Strike King® Rage Tail™ Twin Tail Menace Grub

   

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Length
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Summer Craw

Summer Craw

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-100

Candy Craw

Candy Craw

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-130

Falcon Lake Craw

Falcon Lake Craw

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-135

Hard Candy

Hard Candy

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-144

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-18

Blue Sapphire

Blue Sapphire

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-19

Bluegill

Bluegill

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-191

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-2

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

8

Model:
RGTTMG-46
  • Twin tails
  • Crazy tail action
  • Great for flippin' and pitchin'
  • Multiple uses
Strike King's Rage Twintail Menace Grub is a soft plastic twin tail grub with an attitude! The Rage Twintail Menace Grub has a crazy tail action, even at slow fall or retrieve speeds. Use the Rage Twintail Menace Grub as a jig trailer, on a jighead in traditional grub fashion, or on a Texas or Carolina rig. In fact, the Menace can take the place of several other bass baits.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by love it! Great for small bodies of water..have two small quarry's near by and this bait t-rigged is easily the one that works best...i get both largies and smallies on it March 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by highly recommend The best swim jig trailer available. Do not hesitate to purchase this bait. December 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMAZING BAIT! Dont hesitate buying this bait! Find a somewhat clear water (12 inch clarity) and use the watermelon or pumpkin color and you are guaranteed a big one within 20 minutes! October 15, 2013
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Lift and drop like a worm? Or do you swim it along the bottom to get the flappers going?
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both...works both ways
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I use it Texas rigged or on a Carolina rig. Also makes a good jig trailer.
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The Texas Rig is usually fished by throwing the soft plastic as close to cover as possible with the goal of placing the worm as close to a fish as possible. Try to let the lure enter the water with as little noise as possible and keep some controlled slack in the line, as fish will commonly attack the lure while it is sinking to the bottom. The fish does not hit on the fall, let the worm rest on the bottom for a brief period and then begin to retrieve the lure in a very slow, jerk and pause motion. Be careful to always keep a little tension on the line because learning this technique is a lot about learning to differentiate between the feel of the bottom and the feel of a fish. This rig is a very effective way to catch largemouth bass in many conditions.
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