Cotton Cordell® Ripplin' Red Fin®
Anglers say Cotton Cordell's Ripplin' Red Fin lure looks like its moving when it's sitting still, so think about what fish see! The Ripplin' Red Fin's molded-in ''wavy'' sides give the illusion of constant movement when the lure is in the water. The Ripplin' Red Fin is a proven pike, walley and bass catcher. #4 hooks.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZTaylor1 Awesome lure I go up north in northern Ontario every fall with my father and grandfather fishing for pike and walleye. First time I went up, I had no idea what to use. My grandfather had a black and chrome ripplin red fin on catching pike and walleye every 2-5 minutes trolling up and down the lake. So I put one on, getting the same results. This lure works so well on pike and walleye. I make sure I have plenty because the chrome comes off really easily. The only disadvantages are what I said before, the hooks catching on eachother and that it doesn't cast too well. You need to get used to it. I recommend the blue & chrome, black & chrome and black & gold. December 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Farm Pond Fish Killer When I fish farm ponds this is my crankbait of choice, the fish just can’t get enough of it November 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by MaineAngler Excellent topwater I took a freind smallie fishing for the first time, after a morning of no fish, I decided to tie on the Ripplin Red Fin and instructed him to fish it extremely slow, just waking the water. From that point on he started catching fish after fish making me look like the novis..Needless to say I purchased another as the chrome was completely gone. We have also had the pleasure of double hook ups on the lure, yes two bass on the one lure..This bait for its simplicity is the nuts..highly recomend it. September 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by offleash Great Lure Have used these lures for quite a few years. I go through quite a few because after a few hits, the chrome comes off. Had a gold one with most of the chrome gone and mostly white plastic showing still producing hits and catching Large Mouth. Hooks tangle quite often. June 17, 2011