PowerBait® Power® Nymph
1in | 3cm
Still deciding? Try the
- Formulated for trout and panfish
- Emulates juvenile (nymph) stages of an insect’s life, on which many fish feed
- A favorite food for many fish
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® Power® Nymph
Use filters to find the right modelClear Filters
MODEL # PBHPN1-CSF$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorChartreuse Silver FleckPackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-GCH$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorGreen ChartreusePackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-POS$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorPearl Olive ShadPackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-PSD$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorPink ShadPackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-PC$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorPumpkin ChartreusePackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-SMO$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorSmoke OrangePackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-TD$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorToadPackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # PBHPN1-YEO$4.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorYellow/OrangePackage Count12PackagingHalf Bag
PowerBait Power Nymph is rated out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Redfish from Big Perch Love this Nymph! I used the nymph for the first time on Lake Simcoe for jumbo perch. I typically have small rubber baits that I am comfortable with and have produced consistently through the years. But perch have been a very difficult bite this year as the forage for lare perch has turned to goby. When my goby imitation baits would not get a reaction I switch to the Power Nymph and there was an immediate reaction. I just hammered them one after another. It was impressive.
Date published: 2014-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by CacaponRiverFanatic from Fish love the leg and tail action! I first fished the pumpkin and chartreuse color nymph on a 1/16ths oz. grub head. I was consistently catching fish in a river in WV when others fishing with artificial grubs were just getting a few nibbles. The sunfish and smallmouth would attack the legs and tail to the point where I was putting on a new nymph 2 to 3 times an hour. They love how it looks. I ordered more as I had used all of them on that trip and made a mistake and ordered the green/chartreuse color. I took the new color to the same river in WV, same spots, and had similar success as last time. It was just over a month later, so the conditions were different, but it seemed like pumpkin/chartreuse did better for me. Still, this is a fantastic lure for typical river variety of bass and panfish.
Date published: 2014-09-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by snakebite from Roll the dice The Nymphs work great ...however the colors are not consistent from pack to pack even when ordering the same color. For example the pink shad...sometimes all pink next bag mostly white next bag nymph will be half pink and white.
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by IowaChad from Deadly on stream trout Used the Toad color, letting it drift along and tick bottom (with split shot) on a #8 Owner Mosquito hook beneath a small Thill float. The float keeps the bait moving along with the current and then disappears when a fish takes. The rainbows loved it. This was the first time I've used the product and I will certainly buy it again. It was durable enough to catch 2 or 3 fish on each bait. All fish were hooked in the lips, not gut hooked. This is better than live bait in my opinion.
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by wyatt1118 from LOOKS ALIVE Was fishing a locale creek and could see the trout look at the other live baits i was using. They seemed uninterested in them like they had seen them all before. I decided to try they pink nymph and just float it by using verylight split shot. The first pass by they seemed to come alive and chase up to it but not quite take it so i added alittle mor weight and let it settle on the bottom. Once it set and the current moved the the arms like it was a living bug the trout couldn't resist it. I ranout of the nymphs after catching over 30 fish.
Date published: 2013-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Matty Page from Pink and Olive are my favorites. Been using them for YEARS. Lot's of big panfish, white bass. Big largemouth and smallmouth snap 'em up during cold fronts. Got a 20 pound carp on one with a cane pole. I fish for days with only these. Put a dab of crazy glue between the jig head and plastic body, then a dab of glue where the hook exits the tail and you'll spend more time catching fish, instead of adjusting the body. Trim the tentacles and claws if you need to fish deeper or faster. Works well through the ice too. I haven't bought a minnow or a waxworm in a few years now.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trout killer from I could fill this page with big fish but here is my 8 yr olds catch! 30 inches 12 lb 1 oz
Date published: 2018-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by HAMFIST from Fly Finesse on a Plastic Jig For a long time, I was looking for that buggy looking soft plastic that you could fish like a nymph. Dragonfly nymphs on a jig. These guys nailed it. Even in the first cold waters of spring, when fish don't want to chase much, gills and bass were eating this jig. This is my first experience with this style plastic and I look forward to hitting them hard this summer!
Date published: 2016-05-12