The Mayfly’s streamline design makes it a versatile choice suitable for a wide variety of crappie
fishing techniques, including finesse jigging, dock shooting and spider rigging, to name a few.
Crappie Basics: Bobby Garland Mayfly
Most crappie anglers know that the “Bobby Garland” brand is hard to beat for catching slabs.
But now the well-know lure company has come up with another offering. The Mayfly is on schedule to “hatch” in July.
The Mayfly is a 2.25-inch insect-profile design. They say this new soft-plastic bait is loaded with features appealing to multiple senses crappie rely on for feeding.
The new insect-profile Mayfly crappie bait is available in solids, laminates and head/tail color combinations, including Monkey Milk, Cajun Cricket and Spring Fling.
The Mayfly’s has a distinctive silhouette with flexible appendages and tail they say produce vibrations that crappie can “hear.” The lure’s light fish-oil enhancement satisfies smell and taste. Collectively, these features bring the Mayfly to life.
The Mayfly’s solid body accommodates a wide range of jighead styles and sizes, from 1/32-ounce up. The bait’s elongated tail is segmented with outer rings for strength, and tapers to an end fitted with spindly twin appendages that wiggle enticingly, even at rest.
The Mayfly 50-count bag will retail for around $9.99.
Look for the Bobby Garland Mayfly at crappie tackle retailers beginning in July 2022. The timing coincides with the fishing industry’s annual ICAST tradeshow, which typically marks the new product year for most tackle companies.
For information about all Bobby Garland crappie baits, visit http://www.bobbygarlandcrappie.com.