March 10, 2012

Berkley Continues to Wreak Havoc

The Havoc lineup seems to have been a success for Berkley.  They keep coming out with new shapes and styles of the Havoc brand.  There are a few that have come out that have been awesome, some that have been OK , and then some which just make you wonder what the pros were thinking.  The cool thing about these baits (besides the low prices) are that they are designed by top Berkley Pros.  They come in all of the favorite and proven colors and most importantly they catch fish.  Check out the three latest offerings to the Havoc lineup.


Looking at the Smash Tube (designed by Ike) it looks like many other tubes you have seen.  They do have some cool two color options and a flatter "smashed" appearance.  I have some and plan to use them for pitching and flipping. The Berkley Havoc Smash Tube is no ordinary tube. It features a flatter (smashed) body that allows it to glide erratically on the fall, and also facilitates easier hook penetration. The fatter tentacles create increased water displacement as well. Available in a range of colors, including dual colors, the Berkley Havoc Smash Tube can be fished in a variety of ways.

The Hawk Hawg is an interesting looking bait.  Similar to a brush hog, this thing is definitely a creature bait. It looks good and I already picture myself dragging this one around on a Carolina- Rig.  This is what they have to say about it: Designed by Bassmaster Elite Series standout, Bobby Lane, the Berkley Havoc Hawk Hawg is made for all seasons. This creature bait covers the gamut of high-action appendages. Thorax wings give the bait a gliding motion on the fall for a swimming appearance, while oversized side appendages on the tail move more water to attract bass. A pair of long curl tails also create addition action with the slightest movement, catching the eye of any nearby bass. An easy choice, the Berkley Havoc Hawk Hawg hogs 'em up.



The Juice Worm was designed by Boyd Duckett.  At first glance it looks like nothing more than your traditional ribbon tail worm, however there is more to it.  It comes in a six and eight inch size, but I wish they had a ten inch as that is what I use most.  This is what they have to say about the Juice Worm and what makes it different: The Berkley Havoc Juice Worm is the brainchild of Bassmaster Classic winner, Boyd Duckett. Offered in both 6-inch and 8-inch sizes, the Berkley Havoc Juice Worm features a unique design that won't allow the bait to roll over during the retrieve. The applications are endless for this instant classic. Available in a wide range of fish catching colors, tie on a Berkley Havoc Juice worm and go to work.




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