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Bass Pro Shops Tourney Minnow

   

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Ghost Spook

Ghost Spook

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11050
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 2129189

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Bone XXX Shad

Bone XXX Shad

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11051
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 2129190

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Chrome/Black Back

Chrome/Black Back

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11002
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 632835

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Chartreuse Orange Ghost Minnow

Chartreuse Orange Ghost Minnow

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11004
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1217033

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Pearl Black Shad

Pearl Black Shad

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11006
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1217034

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Gold Black Orange

Gold Black Orange

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11008
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 632850

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Firetiger

Firetiger

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11010
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 632853

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Clown

Clown

4-3/16"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
PM11015
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 632849

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The Bass Pro Shops® Tourney Minnow combines extreme value with extreme fish-catching appeal! The Tourney Minnow is one you definitely need with its proven, strike-provoking action and slender profile that mimics a wide variety of bait fish. Never before have we delivered this type of proven performance for this low price.

  • Combines extreme value with extreme appeal
  • Proven strike-provoking action
  • Slender profile with incredibly detailed finishes
  • Complete with quality hardware
  • 3' max diving depth
Bass Pro Shops Tourney Minnow 3.9 5 28 28
unbelievably good lures...but I have used these for two years now, and keep going back for more. In Colorado I have landed huge walleye, big browns and rainbows, smallmouth, and some very large largemouths. Oh...and a good sized channel cat too. The action is great, and i have rarely had to tune them. Best to reel steady with a few rips every now and then with a pause to let is float up slowly. Killer baits for a killer price. BUT I have had a few fish lost due to broken hooks. All in all...GREAT lure for a good price...but i have learned to replace the hooks with better ones. With that being said...you still are ahead of the game price wise, and the baits have a completely unique action that triggers bites. March 20, 2013
below the surface These lures work great when the fish are low or in the middle strike zone. After a surface frenzy i always thow one of these minnows and continue the action. May the target be stripped bass, blue fish or weak fish they work. They even do work when the fish are exploding on the surface. When on the surface I prefer the bass pro shops poppers. There is nothing like seeing the water explode and nailing the fish on the surface. I ussually end up lending these to guests on my boat and often have a tough time getting the back. February 8, 2013
Box filler I was very pleased with the BPS Soon I ordeder however I must say this Minnow lacks in the area's of: Finish, Hook Strength, Durability. A few good snags and over casts into the rip rap and I don't see this lure making it out in one piece. I'd spend the extra 2$ on Rapala. To be fair tho I'm yet to give it, it's day on the water so we shall see. I do however give it a star for: Paint scheme, Price and Sound. July 13, 2012
you get what you pay for these are pretty good lures for the money. they have a good action and are a perfect size. the hook are junk. most of the hooks i have on mine have at least one barb that i can push hard into my finger and they wont pierce the skin. i put new trebles on and have loved them ever since. great value. January 14, 2013
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Your question is 3 years old but I'll answer anyway. The lure's max depth is 3ft
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It can go shallow if work slow but can go to 5 feet if you work it fast. All depends on speed when trolling or jigging.
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I think about 6 feet
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haven t trooled with it.
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2 feet
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2 feet
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The lure runs somewhat shallow, 2-3 ft deep.
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how do you retrieve it?

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"Walk the dog system." Just throw and give it two pulls and stop, two more and stop. The harder you pull the deeper it goes. If I see the fish after it I pull a little faster to mimic an escaping fish. Not to fast.
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Slow, steady retrieve works best
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I troll it. It seems to work best just pulled around at a steady pace 3mph or less. No additional action required.
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I change out the split rings for heavier ones to make the bait suspend. I'll rip it, then pause for up to 10-15 seconds. Most of the strikes come on the pause, so watch the line.

If you don't change the rings, rip it and do shorter pauses. It's a floater so it'll rise quickly. Hope this helps!
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my three favorite ways:

1. let it float and rip it about 2 feet. Then let it rest for about 5 seconds after you see it on the water's surface.
2. Straight retrieve with some pops of the rod tip
3. Burn it straight.
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Slow a lot of twitching near top
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you have to try different ways till the fish tells you what they want. i try fishing slow with jerks, without jerks, fast with or without jerks and everything in between. then i switch a color.
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I fished it like a jerk bait by jerking it while i reeled in to give it that quick side to side movement..
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I fish it as a jerkbait. Jerk your rod then reel...it works really good. Good Luck!
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The bass will let you know what they want but most of the time use stop and go.
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Let the fish tell you. Start slow and with each cast increase until you get that hit!! Good luck
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