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Strike King® KVD Perfect Plastics Ocho

   

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Amistad Special

Amistad Special

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-106
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  • SKU: 1530485

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Big Tex

Big Tex

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-107
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530486

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Blue Craw

Blue Craw

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-108
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530487

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Double Header-Red

Double Header-Red

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-109
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530488

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Watermelon

Watermelon

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-16
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530489

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-18
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530490

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June Bug

June Bug

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-42
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530491

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-46
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530492

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Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-50
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530493

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

5"

8

Model:
OCHO5-55
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  • SKU: 1530494

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Double Header-Red

Double Header-Red

7"

6

Model:
OCHO7-109
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530497

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

7"

6

Model:
OCHO7-18
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530498

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

6

Model:
OCHO7-46
  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1530500

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  • Smooth beveled sides reflect light
  • Precision molded of supersoft plastic
  • Slow sink rate
  • Ideal for jerkbaiting and wacky rigging
  • Soft salt impregnated plastic and exclusive coffee scent
This 8-sided beast takes the concept of the soft jerkbait to another level. Like a faceted bead vs. a round bead, the Ocho's smooth beveled sides reflect light in different directions, creating a flash effect unlike that of any other softbait. Bass respond readily! Precision molded of supersoft plastic, with a slow sink rate, the versatile Ocho is ideal for jerkbaiting and wacky rigging. All KVD Perfect Plastics lures feature soft, salt impregnated plastic and an exclusive coffee scent that masks human scents and oils to produce more and longer bites.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Bait I tired the Gary Yamamoto Senkos and they worked great but they always fell off or broke apart, I bought these at $4 cheaper and they work better at catching fish and they stay together and on the hook. Saw a school of bass while I was walking on the shore tossed it in weightless and a nice big boy bit right on the one in the picture I am posting with this, went back up to my apartment so my wife could take it, its bite after bite with these, they have my money now, the Senkos don't. September 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best stickbait around best stickbait ever. went fishing with these today in the 5" watermelon color for smallmouth and instead caught 7 largemouth on them. one of them being a 5 pound beast they are the most durable and atractive stick bait ive ever seen. use them weightless on a 2/0 o'shaunessey worm hook let its sink for 5-10 seconds then jerk it in. if a fish takes it wait a good five seconds or see it move 5 feet May 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great jerkbait I would use this jerkbait almost any day of the week. Just jerk the lure around the wood or boat dock or even weeds and this lure will nail the bass. September 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Bomb This is a great bait the beveled sides make the decend look to good to pass up. I have caught bass on this every time out. Get this bait! August 9, 2011
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I'm going to try it anyway, but has anybody had success dressing a Strike King Slither Rig or Swim Jig (or football jig for that matter) with an Ocho?
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No, but it's worth a try. I've had great sucess with wacky rigging mine. The action is awesome
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I was always told darker colors in merky water, brighter colors in clearer.
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watermelon, weightless
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In stained water, I've had sucess with Watermelon seed. For murky water, you can dip the tail in a chartreuse, spike it dye,
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I use a 5/0.
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3/0 o'shaunessey worm hook
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I personally would use a Gamakatsu EWG 3/0 offset hook if I were to texas rig them. However, I only fish them wacky rigged.
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Rig it on a 5/0 NON OFFSET hook. i say non offset in capitals because it will twist yoru line into rope if u use an offset hook. just dont do it. and, btw, dont even buy this lure. it has bad plastic and terrible action on the fall. gary yamamoto senkos are the only bait with the right plastic and fall for soft stickbaits.

