Warrior Baits Giveaway #1

Published On December 5, 2011 »» By Dan Rice » Contests and Giveaways, Fishing
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Warrior Baits Giveaway #1

Warrior Baits is giving you the opportunity to win many of their latest and most successful bass lures right here at FHC Outdoors. From a hands-on analysis, we can tell you that these baits are made by passionate anglers with serious quality in mind. This prize pack contains:

(1) Warpath Buzzbait – 1/4 ounce, Chartreuse Shad
(1) Pack of Warrior Craws – 4 inch, Summer Craw
(1) Pack of replacement jig skirts, Smoke Purple
(Each pack contains 3 E-Z Change Leg’ns)

To enter,take a look at  www.warriorbaits.com and tell us below which bait you would most like to try!

Winner will be announced by the end of the week. Upon winning, we will use the email address you provided to gather your shipping address. If under the age of 18, please attain your parents permission to give out such information. Good luck to all the entrants and be sure to thank Warrior Baits on Facebook for this opportunity!

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Dan Rice is an outdoor writer from Spokane, Washington. He writes for his website, FHC Outdoors, and is a contributing writer to Western Bass Magazine. Be sure to visit his YouTube channel for action on film!

11 Responses to Warrior Baits Giveaway #1

  1. Ethan Dhuyvetter says:

    If I won, I would be super excited about the jig skirts. Jigs are my favorite bait, overall. I really enjoy dragging finesse jigs, or football heads on rip rap. Smoke purple would be an awesome color for smallies at a local lake I bet. Regardless of all that, I just want to say thanks for putting this contest on. Have a good day!

  2. gavin says:

    i ment the warpath craw and this lake does have a lot of craws and muddpuppies. but any way i would really like the 4 inch craws because the bass where i fish like big baits and craws/creatures. summer craw is the perfect color for the dirty water im fishing. if i win i hope to catch another 7lb bass out of the lake i fish. thanks for reading all of my comments and you shouldnt read the other ones. sorry but have a nice day

  3. I have heard so many good things about the warrior buzz baits. There are couple of diehard river anglers that I know that swear by them. I would love to get my hand on one and see what all the “buzz” is about.

  4. Dan Roloff says:

    It is really hard to choose but the Warpath Buzzbait, it has a “clacker”, which I prefer in a buzzbait and looks like it can tear up the water. I am especially interested how the built in spoon in the keel adds to the silhouette of the bait and effects it’s performance. I bet it is real easy to get up on a plane and draw a strike.

  5. Anthony says:

    I offered up my one and only buzzbait to the lost lure Gods on my last outing of the season. It died a virgin, remaining one of the only lures I was unable to land a fish on this season. Now there is an empty empty space in my tackle box where there ought to be a buzzbait. I have a fishing party to attend in January where everyone brings the new gear they get during the holidays to show off and brag, and I would love to bring that charuese buzzbait!

  6. Song Kimpton says:

    My choice will be definitely the E-Z change leg’gns skirts with the quiver bug. More and more people are using punch style baits to catch those big bass! I know I have. Punching in think grass, flipping docks, or pitching into isolated tree stumps/ laydowns, this is a great way to catch them. The e-z change leg’gns skirt looks great since it has the round bulk and it doesnt matt up, stick, or flatten out and the legs of that quiver bug looks awesome. I would love to try this out in my next tournament.

    How I would rig this up by using a sinker stopper, tungsten bullet weight, e-z change leg’gns skirt, 4/0 flipping hook and the quiver bug.

  7. JigKing Fishhead says:

    I was just recently asked to look at the warrior bait replaceable skirts as I was told I was spending to much money for the ones I am currently using. LOL

    My choice would be the replaceable skirts as I do a lot of flipping and pitching around docks and cover with a creature bait and a jig skirt in front of the bait with a punch stop against the weight. I have found this combination to be quite successful on a particular lake we have here in the Spokane area.

  8. ikaika says:

    all of these items for fishing are good, but for me the jig skirts win, my main tactic to fishing is jigs, flipping docks, and grass. my favorite combo is black n blue with a craw trailer, always managed to catch the 3 lbs bass lol. the purple jig skirt looks good, and if i win it, i would put that on as soon as possible!

  9. Bradley says:

    I would really like to try out the half pipes because I LOVE wacky rigging senkos. Definitively my most effective bait!

  10. Brandon says:

    I would be really like to try the warrior craws. Craw imitations are one of my favorite and most successful baits. They have a great design and are multi-purpose and from what I’ve heard very durable. another bait I would like to try are the half pipes wacky rigged. I fish wacky senkos year round and last year me and my partner placed 4th by .1 oz. in a tournament only using senkos. it looks like they come in some great colors too!!!

  11. Cameron Coone says:

    I would love to get my hands on the Warrior Baits Warpath Buzzbait. I am a topwater aficionado and buzzbaits are one of the main weapons in my arsenal. I always try to find an advantage in my lures over what the competition may be fishing and the unique sound that custom buzzbaits make are killer over the highly produced chinese-made buzzbaits that many fishing companies put out. The unique design of the head of this bait should make the bait ultimately weedless, which is a huge plus when fishing buzzbaits around heavy cover. We all know that buzzbaits catch huge bass, now its time to show huge bass that the Warrior Bait Warpath buzzbait is a force to be reckoned with in the fishing world.

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