Bombshell Fishing Lures

Bombshell Turtle Hybrid Lure

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Your Missing Link to More & Bigger Fish

Why a bombshell turtle hybrid fishing lure? Throughout the history of evolution bass and even saltwater species have aggressively attacked JUVENILE TURTLES in the wild. Both fresh and saltwater gamefish despise egg-raiding turtles, attacking them aggressively year-around.

Nature’s Perfect Creature Lure – Driven by a fish’ DNA to Strike

Your mind might say NO – Bass DNA says YES. For more than 35 years, underwater documentaries have proven that largemouth bass instinctively attack egg-robbing turtles during the bedding season. Now both fresh and saltwater catches worldwide on the Turtle Hybrid PROVE gamefish of all kinds naturally strike turtles year-around!

 

Aggressiveness by bass toward JUVENILE TURTLES has been well documented for more than 35 years in films featuring largemouth bass behavior – bringing many to ask, what took so long to make the lure?

 

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IT’S IN THE BASS’ DNA TO STRIKE JUVENILE TURTLES TO DEFEND ITS YOUNG AGAINST THESE EGG-ROBBING CREATURES
Not just during the bass bedding season, bass continue to eat juvenile turtles year-around to naturally ensure survival of the bass species. Female turtles produce hundreds, if not thousands of hatchlings every year – ever wonder why our lakes are not just overwhelmed by millions of turtles? Sure, birds, snakes, racoons and other animals take their share, but bass regularly eat them to equal natures balance and as a protein source. JUVENILE TURTLES have soft shells and are easily digested whole by bass as evidenced by anglers who have found many a juvenile turtle in the gullet or stomach of their catch – saltwater gamefish target and feed on new hatchling just off the sandy shore of coastlines during turtle hatching season.

Simply put – this new bass lure shape fills a missing link in the standard soft-plastic lure offering. 95% of the hits on this Bombshell® Turtle Hybrid Fishing Lure is on the drop, so a tantalizing slow descent with its automatic leg action will draw more strikes. It can be rigged like many other soft plastic lures, “pop” the lure for multiple descents during the retrieve near underwater structure to lure big fish out of cover – let the lure do the work, pop and retrieve it s-l-o-w.

There is simply nothing like the Bombshell Turtle lure and it will prove to be your missing link to more and bigger bass fishing.

The Bombshell Turtle Hybrid Lure is available in 3-inch size, 6-count packs, in 10 color selections: #01 Black/Silver, #02 Black/Red, #04 Juvenile Green, #34 Cooter, #38 Chix Flix, #48 June Bug, #190 Slider, #232 Snapper, #A7 Softshell, #D9 Nite Glow, #G7 Watermelon Fire and #J2 Green Pumpkin.

Bombshell – Catalog (PDF Download, 10.5 mb)

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Bombshell Weighted Hook
— Perfect for the turtle hybrid lure Buy Now
RIGGING OPTION: Bombshell Weighted Hook OR 1/16 – 1/8-oz. bullet-style weight pegged to the head and 3/0 worm hook Texas-rigged up into the hook pocket.

 

Bombshell Turtle Hybrid Fishing Lure
3-inch, 6-count
Case Pack 24 Each (6/24)
Case Dimensions 8 x 8 x 6

COLOR CLR # ITEM #
Black/Silver 01 BT306-01
Black/Red 02 BT306-02
Juvenile Green 04 BT306-04
Cooter 34 BT306-34
Chix Flix 38 BT306-38
June Bug 48 BT306-48
Slider 190 BT306-190
Snapper 232 BT306-232
Softshell A7 BT306-A7
Nite Glow D9 BT306-D9
Watermelon Fire G7 BT306-G7
Green Pumpkin J2 BT306-J2
ACCESSORIES SIZE ITEM #
4/0 Weighted Hook 1/16-oz. BWH-40116-5R
Auto/Boat Decal 6″x 4″ BT-DECAL

 

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Ask your local tackle dealer for the Bombshell Turtle Hybrid lure – check our dealer page

 

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15 Responses to “Bombshell Turtle Hybrid Lure”

Castalia Outdoors Says:

bombshell turtle smallmouth bass catch
Im a big smallmouth fisherman…and i must say…the second the turtle hits the water. its one of my favorite lures now and if the fishing is slow…they ALWAYS hit this thing.

