The AA Worms Bad Bubba Shad is a bulky soft plastic swimbait tail designed to mimic the action and appearance of several species of forage that game fish feed upon. AA Worms developed their new series of swimbait tails to meet the requests of anglers seeking a beefier alternative to their popular Jumbo shad tails. Displaying a general fish shaped profile, this swimmer proves effective in both freshwater and saltwater, but is most often used for coastal fishing applications such as kelp beds or rocky structure. The tail kicking swimming action of the Bad Bubba Shad is excellent on jig heads. The updated shape of the plastic possesses a thicker width which affords a flush connection to the bigger jig heads such as those from Dolphin Tackle.
The tail kick of this swimbait is important because it displaces water and produces a fish-calling vibration, but the secret weapon is the body roll. The AA Bad Bubba Shad produces a subtle body roll, which gives some body flash to the lure when it’s falling through the strike zone or being cast and retrieved, resulting in more strikes. New molds from AA worms, give this bait a scaled exterior that may not be a huge difference, but every little detail helps when trying to mimic real bait fish. A lot of anglers use the 7" Bad Bubba Shad for saltwater inshore fishing around kelp beds and rocky coastline when in search of calico bass, ling cod and other predatory species.
The 7" version of the AA Worms Bubba comes 1 per pack in a wide variety of excellent colors.