GREAT BUGS JUST GOT BETTER
NORTHLAND TWEAKS PROVEN BRO BUG®, MUD BUG AND
GILL-GETTER® JIGS FOR EVEN MORE FISH-CATCHING POWER
Bemidji, Minn. – A trio of panfish-producing kingpins in Northland Fishing Tackle’s time-tested Bro’s Bug Collection now feature enhanced powers of attraction.
For 2016 the Bro Bug® Jig has been graced with a slick new pointed head design and bigger buggy eyes. The hydrodynamic profile better slices through the water for improved gliding and swimming locomotions, while the buggier visage ups its eye appeal to portly perch, sunfish and crappies. Available in 1/72- and 1/64-ounce sizes, the horizontal-hanging jig also features a 90-degree hook with wire keeper.
Not to be outdone, the Mud Bug Jig also sports new enlarged bug-like peepers, plus a splash of sparkly Fishscale Glitter and bead on the stern for extra glow. Available in 1/72-, 1/64- and 1/32-ounce sizes, the thickset jig imitates larvae hatching from muddy bottoms and has a 60-degree, fine-wire hook that allows persnickety, upward-feeding panfish to inspect the presentation before striking.
The appropriately named Gill-Getter® also flashes flecks of new Fishscale Glitter and features larger, buggier eyes. Thanks to its flat, wide profile, this serial sunfish slayer shows up great on sonar. Look for it in 1/72-, 1/64- and 1/32-ounce sizes.
All three of the redesigned jigs are perfect for tipping with live bait or tasty IMPULSE® Soft Plastics. Each is offered in a palette of six color patterns, including a quartet of UV-enhanced, optically brightened options that increase visibility in low-light conditions. Suggested retail is $2.99 per two.
Sizes MSRP Bigger, Buggier Insect-Imitating Eyes
1/72- to 1/32-ounce $2.99/2 Lifelike Profiles Appeal To All Panfish
#14 t o #10 hooks Six Team Northland Color Patterns
Four Optically Brightened UV Finishes
Gill-Getter®, Mud Bug Feature Fishscale Glitter
Bro Bug’s Sleeker Profile Enhances Swimming
UV White, UV Shrimp, UV Sunrise, UV Parakeet, Black, Bloodworm
For More Information: visit www.northlandtackle.com or contact
Posted on Mon, September 12, 2016
by Kyle Waterman