Bass Pro Shops XTS Mini Minnow Crank Bait

   

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Chrome/Black Back

Chrome/Black Back

1-1/3"

1/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
12

Max Diving Depth:
1'

Model:
MM35-12
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  • SKU: 1005504

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Baby Brook Trout

Baby Brook Trout

1-1/3"

1/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
12

Max Diving Depth:
1'

Model:
MM35-37
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  • SKU: 1005507

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Gold Black

Gold Black

1-1/3"

1/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
12

Max Diving Depth:
1'

Model:
MM35-52
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  • SKU: 1005501

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Chrome/Blue Back

Chrome/Blue Back

1-1/3"

1/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
12

Max Diving Depth:
1'

Model:
MM35-54
  • $2.49

  • SKU: 1156489

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These great-looking little Bass Pro Shops® XTS™ Mini Minnow Crank Baits are guaranteed to turn on the biggest panfish in your favorite creek, pond or lake! The Mini Minnow can be worked on top or subsurface for great wounded baitfish action.

Bass Pro Shops XTS Mini Minnow Crank Bait 4.6 5 20 20
panfish palooza I used this at a local pond in Kentucky, while my 1/64 oz. feather jig had no luck. I decided to cast this lure out. On my first cast I had two bites that suprised me. Paying more attention on my next cast, I landed a nice crappie and some more following that. Great for young and young at heart. Thanks Uncle Buck's and BPS. February 24, 2007
Best "little bait" These little things work great for bass, crappie and bluegills when nothing else does. Because they are small and have a great swimming action just like a little minnow trying to escape, I have watched schooling bass fight over them. However, like the other review says they are a bit difficult to cast, but you can't have small and heavy in the same topwater lure! I was using a 5'6" UL spinning tackle with 10 lb braid (like sewing thread almost) and could only cast about 25 feet -- but that was enough to fill the stringer! January 28, 2007
Great For the Whole family I bought a bunch of these for the kids, and they never want to use anything diffrent now. From sunnies to little muskies, this lure can catch it all. The price can not be better, I recomend color #37 for best results. January 6, 2007
GREAT This is a truly great lure, the sunnies love it, they gobble it right up. I caught some monster sunfish on this baby, and my pal even caught some white and yeller perch on her......doesnt cast well tho. November 14, 2006
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I want to know what the actual weight of these things is. On the package I saw at BPS it said 1/16oz. But in the description for the lure here on the website it says 1/6oz. And on the order specifications here on the website it says 3/16oz. What is the actual weight???
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1/10 oz according to the actual one I am looking at that caught a Carp today with it in NYC
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and do they work good for small trout?
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Dives about 2". If you stop retrieving, they float to top, which the fish seem to like.
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These lures run about 1 to 2 feet under.I use them for trout, but I haven't caught any yet! Not that hey don't work for trout,probably just the ones where Live!
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6 inches to 2 feet is the average depth. If you crank it up stream you may be able to get it down to three feet. This is not stellar for trout but if they are agressivly feeding they will eat this.
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what is the best color

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Silver
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I have the chrome/black and the gold/black. I have had more success using the chrome/black.
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It really depends on the forage in your body of water. For me, I fish in farm ponds, and small lakes, I would choose 12 and 52. They look like the bass, sunnies, and minnows around me. I would suggest those two.
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