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Strike King KVD Spinnerbaits - Tandem Willow

   

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Super Chartreuse

Super Chartreuse

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-201G
  • $8.49

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-203SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207785

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Super White

Super White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-204SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207786

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Blue Shad

Blue Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-209
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207787

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-217G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207788

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Bleeding Shad

Bleeding Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-218
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207789

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Bluegill

Bluegill

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-234SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313855

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Chartreuse Sexy Shad

Chartreuse Sexy Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-538SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1649000

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Smokey Shad

Smokey Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-257GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313856

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
KVD38CW-590GS
  • $8.49

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Super Chartreuse

Super Chartreuse

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-201G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207802

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-203SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207803

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Super White

Super White

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-204SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207804

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Blue Shad

Blue Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-209
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207805

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Firetiger

Firetiger

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-217G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207806

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Bleeding Shad

Bleeding Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-218
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207807

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Bluegill

Bluegill

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-234SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313865

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Smokey Shad

Smokey Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-257GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313866

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Model:
KVD12CW-590GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1531758

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Super Chartreuse

Super Chartreuse

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-201G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207814

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-203SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207815

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Super White

Super White

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-204SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207816

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-217G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207833

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Bleeding Shad

Bleeding Shad

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-218
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1207818

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Bluegill

Bluegill

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-234SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313871

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Chartreuse Sexy Shad

Chartreuse Sexy Shad

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-538SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1648996

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
KVD34CW-590GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1531761

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Super Chartreuse

Super Chartreuse

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-201G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313863

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-203SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313864

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Super White

Super White

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-204SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313845

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Blue Shad

Blue Shad

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-209
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313846

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Golden Shiner

Golden Shiner

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-215G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313852

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-217G
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313848

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Bluegill

Bluegill

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-234SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313850

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Smokey Shad

Smokey Shad

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-257GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1313851

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
KVD316CW-590GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1531760

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

1 oz.

1

Model:
KVD1CW-203SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1649011

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Super White

Super White

1 oz.

1

Model:
KVD1CW-204SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1649012

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Bluegill

Bluegill

1 oz.

1

Model:
KVD1CW-234SG
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1650597

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

1 oz.

1

Model:
KVD1CW-590GS
  • $8.49

  • SKU: 1649015

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A masterpiece from a Bassmaster champ—a Bass Pro exclusive, made to Kevin's own specifications by Strike King!
The 2011 Bassmaster Classic Champion reveals his own personal go-to bait, complete with Strike King®'s exclusive Perfect Skirt with Magic Tails (You won't believe the action caused by the bloom of this skirt combined with the tails—big bass will literally be fighting over it!). Lifelike baitfish look tracks truer than any spinnerbait Kevin's ever thrown. Innovative head design allows you to bang it off limbs and rocks without getting hung. Comes pre-rigged with a Mustad® Ultrapoint Bleeding trailer hook.

  • Kevin VanDam's personal go-to bait
  • Unbelievable action with plenty of flash and vibration
  • Exclusive Perfect Skirt with Magic Tails
  • Innovative head bangs off cover
  • Rigged with a Mustad Ultrapoint Bleeding trailer hook

"I create a lot of baits for Strike King. They build the baits that I depend on in tournaments. I know that Strike King baits have components that are made to stand up to tough fishing conditions. Why would I fish anything else? The answer is simple—Strike King lures are the best!"
Kevin VanDam
4-time Bassmaster Classic® Champion

