Kalin's Lunker Grubs
I use the 5" lunker grubs for catching salt water bass in San Diego's Big Bay and Mission Bay from a kayak. Depending on where the fish are holding, I can jig the grub along the bottom, or swim it like a swim bait. I'm able to spend more time fishing than changing out baits. Also, the grubs are tough enough to handle repeated thrashing from fish, but yet soft and pliable so that the tails wiggle on even the slowest retrieve. Great colors, great bait. I never go on the water without a pack of Kalins.
July 25, 2011
These grubs are not only tough, they are inexpensive to buy 4-5 packages of at one shot. If you are in Upstate New York, you should give these a try this season for bass. The 5" grub works the best for me with a 3/0 weighted hook (the same ones for swimbaits) and you can get them down deep for smallies especially. The 5" grub acutally looks smaller than it really is. Let it drag on the bottom with a hop or two, and hang on! You can get 4-5 bass out of one use of these grubs.
May 13, 2009
Best curly tail grub period
Kalin makes the best most lively grub on the market. The plastic is very soft while at the same time being pretty sturdy so it hols up to catching a ton of fish. I primarily use Kalins in Canada for Walleye fishing but have caught tons of Smallmouth bass on them as well. My favorite color for clear lakes is bluepearl salt and pepper but there are times and places for any one of these colors. You will not be disappointed with these baits.
January 3, 2009
i've fished them all. the kalin grub is the best. that's a fact. other grubs will catch fish but so will a bare hook. if you fish grubs, fish kalin's. colors 21-57-66-80 are my favs. they are softer and have that wavy tail action that is unsurpassed. their color selection is vast and they are durible. the secret to a great grub is action in the tail with a slight body roll. so, get grubby,get kalin's
April 4, 2006