Heddon Lucky 13®

   

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500BF

Black Shiner

Black Shiner

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500NBLG

Red Head

Red Head

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500RH

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2500BBR
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!
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heddon Lucky 13 - Still GREAT I've had a new Lucky 13 in my tackle box for about 30 years. A good friend and myself used them on the Mississippi River and had great luck back in the early 80's. I decided to try it again, while in Canada, a couple weeks ago. Wow, first cast a 36" pike. Caught several more and several small mouth bass. It really is a GREAT lure and I have 6 more now. I'm ready to go back next year now!! July 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old School but Effective The Lucky 13 is an old school top water popper that I have used since I was old enough to buy my own tackle. There are so many surface poppers in the market place to choose from it can be confusing to make a choice. I have tried them all and found the lucky 13 effective. Dont let the primitive looks make you pass this lure up the Lucky 13 works! October 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by "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
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor quality hooks Few people know that the old Lucky 13's are great tarpon lures. When I saw these were available I ordered a few but was very dispointed to see the new ones are platic, not wood. The hooks are way too light for big saltwater fish. I changed out the hooks but I am skeptical to see if they can take the abuse a tarpon dishes out. If they do, I will ammend my review. April 8, 2011
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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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