Strike King® KVD Spinnerbaits - Tandem Willow 4.5 5 144 144
beter hook up Never like fishing trailer hook on spinner baits until now. this bait comes through the pads with ease June 25, 2012
Best! All the KVD spinners are money. come already with a stinger hook. ready to fish. I love them they work great. I wish they had a few more colors though May 16, 2012
Got the job done. Very nice spinnerbait. First day I got it went to the lake and plowed this thing through the lilipads and the bass was eating it up. Caught most with the trailer hook, that's why I get em with it installed. Can't go wrong. May 8, 2012
love it I love these spinnerbaits with the trailing hook built in. Very durable versus putting your own trailing hook on. April 17, 2012
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i like white and green skirt in murky water
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White, Chartreuse/White, Chartreuse
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What kind of blades should I use in clear water?
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Willow leaf blades because you want the flash in clear water. Silver on sunny days and gold on cloudy days. Use small blades when you want to reel fast and big blades when you want to fish slower.
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i would use a painted blade
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sliver & Gold if sunny...Painted blades if cloudy
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Willow Blades for sure. Silver or gold depending on local forage.
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Probably should use a single or double Williw Leaf. In stained or muddy water use a Colorado single or colorado and willow leaf combo
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I use the willow blades more often in clear water for the faster retrieve, I do not want the bass to get a good look at the bait. Try and match the blade color with the baitfish color. If overcast you may want larger blades and brighter colors white is a good option on dark days. Experiment and let the fish tell you what they want. Always use a trailer hook.
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Blade combinations and colors would be helpful too.
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Can't go wrong with SEXY SHAD - good imitation of bluegill & sunfish - Double willow or willow/colorado seem to work best for me
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I HAVE FOUND IN PONDS, THE SHARTRUCE OR WHITE WORK PRETTY GOOD , IN DIRTY WATER I WOULD USE A COLLARADO BLADE , IN CLEAR WATER DOUBLE WILLOW WOULD BE BEST.
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sexy shad works good or white and white and chartruese if the water is really stained try chartruese sexy shad or just chartruese
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sexy shad , chartruse sexy shad , gizzard shad
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i always start off with a chartreuse and white skirt with silver and gold blades if the water has a little color then expand from there.
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It depends on the color of the water and how much light is reflected in the water. Tea colored water I would use a flashy lure blade to reflect light with a blue/black or red color. Clear to a light stained water I would use White with Chartrusse (Misspelled) and a willow blade for better action and visiability.
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Mine didn't.
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no, but I have red trailer hook alway on hand.
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no mine had nickel colored hooks
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No they do not, but they are excellent spinnerbaits.
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No these spinnerbaits do not have read hooks
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i tend to use darker colors in dark, stained water and i have had good luck with white spinner baits in clearer water
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I like darker colors in more stained water. Casts a larger shadow. When your in stained water keep in mind the fish are going to use the lateral line much more when visablity is low. So the water movement is more important. Maybe keep the smaller bait but change the wilow leaf blade to a size up. This will slow down presentation and move a lot of water. Make sure your creating sudden movements with the bait which will help trigger reaction bites if they are not feeding. Grip "N" Rip amigo
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I have had excellent results with the Sexy Shad color in all water conditions and temperatures. Good luck!
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A Chartruese with a white trailer is my low visibility spinnerbait. Also Red.
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Sexy shad
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Black or Blue with Black
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So many options and variables come in to play when trying to choose color. White is always a good starting point but try combining some brighter colors like chartruse, orange, or brite greens.
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I have had the BEST luck with the SEXY SHAD color - there is JUST SOMETHING ABOUT IT! I have done some experimenting when the smallies are going hot & heavy - switching to other colers such as plain white, white/chartruse, chartruse, & others - it never fails - the SEXY SHAD color OUTFISHES THEM ALL!
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State doesnt determine the color, but water clarity and bait fish do. I fish lake wisconsin, white and the sexy shad work well for me
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I am in Central Illinois and the mouse color is great all-around if the lake is not turbid.
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find some baitfish in your pond or lake and then find a lure that has a similar color. always ALWAYS go for the natural color.
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With blue skies, the chartreuse/white combo works best for me here in MN
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I have watched terminators flat out catch fish, they are so durable and just have something about them.
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I have switched to the KVD from the T-1's - I have had many of the T-1's break - have yet to have a KVD break - even catching hundreds of smallies on one lure! Also, you can't beat the price.
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Fishing spinnerbaits is above all my favorite type of bass fishing. I have had the opportunity to fish with many of the Terminator series, and by my own experience, would put the Strike King KVD series up against any spinner out there as of current.
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Better with the extended skirt and stinger hook.
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The Strike King's out produce my T-1's and are less expensive. In extreme cases (Muskie, large Pike) the T-1 can be more durable.
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It's all personal preference. I like using what I believe will catch fish. I would switch the blades out to match the conditions I'm faced with when I'm out on the water! I haven't used a T-1 yet! I've only been using Strike king and Lucky Craft redemption spinnerbaits! Sorry and Good Luck!
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CAST & RETRIEVE!
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A steady medium speed retrieve works very well in all conditions. I have also had very good results waking this bait with the 1/2 and 3/4 oz. models. Slow rolling works well during a slow or tough bite
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stop and go retrieve, most strikes are on the drop
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You can slow row the spinnerbait right below the surface of the water. And you see the bass come right up and hit it! You can also pitch it under docks and boats, and right when it hits the water. Let it drop and sort of yo-yo it back to you when you do. The bass should hit it as it's falling! Good luck!
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I tie the plug directly to the line. Attach a piece of pork rind, I prefer the pork frog. Retrieve continuously or with a jigging motion, trial and error here. Vary speed on your retrieve.
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i usually fish it around docks and around submerged and visible structure. try burning it right under the surface for big smallies. remember to bump the cover u are fishing. this will produce more strikes. also, stop and start it. make it look like a wounded baitfish. this will turn followers into biters
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If you want to know where to tie it then tie it on the bend on the wire comes out of the lures head.
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u can either slow roll it or i also put it on a 7:1 gear ratio and burn it
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I use either a 6'6" or 7' MH extreme bass pro rod. works well for me
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For throwing spinner baits in general I like a rod to be atleast 7'. This allows for more distance in your cast. I also like a heavy action rod with atleast (8) guides. I prefer 9 or 10 depending on length of rod. I also recommend with any rod purchase you put as much money in your rod that you budget will allow. If your going to cheapen up, do in the reel. Spend the money on the rod, you won't be disappointed.

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7.5 HM with a flex tip.
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I use a bass pro shops bionic blade
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Seven foot; medium weight casting rod. Spinning rod will also work.
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St. Croix Legend: LTBC70MHF, XS70MHF. Good Luck!
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I would use a medium rod, 6.5 to 7' long. If wading a shorter rod may be preferred.
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i always go with a 7 foot rod with medium heavy action with a 6.4:1 reel or higher.
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without getting specific, i think that a 6.5 to 7.5 medium heavy rod will do the trick. it has enough strength to really heave the hogs out of the thick cover and gives you the advantage of being able to throw it a mile.
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I would use a 6' 10" kvd spinnerbait rod
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i wold us a medium or mediumllight go with medium lighit if you can find it
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