Each of our Bingo Bugs are carefully handcrafted and feature our amazing Trimaxx Technology. They proudly showcase hand-trimmed feathers that protrude like tiny wings from the re-engineered body. This unique body produces life-like underwater action as the lure moves through the water, enabling anglers to troll, spin-cast or fly fish with amazing results. With a variety of colors and graphics that make them look like the many different bugs that fish normally feed on in all kinds of water situations, this multi-purpose lure can be used as a fly or a lure. All of our patterned lures also feature UV coatings, which allow fish to see them even in dark and murky conditions. Freshwater fish of all sizes love to devour them in lakes, streams and rivers!

And, because we care about our environment and natural resources, we have made sure that Lucky Bug Bingo Bugs are BPA-free and lead-free!

Check them out at your nearest fine fishing and outdoor sports retail location.

These are some of our most popular lures for the species below. If you have a favourite colour combination for your “secret spot” that you never miss on then go ahead with that pattern… or better yet, try a few because we all know that what a fish feeds on one day may not be the same the next day. Another option is that if you know of a pattern that works and you don’t see it here then maybe we can specially create it for you… minimum quantities will apply.


Bass (General)

Bass (Large Mouth)

Bass (Small Mouth)

Brook (Speckled) Trout

Brown Trout

Bull Trout

Chum Salmon

Cod

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Coho

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Cutthroat

Dolly Trout

Halibut

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Kokanee

Lake Trout

Panfish/Crappies

Perch

Pike

Pike/Musky

Pink Salmon

Rainbow Trout

Sockeye

Spring Salmon

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Steelhead

Stripers

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

trout

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Trout (General)

trout; walleye; kokanee

Currently no products are listed for this target species.

Walleye

carolina rig

  • These bugs are designed to be fished on their own, no bait or gang trolls required. Leaders should be long, 18″ minimum – longer is better. Tie the leader directly to the clip supplied with the bug, attach the leader to the mainline via a small swivel.
  • Bingo Bugs require the use of weights for casting or trolling. Carry multiple sizes and adjust the amount of weight to match the speed and depth you want to fish. You can even troll them on a down rigger when you need to get really deep.
  • Fly fishing is very productive with Bingo Bugs, be sure to use sinking lines and 48″ leaders. A sink-tip fly line is used in rivers, the line is mended after the cast and the bug is ‘swung’ across the current.
  • ICE FISHING – Not only can the Bingo Bug be fished with traditional trolling and fly-fishing methods, it can also be fished through the ice. An effective way to ice fish with the Bingo Bug is very similar to the way one would ice fish with a fly… Micro Leeches, Woolly Buggers, etc. When small lakes are iced over, even predatory fish tend to migrate to shallower water and feast on insects in the fertile weed beds near shore.  This being the case, the Bingo Bug is a prime candidate for shallow-water ice fishing when the bite is slow. You can either use a small snap swivel, or tie your line directly to the Bingo Bug, and place a small split-shot weight about 18 inches above the lure. In a shallow portion of the lake, say 5-10 feet deep, there are two good options for lure placement: either sitting on top of the mud below the weeds, or hovering 3 inches or so above the weeds. Either way, disrupting the bed of the lake is important. In these smaller lakes, bigger Brook Trout and Rainbow trout are often at the top of the food chain and movement at the bottom of the lake means only one thing: food. If you choose to rest your lure on the bottom of the lake, slowly lift your rod tip 12 inches or so, and then let the lure fall back into the weeds. If your lure is suspended slightly above the lake bed, drop your rod tip first to disrupt the dirt and then use the same slow-lift-and-fall method. Remember, everything under the ice moves very slowly so don’t feel the need to quickly and sporadically jig the Bingo Bugs. Give this trick a try and you’ll be yelling BINGO in no time.