The Jackall Swimming Ninja swimbait gained popularity after Kota Kriyama caught a thirty five pound limit during the second practice day of the 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series Lake Amistad tounament. At that time Kota was throwing the Swimming Ninja prototype. The production model Swimming Ninja features Jackall's Shad Tail 150 design and has a slow fall ideal for dead sticking for following fish.
"It's not for fishing real fast and covering a lot of water." "It should be retrieved very slowly so it'll have its best action. Also, going real slow keeps it at the right depth. -Kota Kiriyama
|Swimming Ninja||6in||1.25oz||Slow Sink|
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Comments: Like some other reviews have mentioned, this lure doesn't swim correctly. Head points down and it tends to swim sideways. And yes the trebles were on the centerline. And after about 3 cast one of the eyes came off.
From: Joey: Garden Grove, CA 3/12/16
Comments: I did catch fish on this lure when fished fairly slow, the problem is the coloration is a film that comes off very easily after 1 or 2 fish the lure looked pretty bad
From: Steve: lake isabella, ca