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Megabass Grand Siglett

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Features:

  • The Megabass Grand Siglett is a 1 2/3 inch, 1/4 ounce crawling topwater cicada plug that approaches the essence of bug-pattern fishing.
  • Specially designed wings hold tightly to the body for aerodynamic casts.
  • With subtle twitches, Grand Siglett will pulse in place, perfect for pinpoint targeting of inviting overhangs and pockets of still water.
  • Hard-plastic exoskeleton doubles as a rattle-chamber, generating a frequency which is precision-tuned to mimic the cicada's fading cry.

The Megabass Grand Siglett is a 1 2/3 inch, 1/4 ounce crawling topwater cicada plug that approaches the essence of bug-pattern fishing. Specially designed wings hold tightly to the body for aerodynamic casts, and open with the first tug on the line for effortless action.

With wings open wide to the left and right, Grand Siglett will crawl with a lifelike splashing/bubbling action at slow and medium retrieve speeds. With subtle twitches, Grand Siglett will pulse in place, perfect for pinpoint targeting of inviting overhangs and pockets of still water. With short, strong pulls, Grand Siglett erupts into a furious burst of commotion, drawing attention to the life-like details that lull wary feeders into striking.

Hard-plastic exoskeleton doubles as a rattle-chamber, generating a frequency which is precision-tuned to mimic the cicada's fading cry.

The Grand Siglett is equipped with a double hook. It will allow you to reach the farthest recesses of enticing overhangs. In dense cover, set the hook upward, to keep hook points alongside the body and out of the way. When targeting open water or short-bite situations, set the hook points so they face away from the body.

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Customer Reviews

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Adam Walker
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Tested this item out the past 2 mornings. Threw a black Whopper Plopper first (90mm) over a single 200yd stretch and got 3 fish and 1 miss. This took about 20-30 mins to do in the dark. Switched to this weird walker bug in Zemi color pattern (it was still dark) and it was bite after bite after bite. 5 black bass 12"+ and 9 <10". The only issue is that it's kinda small and you'd think the large fish would swallow it and make it difficult to remove, it's just the opposite, the small bass get the entire thing in their small mouths and it's a real pain to get them unhooked. I was casting along the bank and then out 20' at 30degree angle to the bank and reeling it in-water depths 2-10ft.
I've read about people not being able to hook-up and I initially had that same problem and if you have that issue...you're retrieving it too FAST, slow it down. They won't stop hitting it if they miss the first time around, I had one bass try 3 times and missed over a 3-4ft retrieve, I tossed it back in the same spot and got one (don't know if it was the same bass) on the hook. You can use a quick snap like a SPRO Prime or Gamakatsu in the smallest size for this lure.
Day 2 was similar results over the same stretch of water but this time with a Monkey Butt Whopper VS Little Weird Bug thingy.

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T Anderson
Get some before they're gone

You have got to see the action on this lure! Upon retrieval, the Grand Siglett's wings flap like a freaked out cicada who just fell out of a tree and landed in the water, waiting for a bass to swallow it up. Get yours before the 17 year brood hits this summer. I have to thank Yuki Ito for devoting his life to the science and artform of angling, just so the weekend warriors and pros alike can catch more fish. Don't hesitate, get your Megabass Grand Siglett today!

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Adam Walker
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Tested this item out the past 2 mornings. Threw a black Whopper Plopper first (90mm) over a single 200yd stretch and got 3 fish and 1 miss. This took about 20-30 mins to do in the dark. Switched to this weird walker bug in Zemi color pattern (it was still dark) and it was bite after bite after bite. 5 black bass 12"+ and 9 <10". The only issue is that it's kinda small and you'd think the large fish would swallow it and make it difficult to remove, it's just the opposite, the small bass get the entire thing in their small mouths and it's a real pain to get them unhooked. I was casting along the bank and then out 20' at 30degree angle to the bank and reeling it in-water depths 2-10ft.
I've read about people not being able to hook-up and I initially had that same problem and if you have that issue...you're retrieving it too FAST, slow it down. They won't stop hitting it if they miss the first time around, I had one bass try 3 times and missed over a 3-4ft retrieve, I tossed it back in the same spot and got one (don't know if it was the same bass) on the hook. You can use a quick snap like a SPRO Prime or Gamakatsu in the smallest size for this lure.
Day 2 was similar results over the same stretch of water but this time with a Monkey Butt Whopper VS Little Weird Bug thingy.

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T Anderson
Get some before they're gone

You have got to see the action on this lure! Upon retrieval, the Grand Siglett's wings flap like a freaked out cicada who just fell out of a tree and landed in the water, waiting for a bass to swallow it up. Get yours before the 17 year brood hits this summer. I have to thank Yuki Ito for devoting his life to the science and artform of angling, just so the weekend warriors and pros alike can catch more fish. Don't hesitate, get your Megabass Grand Siglett today!

# Part Numbers

Product VariantManufacturer Part #UPC
Abura Zemi00017005024513473258404
FF Kuro Ageha00017328374513473412356
Higurashi00017005014513473258398
Lamune Bug00017328364513473412349
Min Min Zemi00017110394513473258411
Moon Walker00017005044513473258428
Skeleton Sirius00017005064513473258442
Zoumushi00017328384513473412363

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Adam Walker
Candy

Tested this item out the past 2 mornings. Threw a black Whopper Plopper first (90mm) over a single 200yd stretch and got 3 fish and 1 miss. This took about 20-30 mins to do in the dark. Switched to this weird walker bug in Zemi color pattern (it was still dark) and it was bite after bite after bite. 5 black bass 12"+ and 9 <10". The only issue is that it's kinda small and you'd think the large fish would swallow it and make it difficult to remove, it's just the opposite, the small bass get the entire thing in their small mouths and it's a real pain to get them unhooked. I was casting along the bank and then out 20' at 30degree angle to the bank and reeling it in-water depths 2-10ft.
I've read about people not being able to hook-up and I initially had that same problem and if you have that issue...you're retrieving it too FAST, slow it down. They won't stop hitting it if they miss the first time around, I had one bass try 3 times and missed over a 3-4ft retrieve, I tossed it back in the same spot and got one (don't know if it was the same bass) on the hook. You can use a quick snap like a SPRO Prime or Gamakatsu in the smallest size for this lure.
Day 2 was similar results over the same stretch of water but this time with a Monkey Butt Whopper VS Little Weird Bug thingy.

T
T Anderson
Get some before they're gone

You have got to see the action on this lure! Upon retrieval, the Grand Siglett's wings flap like a freaked out cicada who just fell out of a tree and landed in the water, waiting for a bass to swallow it up. Get yours before the 17 year brood hits this summer. I have to thank Yuki Ito for devoting his life to the science and artform of angling, just so the weekend warriors and pros alike can catch more fish. Don't hesitate, get your Megabass Grand Siglett today!