exclusive PowerBait formula. Fish love PowerBait so much they hold on 18 times longer, giving you the time and confidence to Feel More Bites - Set More Hooks and Catch More Fish!
PowerBait® Crappie Nibbles
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MODEL # CNBN$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorBlue NeonPackagingSmall JarWeight0.90
MODEL # CNC$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorChartreusePackagingJarWeight0.90
MODEL # CNFO$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorFluorescent OrangePackagingSmall JarWeight0.90
MODEL # CNP$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorPinkPackagingJarWeight0.90
MODEL # CNW$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorWhitePackagingJarWeight0.90
MODEL # CNPY$4.29View model specificationsView LargerColorYellowPackagingJarWeight0.90
PowerBait® Crappie Nibbles is rated out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mike435371 from bluegills love this Bluegill are great for catfish bait. With this crappie powerbait I catch bait fish WHEN NOTHING ELSE GETS BITES. Amazing percentage of fish per bait used is very high. It's like fishing sniper style because one hook one bait ball equals one fish nearly every time. I use this bait in Nebraska. Plus bait is so clean to use my wife now fishes. Bait so good wife out fishes me while im trying to get my bait in water. Had to take off 2 of her fish b4 I could fish.
Date published: 2014-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bryon from Crappie nibbles do work I bumped into an older man one day in Walmart looking at crappie jigs. I asked him if any of the store bought Higgs worked for him. He told me a few that he used and told me about the PowerBait Crappie Nibbles. I told him about the jigs that I hand tie and paint. He confessed about the Crappie Nibbles and told Nero try them. Making a longer story short, I tried them and tried to prove that they didn't work. I caught 5:1 on the Crappie Nibbles. It dumbfounded me. I got in touch the man and gave him some of my jigs and now we both catch more than we ever had in our lives. I don't know how they work exactly but I thank you for such a great product. I Crappie fish on Weiss Lake in Alabama a lot. It is supposed to be the Crappie capital of the world. My girlfriend and I caught 150 in 3 hours and kept 24. This product is completely amazing!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by mombows from heally wdrks We have been using this product for the entire fishing season, I catch Crappie on this product but I also catch Large mouth bass, stripped bass and even catfish, I put a minnow on the hook and place a PowerBait on the hook and it will draw the fish.
Date published: 2014-08-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by will16 from Pretty good just not for crappie I bought this like 3 weeks ago fished with it twice never got a crappie of it though. I caught quite a few small trout and that works overall good for stocked trout that are small. I would call them small trout nibblers
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by KENE from FUN FISHIN THE CRAPPIES ARE RUNNING NOW AND THEY LOVE THESE CRAZY LITTLE PELLETS!
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by SilverStar from Use it everytime Love this stuff every time its on my hook I get a bite
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by ultralite jim from I use these always for crappie. I have used the red, white and yellow and they all produce fish. my only complaint would be with the yellow ones. they seem to be smaller and less uniform in size so they don't stay on the hook as well
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1010TWFishing from Always! I purchased 3 jars before LeBaron closed up ... these are a must when you go crappie fishing! Amazing product. I've fished with these for over a decade and it definitely has done wonders when paired with a live minnow!
Date published: 2016-11-02