Bagley Balsa B1 CrankbaitItem Number: 12586841
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The Bagley® Balsa B1 Crankbait is the lure that won the 1974 Bassmaster Classic. The square lip gives it the ability to easily dodge larger obstacles in its path, and its high density balsa wood body allows it to float out of trouble if it snags. Designed for stump and timber environments, the Bagley® B1 is perfect balsa crankbait to fish near heavy cover.
- Made with high density balsa wood
- Fast, tight action
- Designed for stump and timber environments
- Square lip helps it to bounce off obstacles
- Wood body offers floatation to get out of snags
- Diving Depth: 0-3 ft.
- Weight: 5/16 oz.
Country Of Origin: Dominican Republic
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by squidman Great Bait for the Right Conditions This is a well made American crankbait that runs true. It's made from balsa so it has no rattles which can be good when fishing shallow spooky fish. The square bill makes it run erratically enticing strikes. July 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Massager Great Bait Have used this lure since 1970. Nothing will catch more fish! I have fished with dedicated worm fisherman, who wound up asking for the loan of one of my Balsa B's when they couldn't get a bite and I was catching a bass every couple of cast. July 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Winstoninva Catch a bunch of fish with this I bought this lure and the fish tore it up. I caught 30 fish in 4 hours. June 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Great Lure I have been a Bagley fan since the 70's. When I heard that they were going to start producing them again I was excited. I used the new lures yesterday and I was not disappointed. I caught several Bass on this lure. I will keep buying them and I can't wait for more colors and different models. April 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by HOLLYWOOD OLD SCHOOL BAGLEY BASS FISHING is how I use it IT catches Fish like to old ones back in the day havent found anything I dont like about it April 5, 2012
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