Owning this jig and trailer assortment is about as close as you may ever get to dipping your hand into Stacey King's personal tackle box. The Stacey King Jig and Trailer assortment contains the 10-time Bassmaster Classics qualifier's most productive sizes and colors. You get 10 of King's Jigs – 3 Flipping, 3 Casting, 4 Finesse – plus 10 chunk trailers and 10 craw trailers, all hand-selected by Stacey himself. Includes a custom utility box.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Josephbasshunter Just what I wanted.
I ordered this kit because I enjoy flipping jigs and I was not disappointed when I got it. It has all of the colors I currently use. It has several clear water colors (greenish/brownish), several stained or dirty water colors (black and blue, black and red), and even a white jig that is easy to see when bed fishing. The trailers are nice and will look great on these jigs. As mentioned in another review on a flipping kit that I also purchased, it will save me money and time going to the store to purchase another jig for whatever situation I may find myself in that particular week. Great assortment and the jigs/trailers seem to be of good quality. You will easily spend more than the $20 for this kit if you try to buy each jig individually. Great kit for the price!
January 11, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by BWebb Get what you pay for
This kit is a great price if your looking for a lot of different jigs in some good colors but the quality of the jigs is fairly poor. The weed guards pull out pretty easy after a couple fish and the rattles are flimsy. I would recommend this if your a beginner jig fisherman but if your looking for a more serious jig bite it would be better to pay a little more for something nicer
September 5, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by KING4 very poor quality jig kit
I opened the box to these jigs and was examining all of them, i noticed that on one of the jigs the skirt had fallen off and as did the weed guard. when i first fished with the other jigs i couldn't cast them as far as other jig brands of the same weight, after a few casts the weed guard fell off another one. i never caught a fish on them and stopped using them. Chompers jigs are much better and produce more fish
July 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kenw57 Great Value and Bass Love them
Bass Pro Shops® Stacey King 31-Piece Jig and Trailer Kit
A $55 value! Owning this jig and trailer assortment is about as close as you may ever get to dipping your hand into Stacey King's personal tackle box. The Description Says it All !
May 31, 2011
the warmer the water, the more action you want. Early in the year, craws are probably THE trailer to use... and if you're going for smallmouths; they LOVE craws! If you're flipping wood, I would use something abit more compact as a trailer. Water clarity is also a factor - the clearer the water, the more natural/subtle you wanna go... the dingier the water, go for darker and/or gaudy colors.
sometimes it depends if the bass are looking for a subtle drop and light twitch or a very active jig. Try to match colors to the skirt and determine whether the bass are going to be more aggressive or taking little nibbles. I would go for a jig trailer with a lot of action if the bass are aggressive
I use 3/8 oz most of the time because I like a larger bait presentation. I will upgrade to 1/2 depending on the lake and conditions. My primary color is green with a matching trailer. Again most of my success has been with a green trailer. Night tournaments I will convert to black/blue with matching trailer.