Strike King® KVD Heavy Cover Swim Jigs
- Fish-catching features of the original swim jig
- Added resilency of a heavy wire hook
- Swim this one where the big ones live
NOTE: Hooks could be either red or black due to mixed stock. No color choice is available.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 41 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by jbmw002 Great Jig This jig catches a lot of fish. I like the fact that it vibrates a lot as well attracting fish from a far. April 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jamiecabinetmaker Only bait that worked today!! I love to fish a jig so the concept on pitching a jig and then swimming it back to the boat is great!! I caught a nice largemouth in real cold water today doing just that technique. If you like to fish a jig you need to give these a try i would venture to say you will like them too!! Also the bluegill color option is a nice addition since most jigs don't try to match bluegill. March 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by powellw83 got to buy I love this jig if you love bass fishing, KVD then you can't lose. January 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Z518Ranger KVD swim jigs I've caught a ton of fish on them. They seem to catch the better fish. November 19, 2012
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Details:what color trailer would be close to a bluegill? and is a single tail grub best for it?
A:Paca chunk has several colors that work really well with bluegill. I like green pumpkin candy and okeechobee craw. Rage tail craws are a little bigger and work well also. Single tail grubs and baby fluke will work too.
Top 50 Contributor
A:Strike King baby Craw is what I use for a trailer and use Green Pumpkin but there is the Okeechobee Craw color that can also work. In all, I've found the Strike King craw colors are the best for this jig.
A:Whatever colors are in the skirt such as blue green pumpkin,purple etc.
Top 500 Contributor
A:I use a strike king baby rage craw in summer craw color.
A:Black and blue or green pumkin
Details:I have tried swimming this bait, jigging it, and everything else I can think of, but I can't seem to get any bites. I got the bluegill color in the 3/8 oz. I have no idea why this isn't working for me. KVD lures have always produced for me, especially the spinnerbait, in the firetiger.
A:The easy way is to fish with someone who knows how to use jigs. They can be fished a lot of different ways and different trailers, small vs large or curly vs craws, change everything. Slight twitching causes the skirt to flare on slow retrieves. Short hope on the bottom also works.
A:I use the same color here in WI in ultra clear water and add yamamoto hula grubs in smoke and red and watermelon and constantly throw in weed beds and slow roll them back or cast and fast swim back on surface. Have caught bass and pike this way.
Top 1000 Contributor
A:Add a trailer, throw when water is too clear for a spinnerbait. Otherwise keep using your spinnerbaits.
A:Try to bounce the lure off the bottem and let it sit, then bounce it and jig it up about 1 to 2 feet then let is sink. works for me. good luck
A:Make sure you use a color that matches the bait fish in the lake or pond. I fish a private lake and they eat the blue gills so I put a tariler on as well to the color of the bluegills best time to use them is overcast and windy days. They are also great night fishing lures
A:i would think the 1/2 oz would work well in a current
Details:This jig looks great but is there a brownish red one available. Those always work good as a jig color.
Top 1000 Contributor
A:there is no red one. But it's easy enough to switch the skirt.
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