As I’ve mentioned, this bait doesn’t have a bunch of wild and crazy things hanging off the side of it, but that’s all by design. Its sleek, streamlined profile translates into very natural crawfish-like presentation underwater that the bass have had a hard time ignoring. I’ve tinkered with it a bunch in clearer water in order to study its movements and I’ve been impressed. The bulbous ends of the appendages allow for more buoyancy, which creates action with very subtle rod movements.
While this action is more subdued, I’ve still caught plenty of bass in muddy water with the Incredi-Bug. Whether the appendages draw the attention or they can simply feel its larger profile with their lateral line, muddy-water bass will eat this bait all day long.