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Strike King "Rage Blade Swim Jig"

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Strike King Rage Blade Swim Jig

Lure Make & Model

Use:
Freshwater
Lure type:
MSRP ($):
5.79

A new take on the bladed swim jig, the Strike King Tour Grade "Rage Blade Swim Jig" features a unique blade and head design. Instead of having the head molded onto the hook like most swim jigs and jigs in general, the weighted head is actually molded onto the blade. Field testing has shown this design greatly increases hook up percentages by giving the blade more movement to get out of the way of the hook when a fish strikes the lure. It also helps decrease snags as well thanks to the increased movement of the blade, and still delivers the classic bladed swim jig vibration that bass can’t resist.

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4.0  (1)
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4.0  (1)
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4.0  (1)
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Rage Blade Swim Jig

I've only gotten to use this swim jig a few times but I was really pleased with it every time I used it. It's able to get through a ton of different covers and not get hung up. The blade makes a really neat sound coming through the water that really calls the fish well.

The swivel that comes with it will probably need replaced already on the two I have and I've only thrown them three or four times so that's a fall back. Not really impressed with the small trailers that come with the jig either.

Price is really good for these so you'll be able to upgrade trailers and swivels and not hurt the wallet.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Price, Colors, Hookups
Cons:
Swivel, Trailers
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