One thing I like about this bait in particular is its size. It’s kind of an in-between size I’d say when it comes to prop baits. There are a few that are smaller and a few that are bigger but this one kind of lands in the middle, which helps it mimic a large portion of the bait population.
Measuring 3 1/2 inches, the 3DB Series Prop can be used to mimic bluegill bedding along the bank in the summer, threadfin shad out in the middle of the lake or a variety of other small to midsize bait fish that the bass might be feeding on. And it’s again a great agitator for spawning bass in the spring. It’s big enough to pose a threat to their beds, but small enough that they can come up and get the bait good on the initial strike.