Tightlines UV Sheds Some
Light On Their Latest Offerings
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Tightlines UV baits are quite different when compared to others on the market.
What makes them so unique? They are made using “Ultimate Vision” which basically
means these baits are put together with an ultraviolet vision enhancer that
allows them to be more visible to bass. Backed by a solid pro staff including
names like Brent Chapman, Byron Velvick, Bill Lowen, and Justin Lucas,
Tightlines UV baits have garnered a solid following.
The Bubba Craw is a new trailer from UV
UV Bubba Craw:
The Tightlines UV Bubba Craw is available in both 3” and 4” sizes. This soft
plastic bait is designed primarily for use as a jig trailer, and features a
chunky body with ridges for extra displacement and a more lifelike feel. The
craw arms are also segmented to provide more undulating action upon retrieve.
The 3” sizes come in packs of 6, while 4” comes in packs of 5. You can choose
from 5 different colors, or a combo pack. Whichever one you choose, expect to
The Jig Wobblehead features a jointed head
segment for extra action
The head is UV of course
This jig head features a jointed head segment for extra action. The head also
sports a special UV coating for increased visibility to fish. Standard on each
jig head is a Trokar hook for maximum hook setting efficiency. Great for a
multitude of plastics, the UV Wobblehead is also perfect for the Tightlines UV
Hog. Available in 1/4, 3/8, and 1/2 ounce sizes in either green or black. All
sizes come in packs of 2 for $5.99 per pack.
The company is now working with hardbait
...and you may soon see other brands employing
the UV coatings
Brett Ware, President of Tightlines UV, was enthusiastic about his products at
ICAST, and rightfully so. These baits seemed a bit gimmicky when I first saw
them awhile back, but after really looking into how they are made and the
science behind it all, it really is quite intriguing. All of these latest baits
are available right now. We were also told to be on the lookout for some new
hardbaits in the near future.