John Crews – Missile Baits Adds Shockwave and New Color
Missile Baits is adding a new swim bait to their fish catching line up called the Shockwave 4.25. The swim bait features a thin tail that has a medium tail swing from the slightest movement in the water. The split belly allows for easier Texas rigging and the body has plenty of thickness for rigging on a jig or jig head. The in-between size of the Shockwave makes it a great choice for many applications including the umbrella rig, single jig head, swim jig, and even a Carolina rig.
“The Shockwave 4.25 is a bait that I have been wanting for a while,” says pro angler and company owner, John Crews. “There are other swim baits out there but I could not find the one I needed that had the right combination of size, texture, tail design, and most importantly, action. I think we nailed this in a package that anglers can afford.”
Anglers looking to catch bass with the most distinguished tastes will be pleased to know Missile Baits has added a new color to their line up called Bourbon. It will initially be available in the D Bomb and Baby D Bomb. The color bares a resemblance to actual Bourbon by having a translucent brownish amber color. The color also has fine black flake throughout. It is a very naturally smooth color.
The Shockwave 4.25 and Bourbon colored baits are now available. The Shockwave 4.25 will come with 5 baits in a pack for a suggested retail price of $3.99. There will be 8 colors to start with on the Shockwave: Pearl White, Bombshell, Shrapnel, Army Green Flash, Brass Monkey, Candygill, Green Pumpkin Watermelon, and Fisholicious.
MISSILE BAITS is a small company dedicated to creating SERIOUS soft plastic baits to help anglers catch more fish. The designs are straight off the top-level professional bass tour. Based in Salem, Virginia, MISSILE BAITS works relentlessly to make the best baits, show their customers how to use them, and stay on the cutting edge of bass fishing. Founded in January 2012, new products and videos will continue to be launched. Log onto www.MISSILEBAITS.com for videos, tips, forums, and more.