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Heddon Lucky 13

   

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500BF
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 942217

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Red Head

Red Head

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500RH
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 942224

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500BBR
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 942205

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More than 10 million Heddon Lucky 13® lures have been sold over the years, and it's as productive today as it was half a century or more ago. The Lucky 13 produces an outstanding chugging, popping, darting action few bass will refuse and is still a mainstay in many tournament-proven pro's tackle box. Our line features 3 never-before-seen colors!

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Favorite all time lure I've caugt tons of 2 and 3lb large mouth bass with this lure. Just caught a 25" pike this morning with the red/ white color. The best colors are red head and the green crawdad. This lure slays fish in upstate NY! August 29, 2010
"Luck" Has Little To Do With It this lure has been my fall-back top-water lure for the past several years. when all else fails, this one seems to come through for me, big-time. i cannot even begin to tell you how many fish i have caught on this lure over the years. if you like to fish top-water, especially at night, you'd better own at least one of these. June 22, 2012
best top water by far. This is by far the best lure i have ever used i have color # 20 and i strongly recomend it. I caught both the fish in my picture with this and many others.Makes the BIG BASS very agressive.This is my favorite lure. I use it every time i go fishing. October 3, 2010
Heddon's Masterpeice This lure has been the demise of most of the big bass that I have caught here in Pa. Including the biggest, a 24 in. 8 lber. For a couple of years my supply was low and I didn't fish the last two that I had for fear of losing them. Since there reintroduction i've added them back to my must have lures and continue to catch big bass just like I did years ago. Only now, I have enough to last a lifetime. January 18, 2007
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I had this lure in black with white stripes.Does it still come in that color?
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if they do, i want one. i have a black w/ white stripe Tiny Torpedo and the fish LOVE it.
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Yes, see attached link.

http://www.basspro.com/Smithwick®-Devils-Horse®/product/15540/-253625
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how do you fish this bait

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Great top water lure. Dropping it in open areas in the weeds produces terrific hits. The first chug can be amazing!
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i like to cast it, then wait several seconds for the ripples to disappear. then i make several short, crisp jerks with my rod tip down low, creating a "leaky faucet"-type sound. i reel in slack, pause several more seconds, and repeat. when i get a hit, i wait until i can FEEL the weight of the fish on the lure before i set the hook.
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You can either fish it using a slow, steady retrieve or the stop and go method. Do not pull or jerk the lure, just use twitches.
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When you first look at this plug you would assume it is fished like any topwater popper. I think it is a fine plug worked this way but the thing most people don't realize is it has an incredible action with a slow steady retrieve. We actually use them for big tarpon with great success.

I would recommend letting the pug sit for a few seconds once it hits the water. Once things settle down pop it once and let it settle again. Possible pop it a second time but one you feel like the popping has the fish's attention, point the rod straight at the water and slow crank it. The wide wobble gets a lot of hits. It seems to dive about 2 to 3 feet when slow cranked.
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you simply jerk your pole rapidly in one direction as you reel in
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