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Strike King® Coffee Tube Softbaits

   

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Product Color Length Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

KVD Kick

KVD Kick

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-112

Honey

Honey

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-126

Watermelon Candy Red

Watermelon Candy Red

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-129

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-18

Goby Lishish

Goby Lishish

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-26

Natural Goby

Natural Goby

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-29

Smoke Red Black

Smoke Red Black

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-30

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-46

Magic Goby

Magic Goby

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-51

Watermelon/Gold, Copper Flake

Watermelon/Gold, Copper Flake

3-1/2"

8

Model:
CT3.5-56

Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-2

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-18

Black Neon

Black Neon

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-38

Pearl Pepper

Pearl Pepper

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-44

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-46

Green Pmpkn/Purple,Gold Flake

Green Pmpkn/Purple,Gold Flake

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-13

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

4-1/2"

6

Model:
CT4.5-94
Sporting a classic tube shape, Strike King's Coffee Tubes are enhanced with real coffee bean granules and coffee bean oil to give the tubes an earthy tinge and a naturally strong scent/taste big bass are eager to slurp up. Not only does the coffee scent/flavor entice and encourage fish to hold the bite longer, it also works to mask human scents. They are salt-impregnated too!

The 3-1/2'' Coffee Tube has a hollow head and is most effective when rigged with an internal tube jighead for dragging, jigging, or fishing structures with the hook exposed.

The 4-1/2'' Coffee Tube has a solid head and a hollow body. Great on a Texas rig for flipping and pitching.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 52 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super Versatile I know that I could go out today and possibly not catch a thing, but the first time I used this bait I caught 2 nice largemouth. Water temp was around 50 and a cold front had come through so I was proud. The most surprising and most exciting thing is that you can skip this bait a mile using spinning gear. If you ever want to fish docks and have trouble skipping a baitcaster, get a spinning outfit and some of these coffee tubes. Lastly, if your reading this and thinking, "we'll, I can skip baits..." I promise you've never had a bait skip like a tube. Try it out. I rigged mine with a 1/4 oz tube hook. The hook was exposed and I was amazed at how the bait "moved" under the water and how very little it got hung. Bottom line: I'm officially a tube guy March 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tube Baits You use to carry the Yum Vibra Tube in 3,5 inch,also the finese vibra tube and the 4.25 inch vibra tube. They all have worked great for me over many years. from Spring water temps of 46 sedgrees to late fall, don't know why you stopped. All I can get now is the 2 inch vibra tube, which I do not like, The hooks required are to small for me. I buy a lot each year of the above baits wish you still carried them. CB January 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My new favorite tube Tubes are one of my top 5 all time favorite baits to throw. I have used them for years and always have one rigged up and ready to go. I have been using several Strike King products lately and have been more than impressed. I found these Coffee Tubes last week and wanted to give them a run. I couldn't be happier. I found the Watermelon gold with copper flake on sale. I bought the 3.5" tubes. They come 8 to a pack. After using these with great results, I purchased 5 more packs of this color. I do wish they would come more to a pack or in a value pack, but either way I am very impressed. These tubes are covered in heavy salt. They are also covered in a coffee sent. This has always been a major plus for me. While I can't 100% say that the salt or coffee attracts more fish, I can say that it masks my scent and that catches fish. Packaging was top notch on these. The resealable bag and the small size is perfect for my tackle box and peg board. I am using the Mustad 4/0 tube hook with these. I have a pegged 1/4 oz weight and have been Texas rigging these. The bass love em. I average about 3-4 fish per tube before its shot. I also use these as a trailer on a 1/2 oz swim jig. I work this like a swim bait never hitting the bottom and bouncing my rod tip up as I retrieve it. With the skirt and tail action of the tube, this makes for something Bass don't often see. I really can't explain it, but it works and lands fish. I have yet to find a Strike King product that doesn't impress me. With the price of these tubes, I may have found a new favorite tube. I'd like to see more color options in the future, but for now, these are hard to beat. September 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by great plastic tube Problem with these tubes is that you have to buy more than one package because you catch too many fish with them. Thrown around cover during spring and summertime and dragged and twitched slowly bass will inhale them. Dont even remember how many bags ive gone thru. will make sure to buy double the amount this year. January 4, 2012
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I'm planning on getting this and is using the Owner Phantom tube hook a good hook for this bait? If it is what size? and if not, what other bait/ hook?
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i would personally invest in a "tube hook" which allows you rig up a stupid tube. If you are unfamiliar with stupid tube rig you can google it and find it pretty easily. This setup allows for a more natural looking bait.
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You can use various hooks ,but the hook bend must fit snuggly up against the entrance to the tube center. Different manufactures of tube baits vary in size as to what hook type and size fits best even though on the package they have the same size listed such as four inch. You need to experiment but make sure its snug but still straight or it will spin in the water. No Good.
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I love the KVD Mustad tube hook in 5/0. It has a pin for the tube to rest on.
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I don't use the tube jig hooks. They get hung up too easily, and are a pain to rig. Just rig it texas rigged with a 3/0 offset worm hook and a 1/16-1/4oz bullet weight... lighter weight for slower fall.
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I have a large farm pond in my backyard and it's is very weedy without any real cover except for weeds everywhere. What is the best way to fish tubes in this situation?
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You need to swim it ,fast enough to keep it out of the weeds. Normally casting along the bank and reeling close to shore in small ponds work great. try a Tiny Torpedo topwater bait along the banks experimenting with different retrieves it's been a killer for decades. I personally have probably caught in excess of 2500 bass over my life with this baits in similar circumstances
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Throw on a 3/8 to 1/2 ounce weight, peg it and texas rig your hook
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Texas rigged with a 1/16oz bullet weight and a 3/0 offset worm hook.
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you need to throw it over the cover and reel it in to the cover. i have actually done this before and i almost caught a fish on every cast. in my my private pond there is stick ups everywhere and i have filled my pond with largemouth,smalliesblue catfish and bluegill. my pond is 30 feet deep in one spot and is usually about 50 degrees.
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well when fishing weeds i like to use a topwater frog but using a tube id keep it bout a half foot under give it a good shake on your retrieves
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I would Texas rig the tube. I would use a Tungsten weight, and a Gamakatsu® EWG Worm Hook. It will keep your tube really weedless. You may also want to fish it on a braid line like Power Pro.
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I fish ponds a lot.The best way I have found is to use the mister twister keeper hook and place a small split shot sinker ahead of it.
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You can fish it texas with a wide gap hook and a sliding worm weight, or purchase BPS EZ tube weights which places the weight inside the tube. I prefer the EZ because I don't like weight exposed, but try both. They will have very different actions.
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Don't waste your time or $$$... Fish it Texas rigged with a 1/16oz bullet weight and a 3/0 offset worm hook.
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At you local Bass Pro Shop store or on their website. They come in many sizes to fit any application that you are looking for. Heavy for thick cover or lighter weight for cases when you just want to fish them in open water.
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Bass Pro Shops carries the jig heads. Search under Strike King Jig Head. They work the best for this product too.
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Unfortunately, the Strike King Tube Jigheads are currently not available. However, we do offer a number of other branded tube jigheads including a few of our own Bass Pro Shops Tube Jigheads. To locate these and more, do a product search for "tube jighead".
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i've never fished tubes before(i know its hard to believe)....r these rigged texas style?...also what other ways can they be rigged?...thanks for the help!!
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I use a 3/0 wide gap tube hook for a 3.5 inch tube and just insert in center so it dosen't crimp the tube ,must be straight or it will spin. Great around rocks in Spring , weeds in summer and up against and under docks summer and fall. Its a bait that works all year.

