Berkley PowerBait Floating Mice Tails
Berkley PowerBait Floating Mice Tails combine two popular trout bait shapes: a salmon egg and worm. The unique shape of the mice tails perfectly mimics the popular "Power Mouse" rig that trout love. The different head and tail colors present wonderful contrast in the water column that triggers fish to strike! You will feel more bites and catch more fish with Berkley PowerBait Floating Mice Tails.Â It is proven that fish hold onto PowerBait 18 times longer than the competitor's plastic baits. Berkley PowerBaits are 100% fortified with the most advanced scent and flavors ever developed to catch fish.
- Qty. per pack: 13
Berkley PowerBait 3 in. Floating Mice Tails are made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
by MT -
I really like fishing with these Mice Tails. Usually the larger trout go for these so I hook fewer smaller size trout. That's a good thing. And, no messy Powerbait fingers. Clean and effective. I fish these first before Powerbait.
by Popeye 310
This is a trout killer i kill it at the lakes and rivers with the mices tails
Berkley Mice Tails
by BMTS -
Very effective for trout. Floats high and comes in good color combinations. Added attraction with Powerbait scent.
These work great. Need glow chartreuse, glow orange, glow pink, due to dirty water. But these are fun on an ultralight setup. Best colors were glow white, white and pink, chartreuse and orange. Putting krill oil on them helped out
After 30 years, I have a new favorite brand.
Part of an answer to someones question qualifies as a review; If you notice, these look just like mini-mite jigs, however they have slightly more 'wild' action and are easier to control, depending on how you rig them. I prefer the 'ball' or 'egg' end first, like a mini-mite. Brookies tend to hit them more than browns. Browns 'seem' to prefer pink or bubblegum floating trout worms. (without the 'ball') These need to be sealed up tight after opening. Also, they have a shelf life and can dry out. I keep all my different trout powerbaits in a jar with added liquid. That way they don't dry out. Since switching to Gulp and Powerbait last year, and different jig combo's, I seldom even use Panther Martins anymore. (and I have a $300+ stockpile) And only use my spoons and cranks under certain conditions. I've troutfished for 30 years now and guided for 10. All methods. For me to say that in the last year I've switched to primarily these products, is saying a lot.