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3/0 or 4/0 (its up to you) EWG offset shank worm hook. i like mustad and gamakatsu best.
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3/0 or 4/0 (its up to you) EWG worm hook. i like mustad's or gamakatsu's the best.
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A 5/0 hook would be good for a 10 inch worm, so I'd do with something smaller, like a 3/0 or 4/0.
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ewg 3/0
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I have the four inch ocho and was wondering what would be a good hook by brand,size,and type. Thanks
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ewg 3/0 gamakatsu
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I mostly use the 3/0 offset, rigged weedless, no particular brand. Bill K1
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I used an Owner 4/0 Spring Lock hook.
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the number 2 drop shot hook is my favorite
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Try a 2/0 Gamakatsu Skipjack hook (Texas rigged) or a 1/0 Gamakatsu Weedless Finesse Wide Gap hook (wacky)
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For dead sticking I would use a Gamakatsu 3/0 EWG worm hook in red. For wacky rigging use Gamakatsu weedless finesse wide gap and a wacky tool with the o-rings to prolong the life of the bait.
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If your looking for a Jig head hook I would go with Tru Tungsten's Flea Flicker jig head. Weightless is good but you will get a lot more action using this jig head. The Flea Flicker shakes as it falls and the bait wobbles more as it shakes. It will not fall that fast when you use an 3/32 oz Flea Flicker. I don't fish them weightless that much any more because I get a lot more fish this way. (even in shallow water) Hope this has help you
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Depends on what you want to do. Wacky you want about a 1/0 wacky or walleye hook. for texas/weightless you will probably want a 2/0 gamakatsu wide gap worm hook.
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Like a 3/0 or 4/0 one of those im not quite sure but when you do get some get the trokar hooks these are the sharpest hooks ever made. With these you can set the hook twice as easy.
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Owner Mosquito 2/0 Hook is great for that size
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first of all there is no 4 inch only 5inch and 7 inches

i do use 5 inches ocho with 3/0 gamy skip gap hook but u can buy offset worm hook from gamakstu or bps
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I live on the Tennessee river. The water is by far merky most of the time. Do you think a man could catch fish in murky water on the Ocho and which way is the best way to rig them.
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the best way to rig the ocho is wacky rigged. they dont perform as well in merky water
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texas rig in deep water. texas rig with no weight in shallow water
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I too fish the Tennessee River, Lake Guntersville area. I mainly fish them weightless over and through the grass beds.
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These work best in mildly stained to clear water. If I was to fish them in murky water, I'd use green/pumpkin and dye the tail with chartreuse. I'd also throw a larger size, like a 6".
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I catch them all the time on Chickamauga Lake on the Tn River. I use the Tru Tungsten Flea Flicker in 3/32 oz and wacky rig it. As the rig falls the jig head wobbles back and forth which makes the bait wobble even more and since it is weighted it will wobble more and you can fish it deeper. I fish it shallow also because it does not speed up the fall that much. It still falls at a low speed. My point is that by using the flea flicker or a lightly weight hook or jighead you can increase the action and vibration of the bait which makes it alot easier for the fish to locate in murky water. and believe me I know what you mean when you say murky water. more like watered down mud sometimes. I hope this will help you catch some fish and good luck
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These do work in murky water but I would rather be using a red eyed shad in the orange craw color. These worms work best texas rigged.
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I primarily fish this in murky water myself and yes it works. The green colors seem to work best for me. what i usually do is cast them let them sit on the bottom for a minute pull them up and usually a bass hits it on the way up
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Wacky Style, Shaky head if its murky I like to use a junebug black & blue style worm
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Yes, the Strike King Ocho will catch fish in merky water. Darker colors like June Bug seem to catch fish in dirty water. I found the best way to rig this worm is Whacky style. It will also, work on a Texas rig.
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I've used this worm almost every time I have fished this year. The pond I fish is pretty murky with a lot of moss. The only color I use out there is watermelon red flake rigged really simple. Just run the hook through about an inch of the worm, pop the hook out and you're ready to go. I fish these weightless because almost every fish I've caught out there has been while it's still dropping. I tend to catch 2 or 3 two pounders every time I'm out, but just last week with this worm I caught 9 bass, one of which weighing in at 5 pounds!
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I have had luck using them in ponds that are murky. So far good luck with this bait.
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