The Bomber® Saltwater Grade® A-Salt CD Certified Depth™ Minnow is a proven option when you need a lure that's capable of digging deep to entice the strike. Designed to perform its tantalizing death dance at 25 to 30' deep, the Certified Depth Minnow is built to withstand brutal attacks from the biggest and baddest saltwater fish. Along with a 350,000-modulus, puncture-resistant body and super-duty hardware, the Certified Depth Minnow features a wire-through skeletal structure that links all key components creating an all but unbreakable link for mackerel, grouper, snapper, striper and tuna to zero in on. Equipped with premium saltwater-grade hooks.
Wire-through skeletal structure
Equipped with premium saltwater-grade hooks
Designed to perform its tantalizing death dance
CD25 - 25' with 66' of 20 lb. test line.
CD30 - 30' with 75' of 20 lb. test line.
My friends thought the pink was an odd color and were skeptical of using something other than Rapala brand. This lure caught two large barracudas in 30 min while the other 4 lures in the water got nothing.
April 16, 2012
Best trolling lure I have ever used for grouper period. It goes deeper than the Manns and makes a lot more noise. It also one of the cheapest big baits out there. This is a real plus once you start breaking them off in the coral and rocks.
I wish they had a more durable paint job. After 10 groupers they have lost 50% of the finish. I will live with that because they produce!
October 25, 2010
Fantastic for freshwater stripe
Caught several 27" stripes in quick order with this lure in fresh-water trolling - Logan Martin lake (Alabama). Fantastic action, runs full 20' deep.
May 5, 2010
Needs finish work
Granted, MOST of the fish we troll for have more than one tooth. I find that the finish on the new saltwater bombers comes off way beyond the actual bite marks. One day out, 2-3 kingfish, lure needs re-painting. Good news...they run very well out of the box and I wrote to bomber about the problem and they've offered to replace the ones in question.
February 11, 2010
I was looking at the hooks on these and they seemed kind of thin. I am heading to Venice for big wahoo and tuna and am thinking about replacing them with some Owner ST66 or 76 hooks. Has anyone had issues with the hooks?
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