Cotton Cordell Ripplin' Red Fin
proven fish catcher
I caught 2 smallmouth 4+ lbs plus many others, including large mouth and rock bass the very first time I used this lure.
July 23, 2014
I have used this on the great lakes down rigging for salmon at slow speed ... and it produces. Early in spring after ice out try the blue crome down rigging. You will be suprized.
November 20, 2013
Great for small mouth bass
Just back from a fishing trip in Lake Temagami in Near North Ontario, and the Ripplin Red Fin worked great for small mouth bass. Good in those shallow weed beds of 6 to 8 feet where the bass came up to the the surface to strike, as this lure has a shallow swim depth of 1 to 2 feet. Hard to miss a strike with 3 treble hooks, but watch your fingers! I have had enough treble hooks in my fingers! Not a bad idea to clip the third hook, and pinch in the barbs. Only negative is that the nice mirror finish does scratch easily. When the bass are down deep, like in the middle of a sunny day, nothing beats the 5" senko worm rigged with the wacky hook. This has worked from Vermont to Ontario!
August 15, 2013
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