Getting the right hook for different size tubes and different manufactures make take some experimenting.
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Texas rigging in the best. If you get the 4.5" tubes go with a 5/0 hook.
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i almost always fish my tubes texas rigged but when in a full cast u might want to keep an open hook
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Use Owner Phantom Tube Hook. This Hook is made for tubes, choose weight 1/16
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I use a Gamakatsu EWG 3/0 hook and use what I call a semi Texas rig. The 3/0 hook is just the right length to allow the point to pass through the tenticles and not the body then come up the other side where I just skin the point, makes for an eaisier hook set in my opinion.
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Use internal jigheads to fish any type of tube. The jigheads come in many weights and sizes depending on what type of cover you happen to be fishing. You can find these jigheads here on the Bass Pro Shop website or at you local Bass Pro Shop store.
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I've used these for Inshore Red fish. Suggestion is to rig with a small (#2 or #3) split ring on the jig head for bettter action. I also added scent. I havent tried to double the lure because of shallow water fishing I've done. Hope this helps a bit.
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You can fish them one of two ways. They can be Texas rigged on a EWG hook. That style is most popular fishing in the brush or flipping & pitching to shallow targets.

They can also be rigged on a jig head with the hook exposed. That style works best when dragging or hopping them on large flats or dropoffs.
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Yes a tube can be Texas rigged. I would use a wide gap hook that will fit the size tube you are going to fish. When fishing a Texas rigged tube I like to keep the bait compact so I peg a bullet weight, or use a XPS E-Z Tube Weight. XPS aslo makes Finesse Tube Jigheads, and Weedless Tube Heads. A simple round ball jighead will work as well.
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