The Little Creeper Fatty Trash Fish is a soft plastic swimbait designed to mimic forage fish bass often feed upon. The Fatty Trash Fish shares a similar appearance to the original Trash Fish swimbait, however, the fatty version possesses an oversized head which distinguishes it from the others. When viewed from the side its not easily discernible from the other trash fish models; the bait shares the same ambiguous forage fish appearance which is largely responsible for it's country wide success. Upon closer examination, anglers will notice the unproportionately large head exhibited by this bait. It's that oversized head which delivers an entirely new action to an already incredibly effective swimbait.
Little Creeper created this bait with spring time swimbait fishing in mind. Early in the spring when water temperatures just start to creep up and the fish start to stage they are often keyed in on that one, large single meal that will offer the most nutrients for the least amount of energy spent. Those big bass are starting their move up with spawning in mind, but as is their nature, they are opportunistic and can't pass up such an appealing option. The larger profile of the Fatty Trash Fish satisfies their desire for a big, easy meal. In addition to shear size difference, the Fatty Trash Fish also moves a great deal of water while displaying a seductive two way wobbling action. In early spring when the water is still cold and has very little visibility, its of the utmost importance to use lures which capitalize on bass's other senses than just sight. The Fatty Trash Fish Swimbait displaces a great deal of water and therefore can be more effective in such situations. The Little Creeper Fatty Trash Fish swimbait is 6" in length and we offer it in six different colors. Each pack contains 2 baits and is carefully packaged with Little Creeper's custom bait packaging. The special packaging ensures your swmbait will retain its' integrity whether you fish it immediately or store it for use later on.
Fatty Trash Fish Rigging
The Fatty Trash Fish is best rigged with either a 7/0 Trokar Magnum Swimbait Hook or an 8/0 Owner Beast Hook. The key is to screw the hook into the bait under the lures chin instead of straight in the nose. You'll notice a small, circular depression directly under the bait's mouth - that's where the screw lock should be inserted.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov