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Strike King KVD Pro-Model Tube

   

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Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

Black Blue Flake Blue Tail

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-2
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681215

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Pearl Pepper

Pearl Pepper

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-44
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681371

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-46
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681374

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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-48
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681377

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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-52
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681380

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Mustard

Mustard

3-1/2"

10

Model:
PMT3.5-64
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 681389

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Now you can fish Strike King®'s KVD Pro-Model® Tube, the same finesse bait that helped make Kevin VanDam the 2001 Bassmaster Classic® winner! Salt-impregnated to lure the big ones, these durable, tournament-proven tubes are perfect for light line and spinning applications, as well as Texas rigging and flipping.

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Thanks Kevin VanDam & BPS I have never used tubes very often because they have never produced for me but things have changed. I was watching Kevin VanDam demonstrate how to use them on a video I purchased at Bass Pro Shops and found out for years I have been using them wrong, I used them like a spider jig, just reeled them in with poor results. Using Kevins tips on how to use them and under what conditions they have proven to be excellent for some of my biggest largemouth bass. They have produced the best for me with a stop and go free falling action as well as jigging in the 50 to 60 foot deep parts of the lakes I previously only used other jig types in. Here is a photo of my favorite size and colors. December 31, 2007
Durable Tubes Used these in clear water this spring. They were very durable and the bass loved them. For some reason they liked the chartreuse even in the clear water. Also scored walleye on this tube. June 7, 2011
KVD's Pro Model Tube The KVD Pro Model Tube is a great tube to flip or pitch into the toughest cover because it always comes out still on the jig head and still rigged properly. The KVD tube has 3 molded - in colors, thats why its the toughest tube on the market. August 21, 2006
Great tubes I've been using this tubes for about 2-3 weeks. I am using #92, #14. They are working great for small mouth bass. I even catch walleye. The tubes hold their form against many casts, hold up to rocks. You get your money's worth. A must for any Bass Fisherman. ( or woman). I use this with the bass pro xps magna superlock hooks #3,4. with the bass pro 20 piece e-z tube kit.( includes varied weights, rattlers). if you have problems with snagging on weeds, rocks, try this out. September 20, 2007
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Black w/ red or blue flake in muddy water
Green Pumpkin in stained water
Watermelon in clear water
I don't use a tube without a rattle; that is how much difference I think it makes
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It all depends on water color and time of year. But a good all round color is pumpkin, watermelon or any green color. If you catch a fish and he spits out a crawdad-look at the color of craw and use that color. Rattle does get me more bites or you can put a colored bead between weight and hook if you are rigging texas style or carolina rig.
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What size hook do i use?

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3/0 or 4/0 Zonas tube heads
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Kevin Van Dam fishes his signature series tubes on Strike King's tube jigs and changes weights depending on the fall rate he wants and the cover he's fishing.
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i like a number 2 gamakatsu hook if rigging weedless but i love these with tube jigs also bucher if you can find them
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I've seen people fishing with tubes and they caught TONS of bass. I wanna know how you rig em. i own a pack of zoom tubes, but i have no idea what hooks i should use, what weight(if necessary)i should use, and how to fish it.

If you have an answer, PLEASE RESPOND!

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First of all, I love these 3.5" tubes...and use them a lot...they've accounted for a lot of really nice fish over the years.

I texas rig them with a Mustad MegaLite EWG in either 3/0 or 4/0 size. the key being to insert the point into the head and back out...just like setting up a 'worm'...and then when putting the point back 'in'...be sure to run it through both tube walls...and then lay the hook point along the outside and 'skin hook' the point...

Don't be bashful about using some additional scent...craw or shad, depending on what the bass are keying on can make a difference.

My one complaint: I believe Strike King quality assurrance isn't the best...the 'better' tubes are the fatter ones...and tube thickness can vary from package to package...

It's an over-looked, highly effective bait.
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Basic worm rigging and tube rigging starter stuff. Get some 1/8 ounce and 1/4 ounce tubehead jigs with 3/0 and 4/0 hooks as well as 1/8 ounce and 1/4 ounce bullet sinkers and some Gamakatsu worm hooks in 3/0 and 4/0. All that should be 20 to 30 bucks for quality stuff. If you wanna land lunkers you need quality terminal gear.
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You can also use a tube jig. I like 1/8 ounce.
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Kevin VanDam uses Strike King's tube jigs and changes weight sizes depending on the fall rate he wants and the cover he's fishing.
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depends on where your fishing if your fishing heavy cover grass,weeds,rocks, texas rig it with a gamakatsu number 2 hook and it's money
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