Kalin's Lunker Grubs
When the summer time comes around, the bass bite in Lake Travis, Texas gets a little slow. In the summer, the bass sit under docks and wherever they can get shade, and for some reason, even my go to baits for other seasons like a Senko just don't produce, but these do. Even though the bass are less aggressive in summer, they just can't resist a grub, and Kahlin's Lunker Grubs are perfect. They are fat and juicy looking, and the tail has awesome swimming action. These produce fish year round for me when others won't, they are priced very reasonably, and I have caught fish over four pounds on my last three trips since I began using these!
June 1, 2009
Hands Down, the Best Grubs.
The broad, thin tail is what sets Kalin's grubs apart from the rest. Even with light weights and / or slow retrieves, the tail on these grubs will flutter considerably.
Add that tail action to an already versatile bait, and you've got a sure winner.
March 7, 2008
Best for smallmouth
I've been fishing the Ottawa River in Ontario for years. This the best bait by far for smallmouth. Smoke salt&pepper out fishes other lures 4 to 1
July 3, 2007
Very reliable and durable
I have been trying various plastic grubs this year, but so far, this 5" grub on a weedless jig head has been the most effective for me. I have tried various colors, but the pumpkin seed color seems to work best in our local lakes and rivers for LG and SM bass, at least in fairly clear water. I caught 15 bass at one of our local lakes yesterday and one bass was 4 LBs. That's a very good day for me. I have also caught a few large catfish with this grub, while fishing for bass. It seems more durable than many other grubs I've tried. I average about 5 to 6 fish on a grub, before it will no longer stay on the hook.
July 12, 2012