Jerkbait Review: Megabass Kanata and Jackall Dowzvido

Matt reviews two new jerkbaits that really stood out from the crowd this Winter. The Jackall Dowzvido and the Megabass Kanata are both great ripbaits to add to your arsenal for the Spring and Prespawn. 

The Jackall Dowzvido stook out because of the great color patterns, excellent side to side rolling action, and amazing castability. If you're looking for a compact jerkbait to dive deeper and fool those finicky fish, this is the one for you! 

The Megabass Kanata is an oversized jerkbait but it fishes much smaller than it really is. If you're looking to upsize your catch, this is an awesome option! With a ton of flash and roll to attract fish, this bait is sure to be a winner!

Jerkbaits are an awesome way to catch big fish during the cold water months. As bass move into the shallows in Spring the jerkbait becomes even more effective! These two baits will be a great addition to any bass fisherman's arsenal. 

Baits in this video...
Jackall Dowzvido:
Megabass Kanata:

Jackall Gamakatsu replacement hook:
Megabass Owner replacement hook:

Matt's preferred Gear for the Dowzvido...

Rod- Loomis IMX Jerkbait:
Reel- Curado 70:
Line- 20 lb Sufix 832 Braid:
Leader- 10 lb Fluorocarbon:

Matt's Preferred Rod for the Megabass...
Rod- Shimano Zodias 7'2" Medium:
Reel- Shimano Curado 200:
Line- 40 lb Braid:
Leader- 15 lb Maxima:

Jerkbait fishing can be deadly effective once you understand the cadence. Check out this video if you'd like to learn how to fish a jerkbait: