Heddon Magnum Torpedo

   

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

3-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X0362BF
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  • SKU: 994756

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Natural Leopard Frog

Natural Leopard Frog

3-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X0362NF
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  • SKU: 994761

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X0362BB
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  • SKU: 994755

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This hefty Heddon Magnum Torpedo is designed for anglers seeking a heavyweight lure for going toe-to-toe with heavyweight fish. The incredibly well-balanced Magnum Torpedo creates a wild splashing surface disturbance and is equipped with super-duty hooks and hardware that will stand up to the challenges of large fish.

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Great lure for largemouths and northern! I bought 3 of these lures to try and all three of them have gotten me 20-30" northern and 15-20" largemouths. The slow movement in the water and "zizzing" sound that the torpedo makes makes it a fish magnet. I use torpedo on open pond away from seaweed and lilypad because they tend to hook onto these plants and once the seaweed gets stuck to the torpedo's blade, you'll have to reel it in and remove all those weed from the blade. Nonetheless, this product is reliable and will give you amazing results. May 21, 2014
Solid Lure This is my first propeller lure that I have used. The prop spins pretty good and makes a lot of noise and splashing after a little tuning. The body feels very durable and makes a good wake in the water and can dive under the surface. When it dives it comes up nose first slowly. The colors are perfect. I have the Natural Frog color and had a couple of hits today. Overall I like how this lure basically works itself and I highly recommend it. January 1, 2014
great for largemouth at nite the firs night i used a got a 5 lb largemouth,and missed a couple more August 13, 2013
Old school slayer You have to know how to use them, and when you do? You'll out fish anyone if that is your game. Especially large mouth in cover... July 3, 2013
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absolutely...It's a great bait for most top water fishing.
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Whatever color matches the primary baitfish where you are fishing.
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baby bass, the yellow frog color, perch color have all worked well for me. Basically anything shiny will work. I have heard good things about the clear color as well
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I'ld also apreciate it if you could recommend a colour, a different size (meaning tiny, teeny, etc..). I would also apreciate it if you could tell me what other fish you catch with it.
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no pickerel or pike for me in Texas, but it is a great bait. The baby bass, yellow frog, and perch colors have all worked well for me. The clear color is supposed to be good as well, I have heard. I might stay away from the teeny torpedo, I have had problems with the propeller not spinning, which has caused the bait to spin and give me a lot of line twist. Baby torpedo may be a little big, probably not for pike though. The teeny is a great size I have found, I have been able to catch small sunfish and large bass on it.
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I use the tiny torpedo for bass
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I wouldn't recomend using torpedos on pike they have strong teeth and that can make it hard to set the hook from a torpedo.You want to go with big spinners with double blades and flash foil colors if going for pike.Now the heddon torpedo is great in any size on bass.I'd go with silver black back,gizzard shad,or bone color.Use them on calm days when threre's no wind,they work better.I catch snook,tarpon,and bass when i go to Florida.They're very lethal in clear visible water,too.
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3-5/16"
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3 5/16"
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