Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Lucky Craft Sammy Review Walker SmithEditor


Lucky Craft Sammy Review

Walker SmithEditor
Lucky Craft Sammy Review

Whether you’re casting to specific targets or covering water, this popular lure is a great choice for topwater bass fishing.

Like any red-blooded bass angler, I simply can’t get enough topwater fishing action. Something about the anticipation, adrenaline and the gargantuan splashes never get old— and if it ever does, it’ll be time for me to find a new hobby. Maybe professional putt-putt or knitting.

The topwater bite has been pretty solid for the last month or so on my home fisheries, so I’ve been grinning like a mule eating briars. Just last week as I was chunking a Lucky Craft Sammy in the back of a short pocket, I had a realization that left me a bit dumbfounded. Wired2Fish has never reviewed this lure and I can’t, in good conscience, let that happen.

I can confidently say that this is one of my all-time favorite topwater plugs. I’ve used it extensively for years and in my opinion, there are a few specific things that make it special.

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