Strike King pro Scott Suggs expects to see early winter fishing throughout all of Zone 4 during the month of November.
Regardless of the water clarity, Suggs prefers Blue Gizzard with a Pearl Flash Rage Swimmer trailer.
The stiffer wire on the Bladed Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig provides more stability than other umbrella rigs while the five blades flash and swivel to attract fish.
Suggs chooses The Shizzle for clear water, while he opts for Chartreuse Sexy Shad if the water is stained. His go-to in low-vis conditions is Delta Red.
Designed by Kevin VanDam to have a slender modified flat side for erratic thumping action with a body size similar to the KVD 1.5 squarebill. A great, silent medium diver to add to your arsenal.
He opts for Chrome Scale in clear water, and switches to Rayburn Red Craw if the water is stained. Suggs opts for Chili Craw in muddy water.
While the Red Eyed Shad is already one of the most popular rattlebaits available, the Tungsten 2-Tap elevated this crankbait to the next level. Emitting more noise and vibration than the original, the Red Eyed Shad Tungsten 2-Tap is a guaranteed choice on Combs’ boat deck for cold-weather fishing.
If the water is clear, he will throw Pro Blue, while more stained water calls for TN Shad 2.0. Strobe Shad is his choice in muddy conditions.
Lethal action and the perfect combination of roll, wiggle, and flash, the KVD J300 Deep dives up to 11-feet and has a proprietary weight transfer system for increased castability.
He opts for Green Pumpkin Craw in clear water. If the water is stained, he will throw Bama Craw, while he will switch to Black Blue if the water is muddy. Suggs prefers the Green Pumpkin Rage Bug in all water conditions.
The Strike King Finesse Football Jig features a sculpted, football-shaped head and the 60-degree flat hook eye that stays flush with the head to keep your knot in the proper position; a Perfect Skirt in beautiful colors; and a specially designed tapered barb keeper to securely hold soft plastic trailers.