B FISH N Tackle’s Moxi Baits
But after casting and then doing basically nothing else while the boat drifts is oftentimes the best method, it’s difficult to find a bait that still looks alive while not retrieved. It’s a quandary anglers fishing cold-water bass, walleyes and sauger with this “do-nothing” technique are often faced with.
But then along came B Fish N Tackle’s Moxi. Nothing gaudy, but a soft plastic with a shape all its own that can be worked as slow and low as possible, yet still yields plenty of tantalizing action.
“By far, the Moxi is my favorite soft plastic,” professes Wisconsin fishing guide Joel “Boog” Ballweg. “It’s superior in cold water, dirty or clear. It’s the first bait I tie on, and I have my clients use it more than any other.
“The profile and action are what set it apart. And the color combinations are spectacular. Some baits look appealing to us, but not to the fish; but I’m here to tell you that fish love the Moxi.”
If you’re looking to land more fish of just about any species (bass, crappies, pike and even colossal trout) when slow and low is the way to go, tie on a Moxi and swim, hop or drag them back in. It really is as simple as that.