What is it?
Missile Baits’ newest shape, the D-Stroyer. They will be in Dick's Sporting Goods stores and online retailers next month.
What does it do?
It combines one of the most popular soft plastic shapes — the beaver-style flipping bait — and adds extra appendages for more fish-attracting power. These assets lend the D-Stroyer a high degree of versatility.
How do I use it?
Most creature baits are Texas rigged to be either punched, dragged or swam. Regardless of what you choose to do with the D-Stroyer, its creator, Elite Series pro and Missile Baits owner John Crews says that the appendages don’t quit.
What sets it apart?
The finely ribbed, beaver-style body is designed to create lots of waves underwater while also offering a very high hookup ratio. The two long appendages on the end undulate like Missile’s Tomahawk worm while the beefy body offer big fish a bigger meal.