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In your opinion, what do you suppose would be the swim jig trailers that can operate at the slowest retrieve speeds? Slower than all others.

(Not including Kalins lunker grubs, because I know I can run those things slower than snail snot.)

 

 

 

 

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Rage tail products................they move at super low speeds. The rage tail grub is my #1 swim jig trailer.

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Keitech paddle tail baits.    I haven't had anything much slower than those.

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Any high floatation pork rind trailer can be dead sticked and still move.

Tom

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New Rage tail swimmer can be fished slow, I have played with it a lot in the pool.

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Rage tail swimmer works great at slow speeds.Caught alot of Spots and Smallies so far on it.

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Im interested in this as well.. not too many responses. All everyone seems to use is the keitech , a grub, or rage products. Im interested in alternatives 

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any generic paddletail swimbait or bait with a flat surface to catch the water. If i want mine to run at super slow speeds I just boil it a bit and i can crawl my paddletails super super slow

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lake fork magic shad, it has a paddle tail as well as the cutouts 

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You answered your own question and I agree with you.  Those thin tails on the Lunker Grub activate with the slightest movement. Other than the Rage Tail, it's the only one I've used.  I actually started using them as light hair jig trailer in colder water because that tail would spin on even the slowest fall. 

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I started using yamamoto swimming senkos and they work real good. Doesn't take much to get the paddle tail moving.

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the pork trailers work well during a slow retrieve, but the zoom 3" swimming chunk gets my nod for a feisty plastic version of a slower movement trailer. I believe its one of the best swim jig trailers out there.

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Mister Twister Twin Tail grub . 

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My favorites have been the kietech and the eco pro tungsten swing shad. Both will still kick at speeds slower than I can stand to reel. 

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Gene larew rally grub. It's not a normal grub and moves at the slowest speed.

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