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Near Perfect Lure
I have used the Gotcha lures for years and have caught everything from Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, and even Speckled Trout and Pompano. These lures will often save the day and work when others will not. These lures require a fast retrieve and fast jigging action to produce Spanish and Blues. You will get tired jigging these lures, especially your forarms, but it is a good kind of tired that is fun ;) The only downside to these lures is the treble hooks they use. The lures themselves are pretty saltwater corrosion resistant, but the hooks are not. If you rinse them and then dry them as soon as you get home, you will have better results. The ones with gold hooks seem to have a worse problem with corrosion compared to the others with different hooks. This is the only flaw in an otherwise perfect lure.
January 19, 2011
Great Bass Lure!!
I bought this because it was cheap, small, shiny and should cast like a bullet. My buddy and I were fishing one of the local lakes here in Winter Haven FL, when we noticed the bass were schooling and chasing small bait fish. I pulled this lure out and caught 5 bass in 5 consecutive cast. It was like throwing meat to Piranha, even pan fish were hitting this thing.
November 24, 2010
Great for on a pier
Whenever i go to a pier in NC i always make sure i have this with me. Bluefish seem to love this and they actually case it around the pier.
April 20, 2009
These Got-Chas are probably the best lures around. Try the RED/WHITE Sea Striker if you fish at night for snook. I caught one, but released him cause he was too small. But during the day, the yellow heads of these lures are better than the red. I've had luck catching mackerels and blues using gold bodies just as much as the silver/mirror finished ones.
November 2, 2008
Use a fast retrieve and a quick jerking action on the rod while retrieving. This causes the lure to zig zag in the water column which is what bait fish often do. The zig zag action produces hard strikes by Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. The best thing to do is watch others around you that are using these lures, they are very popular on the fishing piers of the East Coast and Gulf Coast regions.
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