Free Shipping on orders $50+ No code needed.

Select the "Economy Shipping" option at checkout.

Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more applies to economy shipping only to US and Canadian addresses on all internet or phone merchandise orders. (Canadian orders will be charged a $3.50 brokerage fee, duty and tax.) Excludes gift cards, orders shipped outside of the US and Canada, expedited or additional shipping and hazardous, special fees. Shipping charges on previous orders will not be reimbursed.

You may also order by calling 1-800-BASS-PRO (1-800-227-7776). Give the phone representative key code L5HA.

Strike King Pure Poison Swimbaits

   

Sale price: Clearance price: Starting at: Sale starting at: Clearance starting at: Reg. price:

Product Color
Weight
Quantity
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Pearl

Pearl

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
PRP14-SW-844
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1319155

  • Available for Backorder
  • Add to Cart

    Add to Wish List

Electric Chartreuse

Electric Chartreuse

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
PRP14-SW-860
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1319157

  • In Stock
  • Add to Cart

    Add to Wish List

Chartreuse Glow

Chartreuse Glow

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
PRP14-SW-863
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1319158

  • Available for Backorder
  • Add to Cart

    Add to Wish List

One strike is all it takes!

Strike King's® Pure Poison Swimbaits are the deadliest swim jig in the water! The vibrating blade and jig are coupled together with a tough oval split ring to produce an incredible fish-catching action. These Pure Poison Swimbaits features a unique bait keeper to keep the trailer from sliding down the hook. 1/4 oz.

Strike King Pure Poison Swimbaits 4.6 5 10 10
It's pure poison allright Pure Poison is just what it is, I caugh 10 walleye in a 2 hour stretch while fishing in South Dakota on my vacation. All the walleye were between 21 and 27.5 inches. The action that this lure has is unbelievable, It darts and dive from side to side and up and down. Can't wait to try it on the large and smallmouth bass when i get home to Arizona. June 12, 2014
simple producer When I first moved to Florida I was completely new to the idea of saltwater fishing. I went out with a guide I knew to learn the ropes before buying my own boat and starting out on my own. This was the first lure he gave me. I caught trout and snook non-stop. Even a baby goliath grouper couldn't resist. I eventually figured it out and used other lures but for begginers or children this lure is perfect. Catches fish! June 26, 2008
pure poison I used the regular pure poison swim jig with the skirt in a northern lake in calif. and was flabbergasted-- I caught within 15 minutes and 7 casts a 4 1/2 lb bass a 5 1/2 lb. and a 7 lb. largemouth--!! I know it sounds like a fish story but it's true I don't expect this to ever happen again but it did happen- I then handed my rod to my friend because I wanted him to have some of the fun that I was having- he didn't catch anything-! but when I left calif. I gave him the lure- he get's to fish that lake all the time so I expect he's going to have some great luck soon- it was the blue gill color one by the way- the pure poison in my mind is the most well engineered and beautiful of all the chatter type baits out there- July 29, 2010
personal favorite Ive had alot of the skirted versions and is one of my favorite lures. Still have and use the first one I bought even though there is a rather large chunk taken out of the jig head. great for bass, especially when nothing else is paying off. Only catch is as they get older and start to show wear you might fave to give a little jerk when you start to retrieve to get the blade dancing. Then you can slow it down and take all of the time in the world to retrieve it. Great in weeds, it just pushes them out of the way. Great on hot afternoons when there is nothing bitng. April 6, 2009
2 3 next>>
1 Question | 5 Answers

Outdoor Answers

Get help about this item from fellow customers.

Ask your questions. Share your answers.

 
 
Browse Q&A
 
 
 
Q: 
5 answers

How do you work this lure?

Details: 
Do you just reel it in, or twitch it or what?
5 years, 7 months ago
Answer this Question
0
0

Answers

A: 
I worked it both ways and caught fish. The best way was to twitch it while reeling it slow.
Images for this Answer
(click to see full-size image)
User submitted photo
7 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting

A: 
No need to twitch it.. If you want, stop and go to keep it in the strike zone.
3 years, 5 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting

A: 
Just reel it in,watch for the vibration in your line,when it reaches the max vibration that seems to be the best speed.
4 years, 5 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting

A: 
just reel it in --- medium to medium slow- but one night as it was getting dark I started reeling it super fast so it even broke the surface occasionally and I got a big blow up on it- I didn't hook him but the incident is worth noting---
4 years, 5 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting

A: 
I try to figure out who the fish want it. Most strkes seem to come on a steady retrieve. Speed of retrieve seems to be the variable. If the fish are shallow and aggressive, I put the rod tip up and increase the retireve. When bass are in the jumps I slow down a bit and with a steady retrieve through the bait fish.
4 years, 6 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting
1 of 1
1 of 1

Need Help? 7 days a week: 7am to 10pm CT or call 1.800.227.7776 anytime