Kalin's® Triple Threat® 2'' Grubs

   

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Length
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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-810

Blue And Silver

Blue And Silver

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-814

Green Weenie

Green Weenie

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-818

Black Blue Chartreuse

Black Blue Chartreuse

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-824

Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-834

Wally World

Wally World

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-846

Lemon Meringue

Lemon Meringue

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-848

Acid Rain

Acid Rain

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-868

John Deere

John Deere

2"

50

Model:
2TG50-872

Firetiger

Firetiger

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-808

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-810

Blue And Silver

Blue And Silver

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-814

Bumble Bee

Bumble Bee

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-815

Yellow Dog

Yellow Dog

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-817

Green Weenie

Green Weenie

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-818

Popsicle

Popsicle

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-819

Black Blue Chartreuse

Black Blue Chartreuse

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-824

Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-834

Red Head

Red Head

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-842

Wally World

Wally World

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-846

Lemon Meringue

Lemon Meringue

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-848

Yellow Jacket

Yellow Jacket

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-863

Bad Blood

Bad Blood

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-866

Acid Rain

Acid Rain

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-868

Green Hornet

Green Hornet

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-871

John Deere

John Deere

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-872

Acid-Rain June Bug

Acid-Rain June Bug

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-993

June Bug Chartreuse

June Bug Chartreuse

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-820

Orange Crush

Orange Crush

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-995

Bleeding Tennessee Shad

Bleeding Tennessee Shad

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-996

Bubble Gum Chartreuse

Bubble Gum Chartreuse

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-997

Arkansas Shad

Arkansas Shad

2"

10

Model:
2TG10-713
Kalin's Triple Threat Grubs are laminated using three color combinations to provide maximum contrast, ensuring your grub gets noticed in all water conditions. Two-inch size is perfect for crappie and other panfish, or for downsized presentations to bass and walleye. Available in packs of 10 and 50.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deadly produtive By far one of the most productive plastic bait i have ever used. Fills my freezer every year with crappie and bluegill.Catches almost everything but a cold. I`ve used the Wallyworld,and Acid Rain with great results.Something about this baits tail action seems to entice a bite where others fail.Take it from ol deadeye your money is well spent on these babies, gare hun teed! April 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding Bait Only bait and color (TN Shad) I been using for 2 yrs. Bait holds up well. Have caught over 20 without changing bait. Very durable when put on jig properly. December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great grubs I received the triple threat as a gift and used them on a day when nothing was biting. They made the day come alive and now have a prominent place in the tackle box. Really love the bumble bee and the green w_ _nie, bubble gum and acid rain are good backup colors I would like to meet the person who names them October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by proven Saved the day! The only color that fish would touch on day two of our trip. Limits on Walleye. Crappie liked them too. July 15, 2013
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I rig this personally on a painted jighead about 1/16 oz i believe it is. Caught me a big bass the other day and it's still winter so I was happy, the fish followed it all the way up to the shore-and hit it. Anyways how do you rig it and use it. I would like to know everything line jig rod reel. Nothing about trolling because I don't have boat access so onshore applications Please. Thank you.
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I use it the same way, painted jighead 1/16 oz. with barbed collar. When fish are biting a slow moving bait in the river or lake I fish it about 12 to 18 inches below a small plastic bobber about 1/2 to 7/8 inch.
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I use ultra-light equipment (wally marshall ultra light spinning 5' 6" rod and reel.) I use 1/32 oz jighead black and chartruse and rig acid rain jig starting with head and insert jig hook 1/2" through center of body and exit with the white side down, yellow side with hook up. works great on about any fish but is excellant for pan fish.
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For Big Bluegills, try early spring when the water temp. gets up above 65 and the fish are making spawning beds in the gravel areas along shores of lakes and ponds. 2 ways to fish these effectively that I've found: First, try casting and letting them sink to the bottom before starting a slow steady retreive. usually they will hit it on th eway down, or will pick it up off the bottom. Second, in weedy areas, just cast and start a slow retrieve after just a couple seconds. This also works along rocky shorelines for bass & rock bass. Good Luck!

Yes that's a bullfrog in the photo, and yes...that's a black/blue/chartreus 2 " Triple Threat in it's mouth!
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I just tie it on to a green, pink or white jig head 1/16th weight. 6lb line. Cast out let it drop, then slow reel it in. That's all I do.
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Rod- 6' light BPS graphite micro lite spinning rod.
Reel- Pflueger President XT size 25.
Line- 4lb-6lb Berkley Triline XL
Jigheads- 1/8th - 1/80th oz
I don't normally hop grubs like everyone else. I swim grubs. With this rig I can swim a grub from just below the surface to 20'+ down.
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i use bass pro unpainted weedless round jigheads (trim the weed gaurd) 10lb power pro braided line (i luv to fish wood) med to light rod shimano 1000 spinning reel
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Will these work on trout?

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I USE THESE ON TROUT BUT ONLY ABOUT HALF TROUT HERE SEEM TO LIKE TO JUST HIT THE TAIL AND THIS PUTS THE HOOK BACK FARTHER
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Yes, rainbow and brown
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it is a realtivly uncommon application but yes. well it depends on the creek but i have caught trout on curly tails like this. colors i would suggest are 68, 34, and 84 but try to match it up with your local bait fish. i would sugest using a 1/32 oz jig head too
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