Strike King Rage Swimmer

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  • Strike King Rage Swimmer
  • Sizes (5): 2.75", 3.25", 3.75", 4.75" and 5.75"
  • Quantity: 2.75" (9pk)), 3.25" (8pk), 3.75" (7pk)), 4.75" (6pk) and 5.75" (4pk)
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The new Strike King Rage Swimmer is a soft plastic ribbed ring tail swimbait that displays a wide tail kicking action which mimics a wide spectrum of forage species. Well, we've definitely seen this design before with other swimbaits, but that said, it's proven and the other brands who make this style can be difficult to get from time to time. So Strike King seized the opportunity and developed their own ribbed soft plastic swimbait. The innovative ribbed texture creates a body vibration which gives the bait a shimmy in addition to the standard tail kicking motion. Perhaps the best feature of the design is that the swimbait can be retrieved at all speeds; the Strike King Rage Swimmer definitely swims well.

The Strike King Rage Swimmer is a very versatile swimbait that can be rigged in a number of ways for a variety of techniques. Anglers can fish it with an offset hook (with or without a weight), tossing it on it's own up shallow around reeds, grass and timber. It's also a very solid producer when rigged on a ball head jig - you can drag it on ledges or swim it through the water column for suspended fish. It's been proven to be excellent as a trailer on the back of a jig or chatterbait. Most bass fishermen know what to expect with this style of swimbait, it's truly an awesome bait and works all over the country.

The Strike King Rage Swimmer is available in five sizes: 2.75", 3.25", 3.75", 4.75" and 5.75" in many excellent colors. Quantity: 2.75" (9pk), 3.25" (8pk), 3.75" (7pk), 4.75" (6pk) and 5.75" (4pk).

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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