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The Strike King® Rage Tail® Chunk's short, fat body tempts finicky fish with a tasty meal while the extra-large pincers swirl and twirl for eye-catching action. For best results, fish the Rage Tail Chunk as a jig trailer for swimming jugs, flipping jigs, casting jigs, and football head jigs.
The claws have great action. I put them on my football jigs and they look great sticking up in the water. Good lure.
January 21, 2009
Just what the Dr ordered
I cant say enough about these chunks. These are my #1 trailer for all my jigs.
The body's of these trailers are very stiff and solid. These are one of the only trailers that I can take off, change the bait and reuse them.
For the claws being as flimsy and life like as they are, they are pretty stout. I have yet to have a fish rip one off.
Down in central Oklahoma the green pumpkin and blue black flake seem to work the best.
The price kinda gets to me. They are expensive but overall well worth the price. I am also impressed with the packaging. Nice not to have to worry about your plastics drying out or loosing scent due to bad packaging or tampering.
Anyone using these will be impressed. These will work for 1/4-1oz jigs as well.
August 20, 2012
I use these on SK football head jigs in either Green Pumpkin or Black/Blue flake. These combinations will catch fish in all water conditions. Just keep a tight grip on your rod.
July 11, 2012
been using these for 3 weeks now and I am impressed with the quality and action of these trailors.I have used netbait and zoom trailors but I like the bigger profile of the claws of these.I pair these up with strike kings tour grade football jigs and have had great results.the durability factor is a plus and I just love that coffee sent and so do the Bass.
April 11, 2012
If your fishing REALLY heavy cover, it's hard to beat the real pork frog type of trailer. It has it's disadvantages though; it will dry out if you keep it out of the water for a period of time and can be difficult to remove from the hook. The Zoom trailers work pretty well and I have switched over to them almost entirely. Worms, Senko type baits as well as creature baits all will work as well.
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