Yamamoto Large Flappin’ Hog Review by: Walker Smith



I’ve fished with a lot of soft plastic craw baits over the years that have lacked the necessary properties to become reliable fish catchers. Many of them look like a crawfish when you take them out of the package, but will quickly turn lifeless when submerged in the water on a Texas rig. Believe it or not, designing a lifelike soft plastic craw bait is fairly intricate stuff.

For the past year or so, it seems I’ve been using the Yamamoto Large Flappin’ Hog more and more when I need to get a bite. Whether it’s a tournament situation or I need to put a guide client on fish, I’ve found myself relying on this bait quite a bit.

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