The lineup that Evolve Baits is putting together is really starting to turn my head to another brand to trust in. I was fishing a tournament a while back on a body of water that I had never fished before. Usually I take the stance of researching that water for success, however on this trip I decided to wing it and a buddy of mine handed me a bag of VibraGRUB's. I had no idea about these lures, but they instantly caught my attention. The package has what is called a Rig Selector, telling you the ways you should rig the particular lure, reassuring me of the possibilities that were flying through my head.
The VibraGRUB to me looks a lot like a cuttlefish with the membranes on the side of its body moving erratically as it moves through the water. The thin plastic sides to the VibraGRUB has an insane action that I have really never seen on a lure. So I rigged the lure with a jig head and wound up catching something around 23 fish in 6 hours without moving. For saltwater use, the VibraGRUB responded for me with amazing results. I only wish that I had these a year ago when I was fishing for walleye and smallmouth in Colorado. This is a lure I will be tying on with confidence for a long time.
What is a company without variety? Well, Evolve Baits has a lot of it and again amazed me with their Shot Goby Leech for use on a drop shot and the Helgrashad, the most realistic cross between a worm and a swimbait I have ever used. The design was actually a cross between a Hellgrammite and a shad, that resulted in real swimming action. I would tie one of these on before I would tie on a live bait, it is that real. Evolve Baits offers a variety of hard plastic lures as well that I look forward to throwing at some point. Especially there highly acclaimed Pulse and Species Frog's.
Obviously I have a lot of praise for Evolve Baits, they have a really great thing going that I would like to see go mainstream. The packaging is over the top and caters to even the most novice angler out there, with each package recommending how to rig and what species that lure was meant for targeting. Evolve Baits is a well rounded choice to go with if you are looking for that new lure that stands out to fish in pressured water.
I would like to thank the folks over at Evolve Baits for a great product.
Joshua "Kayak" Christensen