Thanks guys!!

Max
Mason City, IA

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Pat Doyle and a nice sized redfish huge redfish caught on bombshell turtle

Two huge bull Redfish caught on the Bombshell Turtle – thanks to Pat Doyle

Castalia Outdoors Says:

redfish found diciest with oversized turtle lodged in its mouth redfish unsuccessfully takes on turtle too big to swallow
redfish with turtle too big to swallow redfish takes on oversized turtle

Redfish found deceased with oversized turtle lodged in its mouth.

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Turtles from a Cobia filet
Real Turtles discovered inside a Cobia.

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Louisiana fishing at its best – thanks to the Bombshell Turtle . . .

GNO Bass caught on Bombshell Turtle Bass caught on GNO Bombshell Turtle
Bass caught on Bombshell Turtle GNO Bass caught on Bombshell Turtle

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Brian Carper with a 6 1/2 lb bass caught on the Bombshell Turtle
Here’s a great photo of our GNO Team Member Brian Carper with a 6 1/2 lb bass caught yesterday on the Bombshell Turtle. Great job Brian!

Learn more about Brian at http://www.briancarper.com

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Mahi-mahi found to have eaten at least 18 small juvenile turtles
Reports from all over the world have come in on gamefish (both fresh and saltwater). They were found to have made juvenile turtles a major part of their diet. Nothing better illustrates this than this mahi-mahi with at least 18 small turtles ingested.

Castalia Outdoors Says:

We started using these baits here in Michigan as soon as we received our first pack in July. Wow!!! Great Lakes bass had never seen anything like this! Smallmouth bass in Lake St Clair were all over them. Largemouth bass on the inland lakes couldn’t resist the slow taunting twitch of four turtle legs floating past them. Why didn’t anybody think of this lure before now!!!

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Baby Red-Eared Turtle - Realistic Fishing Lure by Graham Owen
Baby Red-Eared Turtle – incredibly realistic, hand-tied fly fishing lure by Graham Owen
Go to the Graham Owen Gallery

Castalia Outdoors Says:

bombshell turtle trout catch
Capt. Peter Deeks catches this monster 41″ redfish on the Bombshell Turtle, Indian River, FL
Fishing Report
Native Sons Fishing Guides

Castalia Outdoors Says:

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FishBuzz TV
Capt. Peter Deeks reports success with the Bombshell Turtle on Reds and trout, Indian River, FL
Native Sons Fishing Guides

Castalia Outdoors Says:

bombshell turtle catch
Caught several this size on the blue bombshell turtle, had one break off in the ten plus range. Could not turn the fish in the cover that I was fishing. Did get to see the fish. The bombshell works! Thanks for the advance shipment. I can’t wait until next weeks tournament.

UPDATE: 3rd place finish this weekend. I was able to get three of my five fish on the turtle (Junebug). Not bad considering I lost 2nd due to a dead fish penalty and was only .25 pounds from the 1st place spot. Bad thing is when you are on fish everyone ends up on top of you fishing.

Next month, Lake Yale in Lake County. Should be another good turtle bite in deep water brush piles.

Castalia Outdoors Says:

bombshell turtle catch
Well I got the Turtle lure bombshellturtle.com after seeing the discussion all I can say is this lure works caught 10 this morning 1 Smallmouth and 9 largemouth all decent size River Hog

Castalia Outdoors Says:

Well, they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so take a look at this:

Turtle in Bass Turtle in Bass

and here’s the story:
The bass Louie’s holding slammed his Pop R. After the battle, and the fish was landed, we were taking the pic & Louie noticed something moving in the Bass’s throat. This Mud turtle actually crawled out of the fish’s stomach. The fish swallowed it again and it came crawling back out again. That’s when we decided to take the needlenosed pliers and help the little guy out. We pulled him to safety. Both bass and turtle were released unharmed. There’s the proof & we can’t wait to get our hands on some of those Bombshells and head to the river.

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