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Heddon Torpedo Hardbaits

   

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
X0355BF

Natural Leopard Frog

Natural Leopard Frog

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
X0355NF

Brown Crawdad

Brown Crawdad

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
X0355BRS

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
X0355BB

Clear

Clear

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360C

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360BF

Black Shore Minnow

Black Shore Minnow

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360XBW

Black Shiner

Black Shiner

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360NBL

Natural Leopard Frog

Natural Leopard Frog

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360NF

Natural Perch

Natural Perch

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360LC

Black Shiner Glitter

Black Shiner Glitter

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360NBLG

Brown Crawdad

Brown Crawdad

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360BRS

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360BB

G-Finish Shad

G-Finish Shad

1-7/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0360GBSD

Clear

Clear

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361C

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361BF

Black Shore Minnow

Black Shore Minnow

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361XBW

Black Shiner

Black Shiner

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361NBL

Natural Leopard Frog

Natural Leopard Frog

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361NF

Natural Perch

Natural Perch

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361LC

Black Shiner Glitter

Black Shiner Glitter

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361NBLG

Brown Crawdad

Brown Crawdad

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361BRS

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361BB

G-Finish Shad

G-Finish Shad

2-1/2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
X0361GBSD
Heddon's Torpedo propeller baits are legendary topwater lures that create a tremendous splashing disturbance that;s great for schooling fish feeding on or near the water's surface. Whichever size you're casting, this lure's versatile enough to be fished fast or slow, with a steady or sporadic retrieve. However, the key is to vary your retrieve until you've found just the right cadence to trigger strikes.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 183 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Real Deal I am a firm believer that the HEDDON TORPEDO will catch FISH. Who said, "If you build it, they will come,"? How about this? If you create it, They will come! I am talking about all species of FISH! If the lure is appealing, durable, inexpensive, performs and reliable, then you can believe that you will be set up for success. The HEDDON TORPEDO is ALL THAT! It will create the fish INTEREST, FOCUS and then that important STRIKE. What All fishermen SEEK. Case in point, I was fishing in the afternoon, at my favorite lake, in the state of Georgia. I tied my HEDDON TORPEDO onto my line and made my first cast. It landed on the top of open water. I waited for the ripples to reside for approximately 12 seconds and afterwards, twitch my lure once. I waited for 3 seconds and twitch my lure 3 times retrieving it continuously. I waited 3 seconds and on the third second, MOBY hit it. I landed a 15 pound Largemouth. I also caught approximately 10 to 15 largemouth ranging from 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and so on. Do you get the picture? They Came. You can use this method or create your own. I recommend the baby bass, bullfrog and leopard patterns in all sizes. The rod should be 7 ft. medium graphite made of good quality. The fishing line should be 12 pound test made of good quality. The reel gear ratio should be high as well. HAVE FUN! PEACE! May 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Another topwater standby Heddon torpedos are nearly as reliable for targeting and "blowing" up bass as some of the newer more expensive topwater baits. Mine is the 1/4oz G-shad (silver) color which looks much like a shad trying to escape when used with a persistant chugging twitch. The smaller sizes are a little light and perhaps best used on spinning gear, but a good med-med baitcaster crankbait rod will work it effectively as well. It's fun to fish and has bass appeal; not a bad combination for targeting bass crusing for their next meal. April 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by wise investment I have used the Torpedo hardbaits in the past, but they they were the tiny ultra light ones with some secess. I was pleased with the larger baits castability and action. I caught a couple bass the first time using it and have good luck even on tough days. I will be buying more. Great lures. October 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Topwater Lure I just started using the heddon teeny torpedo's in the 1/8 ounce size this summer. I have to say that this is a great topwater lure. The props on the torpedo make a nice buzzing sound when you twitch it that seems to just call the fish up to it. I usually just throw one out, let it sit on the surface and then give it 2 twitches followed by a pause. If you repeat this action (occassionally giving it 1 twitch instead of 2) you will catch fish. My 2 favorite colors so far are the Black Shiner and the Baby Bass. Here is a pic of a 5 pd carp I caught last weekend on a light action set up with 6 pd line using the 1/8 ounce Black Shiner color. September 19, 2013
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I have a Tiny Torpedo that rolls over in the water if I retrieve it at any speed other than the very slowest. Is this normal? What can be done to prevent it?
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not normal at all. this problem is usually caused by how the line is attached. use 8#
test or smaller line and tie directly to lure.
do not use snaps. also make sure the prop is straight and has a slight twist in it kinda like a boat motor prop. if it still rolls after you try this put a split ring on nose and tie line to that, hope this helps.
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check the spinner blade to make sure it will spin freely check for line twist this lure will twist your line like crazy
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bend your metal blades, on back
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I agree. The smaller ones spin when cast, also. I use a tiny swivel. and it helps, but does not solve the issue. I have gone to frog baits and do not have this problem.
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this is normal. you actually want it to roll over to look realistic, because then it shows the fish all the colors. The reason it's rolling over is because you retrieving on a straight retrieve. this "rolling" will not happen if you walk the dog or twitch it. i've experienced the same thing and it hasn't hurt the fishing at all! tight lines!
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How do fish this lure?

