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Creme Mad Dad Minnow - 3.5''

   

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Ghost

Ghost

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-01
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1542134

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Orange Belly/Moss Green

Orange Belly/Moss Green

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-08
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1630283

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Yellow Belly/Moss Green

Yellow Belly/Moss Green

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-09
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1630284

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-14
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1741253

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Blue Back Pearl

Blue Back Pearl

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-02
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1542136

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Shad

Shad

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-05
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1542140

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Moss Green

Moss Green

3-1/2"

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Model:
MDM-06
  • $2.09

  • SKU: 1542141

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The Mad Dad Minnow by Creme® Lures combines hard bait action with the feel of soft plastic. In the water, the Mad Dad Minnow has a wild, vibrating action when retrieved. A very versatile lure, the Creme Mad Dad Minnow can be fished numerous ways. Fish it at any depth. Fish the Mad Dad Minnow with a double hook or remove the hook hanger and swap it with a treble hook or single hook. A snap is recommended for the best action. It comes rigged with a double hook. A must for every tackle box.

  • Hard bait action with the feel of soft plastic
  • Wild, vibrating action
  • May be fished several different ways
  • Comes with a double hook
Creme Mad Dad Minnow - 3.5'' 4.4 5 8 8
awesome caught some of the biggest bass I have ever caught on this lure March 27, 2013
Perfect for fall bass Picked this up last week to capitalize on bass chasing bait fish. I've only caught two bass on it and both were 5+ pounders that slammed it hard. The double hook it comes with sets easily and holds great. This is an awesome lipless bait that belongs in your arsenal. I attach mine with a small #1 snap and the action is perfect. October 17, 2012
These baits are awesome! I have used a lot of different types of baits, and I have to say that I really love the way these bait feel while I'm reeling them in. I can tell when they are moving fast, and when they are bouncing on the bottom, and I can toss them into pretty much anything without worry of them getting hung up, and I swear the fish love them too. I've been using a variety of hard and soft baits in the various brakish backwaters of Annapolis and these 2.5 & 3.5 inch versions are just killing the fish. Rub some scent on each side toss them out and retrieve them so they bounce on the bottom. The fish that can't refuse what I'm selling. Good product. Don't care for the fact that the eyes can pop out which ruins the balance, other than that they are great, by far my favorite swim bait to use. PERIOD! June 22, 2012
Good all around bait I've fished this around cover and in open water when shad were breaking to the top with good results. I replaced the double open shaft hook with a #2 treble. June 20, 2012
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How heavy are these?

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light
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The weight is 8/10th oz.
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Also will these lurea catch saltwater fish?
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crawfish, orange belly..series 100
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Try to target local forage when possible. That said any color will work fine. I've had success with the bass pattern and the blue glitter color. I don't see why this wouldn't catch saltwater fish. I believe they actually make a large size specifically for salt water.
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1/2 oz sexy shad color.
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how do you fish this

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cast out, twitch twice, reel slow
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Attach to the line with a snap (I use a small #1) cast and reel. You can also jig it, rip it through cover, etc. It's best fished pretty quickly, like most lipless crankbaits you're going for a reaction strike.
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cast and retrieve, occasionally twitch rod tip or pause retrieve to create a wounded bait fish effect. If fishing grass, tick top of grass just like fishing lip-less crank baits. Easy to use!
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just fish it like a swim bait, also try to vary retrieve speed and take a break every 10 turns or so, so that they have a chance to bite it.
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