STORM® Kickin' Slab

   

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Weight
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Black Crappie

Black Crappie

4"

1-1/8 oz.

1

Model:
KSS04BCP

Bluegill

Bluegill

4"

1-1/8 oz.

1

Model:
KSS04BG

Goldfish

Goldfish

4"

1-1/8 oz.

1

Model:
KSS04GLF
These STORM Kickin' Slab jerks are excellent baitfish imitators. Equipped a durable soft plastic body, detailed holographic insert, realistic WildEye® stare, strong polycarbonate lip and an incredibly lifelike swimming action, these jerk baits are rigged with ultra-sharp premium VMC® treble hooks for precise hook sets.  
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by An unbaited hook is better Absolutely terrible, no lifelike swimming action, used it for 3 hours and nothing bit it, definitely throwing it away. October 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Lure First cast with the Bluegill color Kickin' slab and I hooked a 37 inch Northern Pike. Can't wait to try it at the secret bass spot. September 1, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Doesn't run true I purchased 2 of these on sale in the 4" Bluegill pattern, but neither would swim true. Both swim baits tended to retrieve on their side at every speed. Likewise, when paused, the lure would flatten out on it's side. Needless to say, they look great, but these went into the yard sale pile. August 20, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Save your money! This lure looks good but its got to be the worst lure I ever bought. Its not balanced right or something thank God their not expensive. August 18, 2010
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what is the best color

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That depends on the local forage in the body of water you're fishing. If you are in a lake that has a bluegill bite, try that color first.

It is also possible that another color will work better - so you have to experiment if possible. I would personally try to match the local food first though.
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it depends on many fictors such as water visability, season, and temprature all account on what color to use just like use a black/ dark color when water is murkey; but use natural colors when in clear water or bright colors. As for the seasons, when in spring use bright colors as fish dont feed as much during the cold month and a bright color attracts attetion to it and pretty much says "hey i'm here come get me" as when it starts to get warmer vary your colors as one day fish might love bright and the other day might not bight at all on a bright lure as due to the fact is that as the water warms the fish matabalism slows down. As for fall it can be tricky as some fish eat as much as they can and some just stop feeding all togeather as for winter i have no ideanever tryed but good fishing
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Best color by far - bluegill
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don't buy it, its absolutely terrible.... honestly
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Shad silver and black for bass
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 - East wareham, Mass
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