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Best Paddle Tail Swimbait

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Swimbaits recommendations for using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.8"

$6.49

Reported by
Mike Kohler

Snelling Lake (MN)

Mike Kohler reported catching Northern Pike using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.8" on Snelling Lake. Additional comments from this report: "I was throwing a 4/0 EWG underspin hook set up with a 3.8" Keitech smallmouth magic swimbait. I had colored the tail with a chartreuse garlic dip. Snelling is not a deep lake but it does have a lot of submerged vegetation. I work submerged weed edges into deeper water (7-8') for the most consistent action. A steady retrieve with a occasional pause was the most effective way to generate a strike that day."

Reported by
Sunyu Vang

Long Lake (MN)

Sunyu Vang reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.8" on Long Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Bass were cruising shallow in 2-4ft of water along wind blown shorelines. Chasing small bluegill schools. Fan casting 3.8" Keitech rigged to 1/4oz weedless bladed VMC swimbait hook."

Reported by
Matt Kehrer

Mississippi River (Monticello) (MN)

Matt Kehrer reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.8" on Mississippi River (Monticello). Additional comments from this report: "Took the kayak out on 10/8 and floated from kadler Ave - Nashua ave. Water was low but I didn't have to get out and drag the kayak at all. Water temps were warm 68-69. Smallmouth were all over the swimbaits, definitely good numbers of fish. You could catch them anywhere on the river but 2-4' deep where there were plenty of boulders was the best area. "

Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.3"

$6.49

Reported by
Finding Adventure

Little Muskego Lake (WI)

Finding Adventure reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.3" on Little Muskego Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Bass were stacked up in a shallow bay where small bluegills were plentiful. Slow retrieve with a small keitech swimbait. Caught at least 40 bass in an hour or two from shore, with only a few of them being bigger than 14”. Best action I’ve ever experienced in this cold of water!"

Reported by
Dustin Michek

Lake Of The Ozarks (MO)

Dustin Michek reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.3" on Lake Of The Ozarks. Additional comments from this report: "Slowly reeling the underspins around the docks midway into bigger creek channels caught lots of bass not alot of size but was able to catch a few keepers for the MLF college series tournament. A great way to go catch a ton of bass in the fall "

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

Waconda Lake (KS)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 3.3" on Waconda Lake. Additional comments from this report: "A tougher bite right now due to all the shad in the lake. I have never seen so many!! Caught several nice smallies slow retrieving a swim bait in 8-15’ of water off deeper rock structure. If you feel weight, set the hook! Lack of wind, which has been the case lately, makes the bite slower. If we get some wind, fishing will be better. "

Keitech Fat Swing Impact 2.8"

$6.49

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

Lake Josephine (MN)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 2.8" on Lake Josephine. Additional comments from this report: "Was throwing everything and no hits. So I decided to swim my Okashira Screwhead on the edge of the dock and caught 3-4 little guys! "

Reported by
PJ

Mississippi River - Champlin to Coon Rapids (MN)

PJ reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 2.8" on Mississippi River - Champlin to Coon Rapids. Additional comments from this report: "Small swimbaits popped up and down off the bottom. The cold front seemed to turn off the bass and they weren’t chasing anything. Like the smaller hook of the guppy head for more action when working the swimbait slowly."

Reported by
Alex Timm

Chequamegon Bay (WI)

Alex Timm reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Soft Body Swimbaits (Small/Medium) technique and Keitech Fat Swing Impact 2.8" on Chequamegon Bay. Additional comments from this report: "Smallmouth were caught in the shallower water slow rolling a small swimbait around logs. When the water warmed up the fish bit a lot better."

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