Luhr Jensen Kwikfish Trolling Lure - 007
Kwikfish = Lotsa Fish
We have always been believers in either bright or bait colors for our crankbaits .... always. This axiom has served us well for many years. But the other day my son bought a 3 3/8" Kwikfish in the black n white Skunk pattern. He got razzed at the fishing store where he worked. He got razzed in the boat when we went fishing. I thought it was the silliest color I ever saw. Then he started reeling in fish when we started trolling. We were fishing in a smaller but very productive fishery holding pike, smallmouth bass, walleye and perch in rather clear but colored water. I was trolling a minnow bait and he the black Kwikfish. Every pass he hit something and the size was there too. I got tired of just driving the boat for him. This bait is undeniable. I have since bought 2 of them in the 3 and the 4 " sizes. We hit fish all over the place with them. And we even hit walleye trolling these things in the pitch dark. But hey, don't take my word for it. Buy one yourself and your friends are gonna be amazed too.
September 7, 2006
I absolutely love this lure it has a great action I have the plain silver version. I troll it for walleye, trout, and even bass I have never been skunked when I tied on one of these. try one for yourself!
July 19, 2007
What a wobble!
I bought this to troll the depths for big Walleye up in Ontario, but ended up hooking up with Northerns instead! In fact, using a Cracked Frog and a Firetiger while trolling with my girlfriend, we managed to catch the same fish at the same time! This lure has such movement it's like a workout on the troll, but it certainly calls the fish!
September 11, 2008
An excellent slow retrieve lure.
The Kwikfish is an excellent fish producer. I have used this lure in the smaller sizes with my ultralight spinning outfit for casting to trout with very good results. I can remember catching fish when nobody else did while using the Kwikfish. When asked what I caught the fish on, I got some surprised looks when I revealed what I had used. The wide wobble and slow speed make these very effective for finicky fish.
The next time you strike out using your favorite lures, try a Kwikfish, you might be pleasantly surprised.
August 1, 2008