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Top Water / Kelly J Jr. ~Kelly Jordon Signature Prop~
  • Length: 2-1/4" (60mm)
  • Weight: 5/16oz (8.5g)
  • Class: Floating
  • Belly: #6
  • Hook Tail:#6
  • Max Diving Depth:Surface
  • Line:
With the help of Lucky Craft pro staff member Kelly Jordon, Lucky Craft has designed a new topwater lure – the Kelly J. Bream imitation topwaters have been the latest trend in bass fishing, and Lucky Craft has the new secret weapon. During the post spawn, bass feed heavily on shallow-water baitfish. Even into the summer months, as long as the baitfish are in shallow water, big female bass will stay around to eat them.
With its deep profile, the Kelly J realistically resembles a baitfish, and according to Jordon, it’s like throwing live bait. With a prop on the front and one on the back, the Kelly J makes a flicking noise as if it were an aggravating baitfish, and the bass can’t resist.
Kelly Jordon’s idea for the a new Lucky Craft topwater goes back to childhood, when he used to fish with a Bagley Small Fry, which imitated baitfish such as shad, bream or Baby Bass. “There have been a lot of topwater lures that have come along and resembled specific baitfish,” Jordon said. “I wanted to work with Lucky Craft to create a new, realistic topwater like that, but with some key differences.” The Kelly J has unique characteristics such as its deep profile and props on both the front and back. When fished with short jerks, the props work together to throw water. When simply reeled in, it works much like a buzz bait, according to Jordon. “With the deep profile and the way the bait sits in the water, it really resembles the profile of any small baitfish, especially bream,” Jordon said. “It will throw water and make a lot of commotion on the top without having to move it very far.” According to the Texas resident, there are several ways to work this topwater bait, but the best is to throw it out, let it pause and give it a couple quick twitches to make sure the props turn and throw water. The goal isn’t to move the bait far – maybe 6 to 12 inches at a time. Jordon throws the Kelly J on a medium-action rod, but a longer rod can be used if a long cast is needed. Also, adjust to a shorter rod when around tight overhangs and limbs.— Kelly Jordon
Color Image
SKU
Color Name
UPC
KJJR-052ABK
Aurora Black
884403020526
KJJR-148GBBG
Ghost Baby BG
884403021486
KJJR-149BBBG
Baby BG
884403021493
KJJR-205NGL
Natural Gill
885391172051
KJJR-206NWK
Natural Herring
885391172068
KJJR-208STGL
Striped Gill
885391172082
KJJR-220IMYL
Impact Yellow
884403022209
KJ-233MSPWK
MS Pearl Herring - MS Pearl Wakasagi
885391172334
KJJR-238GMN
Ghost Minnow
884403022384
KJJR-240SF
Sun Fish
885391172402
KJJR-247MSBK
MS Black
884403022476
KJJR-250CRSD
Chartreuse Shad
884403022506
KJ-255MSGWK
MS Ghost Herring - MS Ghost Wakasagi
885391172556
KJJR-256AGO
Aurora Gold
885391172563
KJJR-268PAY
Pearl Ayu
885391172686
KJJR-270MSAS
MS American Shad
884403022704
KJJR-895GBLGLN
Ghost Bluegill
885391178954