The Strike King® Tube-N-Tail Kits are great for finessing strikes from crappie, bass, walleye and more. Each Tube-N-Tail kit includes an assortment of heavily salted soft plastic baits and appropriately sized jigheads.
Mixed stock - Customer will receive either Kit #1 or Kit #2. Assorted colors; sorry, specific Kit requests cannot be accommodated.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lsytram Worth the price
Worth the price. Seem to work well on crappie. I can add a few small items like split shot weights and just stick the package in my backpack with a telescoping rod and I'm ready to go.
April 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Native2Kentucky Not as big as they look
The picture gives the impression that they are bigger than they actually are. If they'd place a quarter or something in the picture for scale there would not be so many complaints. At $1.50 they are priced at about twice what they're worth, but I guess they have to cover the ridiculous amount of overhead they have some how.
June 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by JonathanT305 Really Good Value
At first glance the lures look really small, delicate and just covered in salt. But after throwing it in the water the second it lands a huge Mayan Cichlid swallows it completely. I didn't even see the fish coming after it but it was like the fish has an instant reflex to attack the bait. After landing that I cast the bait on the edge of a weed line and BAM! A nice sized crappie attacks. At the end of about 45 minutes I had caught 3 Mayan Cichlids, 2 Tilapia and 2 Crappie. Honestly, for just a $1 its a great kit and I definitely recommend it. My only complaints are that the baits are just a bit small and it needs a bit more jig heads. But I give this 5 stars based on performance .
June 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rob1594 Catches Bass Too
This is a nice little kit that people seem to say is a waste of money. This kit is definitely worth having in the tackle box. It catches crappie and I also caught two bass in the first hour of using this bait. Worth the two dollars.
June 6, 2012
There are many different ways that you can rig a tube jig. The first and possibly most common is using the round head jig (ball jig). Simply impale the tube at the head of the tube with the barb and then thread the hook out of the back. If using the slip in jig heads (those that look long and cylindrical), slide the jig head inside the tube and poke the eyelet through the skin of the jig (the hook should be exposed out of the back of the jig. Also, try using attractant scent to help slide the slip in jigs inside of the jigs as a form of lubrication and additional attractant. For more attractant to the ball head style, try tipping the jig with a Crappie Nibble or stuffing the tube with crushed Alka-Seltzer for additional attracting power.