Luck-E-Strike Scrounger Jig - $3.49
Easy to fish and practically snag free - the Luck E Strike Scrounger Jig can be fished as a casting or a swimming jig - and it still generates the ultimate action of the original Scrounger. Its painted head and matching skirt provide added realism and bulk, while its specially designed bill pushes water and creates its deadly rocking, vibrating action. Extremely versatile and available in a variety of colors, the Luck E Strike Scrounger Jig also features a new and improved wire bait keeper to keep your soft plastics more firmly in place. The Luck E Strike Scrounger Jigs feature a 4/0 hook.
Comments: Was very impressed with this jig,but I did notice that you need to get the long bill models. The long bill provides a constant vibration that really works!I use a Rage trailer for even more action,now hold on!
From: Bryan: Newport News,Va.
Comments: FIRST and ONLY fish I ever caught on this was a 5lb.rascal striper, and I am a tournament bass fisherman....lure works great prob. the best NEW concept in years...agree??? note: they probably already do, but they need one with a treble trailer or main hook, but keep rest lure exact same...super fluke slowroll=$$$$
From: Skin: Hesston, PA.
Comments: Not impressed when compared w/ other "bladed" swim jigs. The 'scrounger' (stolen name from Aaron Marten hence the quotations) is a good bait w/ out the skirt for little swimbaits and grubs...a great bait but skirted...no. There's too many other good options. The hook is too short, too light and they just do not have the same vibration AT ALL compared to a true metal-bladed swim jig. Go w/ the non-skirted version and Aaron Martens "shakey fish" or whatever exactly he calls it after Luck-E-Strike supposedly stole the name.
From: Tanner: Southeastern, Massachusetts, United States of America.
Comments: these jigs have some crazy wobble action to them,a go to jig for me. i like them in mouse and green pump.
From: Sam: Chicago
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