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New Baby Born with Missile Baits and More


New Baby Born with Missile Baits and More


Salem, Va. – July 13, 2015 – Missile Baits has a new baby with their all-new Baby D Stroyer. The new bait is a bite-sized version of the monster creature, the D Stroyer. The Baby version measures just under 5” long with the tails extended, which have natural action with the slightest movement. Being in a smaller size, the Baby D Stroyer is sure to be a necessity for almost every bass angler.

“The D Stroyer has taken off very quick and caught a bunch of big fish for me this year already so this Baby D Stroyer is going to be totally sick,” says pro angler and company owner, John Crews.  “The Baby is going to be a bait that I use all the time and in a bunch of different ways because of it’s smaller size and natural action.”

The Baby D Stroyer will come with 10 baits in a pack for a suggested retail price of $4.99. The bite-sized creature bait will come in 8 colors: Green Pumpkin, GP3, Superbug, California Love, Candy Grass, Bruiser Flash, Watermelon Red, and Green Pumpkin Flash. Fishing techniques for the Baby D Stroyer include pitching, flipping, Carolina rigging, punching, or dragging on a wobble head jig. Shipping for the new bait is expected in late August.

Missile Baits is also releasing a brand new color called GP3, which stands for Green Pumpkin Purple Passion. It is a swirl color with green pumpkin and a purple pearl that has some translucence to it. GP3 will come in the D Bomb, D Stroyer, and the new Baby D Stroyer. Green Pumpkin Flash will also be added to the Baby D Bomb color selection. The new colors are expected to come in late August.
Missile Jigs is also adding 2 new colors to Ike’s Mini Flip. Softshell and Candy Grass will be added to the 3/8 and 1/2 ounce models. Softshell is a grey smoke color with some purple iridescence and the Candy Grass is a brown and green pumpkin with purple and green flakes, similar to the Candy Grass color in the Missile Baits line up. Mike Iaconelli requested these colors for competing on the BASS Elite Series. The new jig colors are expected to be in stock in November.

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