It can be fished a variety of ways


I like that the swimbait has produce already this year in a variety of fishing presentations. I’ve used it on a a standard swimbait head fishing out deep. I’ve used it on a weighted swimbait hook like the new Trokar Swim Blade hook. And, I’ve used it as a unique swim jig trailer. I’ve seen in recent years where giving a swim jig a longer profile has proven beneficial and I do it a lot when I fish deeper on rocky bottoms. The Boot Tail Fluke looks awesome in all three applications and kicks well at slow speeds and fast speeds alike. I think it would also do really well on an umbrella rig but I haven’t thrown one much to test that out yet. But the fact you can reel it so slow and still get a good swim out of it would make it ideal for that rig.