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KVD Sexy Frog
 
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5.0 (3)
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June 12, 2014   6452   0   2   0   0
The KVD Sexy Frog is one of the finest, feature-packed, frog-style baits yet from Strike King. Chief among its features are a sealed nose, which minimizes water entry, and a free-floating rattle to create the noise needed to get those lunkers' attention. Designed and approved by Kevin VanDam for open water and heavy cover applications, it's an ideal bait for great topwater frog action!
Strike King "Rage Tail Toad"
 
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Lure Reviews
December 12, 2015   3634   0   1   0   0
The Rage Tail by Strike King brings a revolutionary new look to soft plastics. Each Rage Tail Lure has a unique and exclusive tail design and is engineered like no other soft plastic bait. The Rage Tail is designed with a specific purpose and uses customized hi- grade plastics for superior action. You won't believe the splash, noise or other action that each rage tail has! The Strike King Rage Toad is best rigged weightless with the eyes up on the toad, on a 4/0 to 6/0 wide gap hook. They can be fished on top of the surface for...
Strike King Red Eye Shad
 
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Lure Reviews
April 08, 2014   4533   0   1   0   0
The tournament-proven "Red Eye Shad" is one deadly lipless crankbait. Designed by Strike King's Pro-Staff, the Red Eye Shad produces an incredible action and features a unique shad-style body, pro-chosen paint schemes, red 3D eyes and free floating rattles to give you the best action and to entice tournament-winning fish from a far.
Strike King Rage Blade Swim Jig
 
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February 26, 2015   4079   0   1   0   0
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...
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