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Big Bite and Dean Rojas Team Up On Another New Bait

Posted by tom on March 1, 2011

The Big Bite Warmouth is sure to make a splash come this bedding season!

 

Big Bite is proud to announce the WarMouth, the latest signature bait from Big Bite Pro staffer Dean Rojas. The WarMouth joins Dean’s other Big Bite signature baits the Cane Thumper, Cane Stick and Fighting Frog.

Your first thought might be swimbait, but Dean designed the WarMouth to be fished in a much different style. Dean fishes and rigs the WarMouth Texas style, but the bait is rigged on the flat sides rather than vertically. This gives it a unique profile and action on the fall that represents a bluegill or baitfish. Also, when fished this way the WarMouth resembles a bluegill feeding on its side with its tail kicking up. This makes the WarMouth a deadly sight fishing bait that has helped Dean to top finishes. The subtle kicking action of the legs also make it a great swim jig trailer. The WarMouth is compact at 3.5" long and designed to be fished with a Extra Wide Gap worm hook.

Looking at the WarMouth you can see special things that have been done to the bait to allow it to be fished on its side without line twist. The legs and body design allow the bait to be rigged Texas style and fished sideways without spinning on the fall. This gives the bait a natural gliding action on the fall. If you look closer at the WarMouth you will see three ridges that are molded into the flat side of the body. These ridges let you skin hook your hook point to make it weedless and allow great hook penetration.

Big Bite is the premier choice of fishermen in both saltwater and freshwater for soft plastics. When you are looking for a Big Bite on the end of your line then use Big Bite Baits. For more information log onto www.bigbitebaits.com

 

 

Dean has been working on the WarMouth since early 2010 after coming to Big Bite with the concept for a bait of this type. In fact, Dean has used prototype baits to help him take a 3

rd place finish at the 2010 Elite Smith Mountain event and most recently an 8th place finish at the first FLW Tour stop in 2011 at Lake Okeechobee in Florida.