A Bass Pro Exclusive! 2011 Bassmaster Classic's winning lure!
Scrumptious bass treat
Rumbles down to a 3'-6' plane
Square lip prevents most snags
Perfect color schemes
This overbuilt chunk of a scrumptious bass treat rumbles down to a 3'-6' plane in both sizes, the ideal depth for a do-it-all cranker. The key with this crank is to bump it off cover—the square lip prevents most snags, and it's the easiest way to indicate to Mr. Greensides that this is his most attractive option. Add the perfect color schemes, and you're in the money!
''With Strike King crankbaits tied on, catching has been a whole lot easier!'' Kevin VanDam 4-time Bassmaster Classic® Champion (including 2010 and 2011) 7-time Bassmaster® Angler of the Year
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jig4Bass Overhyped?
Upon reading the description that goes along with this crank, I would say so, but it does call up bass and has a nice wobble that gets bass' attention. I like all the new colors that have been added the past few years, especially the metal scale "crack" version.
March 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GeoGeo strike king lure
I have used strike king lures in the past and I have had good luck with them. I also recently bought a tackle box (canvas like) and some fishing line. I will be fishing J Percy Priest lake this spring. I have recently purchased a lure made by Rapala it is a shadrap, craw color. I also bought some fishing line (8lb & 12lb) under the Excel brand name, this is my first experience with Excel line but I have heard it is a great line and I thought the cost was fine also. I bought some 'thill' bobber stops and a package of Foam Peg Floats. Everything has been purchased for me and my use.
March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by matttk Nice around wood
Works well around docks and trees. Deflects off the pilings with minimum snags.
March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JDFIZZLE508 GREAT LURES!!!
MY WIFE CALLS IT THE SECRET WEAPON.. ALWAYS GOOD LURE AND COLOR FOR THEM MISSISSIPPI BASS..
March 3, 2014
I have a KVD 1.5, and it is silent, no rattles. The Strike King catalog lists the KVD 1.5 as .."no internal rattles for a silent approach". Your page shows the KVD 1.5 and 1.0 with rattles, so need to make sure that is accurate.
They sell both types, on with rattles and one without. The school of thought are two fold, one if the water is super clear then throw the silent. If dingy throw the rattles or after they quit biting throw the silent style.