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Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits - YamaMinnow

   

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Chartreuse Green Flake

Chartreuse Green Flake

2"

15

Model:
C105-15-169
  • Durable, minnow-like body
  • Slender tail, fry-like appearance
  • Length: 2"
The YamaMinnow proves that big bass are not the only fish Gary Yamamoto knows as bream, crappie and even trout are sure to take an intense liking to the Yamaminnow. The Yamaminnow's durable, minnow-like body and slender tail give them a fry-like appearance and action. Pair with your favorite jighead and cast or jig the YamaMinnow to fill you slab basket. Length: 2''. 15 pack.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love these baits I was first given a pack of these baits as a gift....and first time out caught fish after fish!! I purchased another pack and same results!! Love this bait. Looking forward to trying more colors! Bass....bream....crappie....even a couple stubborn catfish. All loved the YammaMinnow! November 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works but not as durable I used these on some striped bass and caught one on every cast. This was all the big ones wanted that day, too bad I only had one pack. These aren't as durable, you'd be lucky if you get more than 2 fish on one. Otherwise, they do work! June 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by a real fish catcher I fished the yamaminnow in a creek and the fish tore them up! lots of panfish and a few smallmouth. I used different colors with the same results. The only problem I had with them was they would tare up after several fish. May 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by better get you some! A MUST BUY FOR ANY CRAPPIE FISHERMAN! i bought a pack of these to try out after seeing them used on tv first time ever using them me and a buddy caught over 40 crappie just using a 1/16 oz jig head and slowly reeling thru weeds my only complaint is they dont last very long cuz the fish go crazy for them and rip em up May 9, 2012
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Yes it can be rigged weedless. Make a tiny shakey head out of it. Take a hitch hiker, which is a cork screw that can attached to the eye of your normal jig head. Then screw the bait on the cork screw and then insert the hook into the bait.
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if you use a weedless 1/16/ oz jig head
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I am going fishing on lake supieor for vaction. What are the best ways to catch walleye and crappie on the banks.
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make sure you take some yamaminnows with you for crappie.
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pair with 1/16 oz jig head and color 32 to resemble perch
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depends on depth if you can see and cast to the fish go light like a 1/32 oz if not i would say 1/16 oz up to 1/4 oz but experiment what works
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