The Kwikfish® is high-action diver by Luhr Jensen® that's absolutely deadly when trolling for large salmon and magnum-sized steelhead. Extremely versatile, the Kwikfish works well at any speed, in any current. Try it for flat-lining, backtrolling or slipping with current, back-bouncing (3-way rigging in deep water), or straining open water with a diving planer. Easy to tune; extra-deep screw eyes hold firm in heavy fighting.
In deeper water, troll the Kwikfish behind a Luhr Jensen Jet Diver (sold separately). In general, your leader length between the diver and the bait should be no longer than your rod (for easier netting).
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I always been a fan of luher jensen lures and i always had great success with all luher jensen lures and this lure is no exception.
I used the smallest size for trout and caught tons of fish.
Nice wobble create lots of comotion in the water and very bright colors attracts the lazy ones too.
October 26, 2009
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
I have been using these since I was a kid ( some 25 now ) . Great action at any speed and a color for all occasions. Action is so steady that you can feel the slightest "tap". No need to improve on perefection; if don't have one ,what are you waiting for???
March 11, 2008
Gotta have something. These things will spin if they get fouled. I have always thought that a snap swivel is a little too much hardware for the action of this lure. I usually attach a # 12 or #14 barrel swivel to the eyelet bar by bending the eyelet slightly, putting on the swivel, and then bending it back. I then tie directly to my line. I have found that the eyelet bar is necessary for proper action and adjustments.
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