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I don't know really how to fish this lure because i've tried fishing it like the Devil Horse but it didnt really work. I don't want to write review yet because I don't believe I used this lure to its full potiential.
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Try casting the lure out, letting it sit on the surface for a few seconds then twitch the rod gently twice followed by another pause. If you do it right you can hear the prop on the lure (even from far away) make a nice smooth sound. The key is to have the lure move smoothly on the surface when you twitch the rod tip. After the pause just repeat with 1 or 2 twitches of the rod and pause again. This has worked great for me and I've had fish just explode on this lure when you pause it. Hope this helps
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you can just slow steady reel it or use small
jerks and pause. the jerk and pause works
most of the time. try both and let the fish tell you what they want. try different pause times until you find one that works.
use in warmer water for best results.
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it is just like a small devil horse so we fish it the same and catch fish
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twitch it like your walking the dog only a little slower have caught bass bluegill catfish and a turtle with these
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there's several different elements to fishing this. the first is the location of the cast. i have found that where this lands determines whether it will catch anything. i have a fairly heavy torpedo, and when it lands, it doesnt do well in mimicking an insect landing on the surface. so check the splash of the torpedo you have. i've found that the splash of my torpedo mimics a frog landing in the water, so i cast it to places that a frog is likely to jump out from. then, you might have a strike when it's still in the water. but usually you have to twitch it first. when retrieving this, make sure that it's always making splashes,or bubbles. pausing the lure in the retrieve works well in clear water, but if the water is muddy enough so that you cant see the fish, the fish probably cant see your lure, so keep it moving. becasue the torpedo is so short, it's not going to be fished like the devil horse, which is a long, walk-the-dog lure. i hope this helps.
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Cast it out and let it sit for a bit. Then jerk your rod tip a bit to pop the bait and spin the blades a bit, then let it sit some more and pop it a couple more times. Just repeat that process, and remember that a strike will usually be when the bait is resting on the surface and can be as vicious as an explosion or subtle as the plug going under.

You can also pop and jerk it aggressively or add in short retrieves to spin blades, but my best luck has been with the pop and long pause method.
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I think it works good in short little jerks, maybe 2,3,4 at a time and then pause for a second and keep on with that pattern.
it works great in the early morning but i have also caught these fish in the middle of the day as well.
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the best methods i have found are, 1 medium quick tugs with a brief pause in between each tug. 2 same as 1 but tug harder, you should be able to hear and see the baits spinner spudder. 3 strait on reel the bait in fast or slow me just reeling the bait in has landed me some nice fish. also remember this lure is top water, it is ment for shallower waters or where fish have cover. i use mine in water only a few feet deep(3-5), around lily pads and fallen trees. colors have alot t do with it too.
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I promise this lure is a fish catching machine, just don't get a extremely shiny color. They are a bit less productive it seems. But just throw it out around structure or in the middle of the body of water, jerk it like you would a POP-R and let the blade on the back spit water around. When you get it close to the boat, DO NOT just reel it in really quick and throw it back out. Reel it slowly like a buzzbait and some bass that are following it get extremely nervous and just eat it and scare the heck out of you, but its one more fish right. Good luck!!!
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You can fish this lure several different ways. I use 2 different. A steady retrieve and a twitch method.
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Is this any good for trout?

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What size and color?
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baby bass
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teeny tiny 1/8 oz. red and white
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I find the baby torpedo works well and I have done well with the brighter colors.Hope this helps any.
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I haven't caught any trout on torpedos here in Missouri, but I caught a few rainbow trout on a shad-pattern tiny torpedo while fishing rivers in Connecticut for small mouth bass. especially on the Housatonic River.
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The smallest size they have may work for trout.
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A teeny torpedo, maybe, but I've never heard of anyone using these for trout.
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probably this
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The Torpedo is the better lure... not sure why, but I've used both and always have great luck with the Heddon. I think maybe the rounded nose gives it more bounce on the surface.
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I mainly fish ponds, and for me the smaller baits work better. You may have adjust the blades as large catfish tend to wreck them quickly.
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I like the Rapala better but I like the Rebel Pop-R better than both of them
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My torpedo is almost too tight and doesnt spin like my smithwick or rapala
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loosen the treble hook on the back till it spins freely
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You can "tune" the bait up with a pair of pliers by adjusting the little eyelet screws that hold the prop on the bait. If it's off center you can straighten it, and if it's too lose or tight you can adjust it accordingly.
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yes there are some ways to get it to spin better and get more noise. first take the prop holding the blades with your thumbs and finger(pinching them, one blade in each hand)give the blades a slight twist so they are angled not straight. the eyelet that attaches the rear hook to the lure is threaded so you can looses it up
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Use needle-nose pliers to unscrew the rear hook screw a quarter turn or so. Check the prop for free-wheeling then commence fishing. The problem may also be caused by too-heavy mono-filament. I seldom use more than 6-lb. test.
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turn the rear hook ring one turn counter clockwise
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either put a little bit of oil that u might use on ur reel on it
or fish it in a different way. I twitch the bait with the tip of my rod just sening tiny riples out. 1 retrive on this lure may take me 4 mins because i find the most effect of way to fish this is to pretend it is almost dead. just twitch it lightly and let it sit and repeat.
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Bend the prop
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Sometimes the prop gets bent up a bit. If you bend it a little and play with it sometimes that fixes it. Also, I believe the back hook screws in so if you loosen it just a hair that should work.
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Easy. Couple of 45 degree turns to the left and adjust prop to desired spin rate.
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If it is the teeny torpedo, you might be out of luck, I have never gotten that one to spin very well at all. If not, your propeller is probably bent and repairing it may be hopeless. Fortunately these are killer baits, so you wouldn't be wasting your money buying a new one.
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Loosen the back screw slightly. If this doesn't work, loosen back eye and remove it, remove the blade and enlarge the hole in the blade with a slightly larger drill bit and reinstall.
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depends on the water clarity. muddy water needs a dark color, clear water needs fish colors.
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honestly the color depends on what type of fish you are going after and weather conditions.my favorite colors are bull frog, natural frog, natural perch, baby bass, brown crawdad, and g-finish shad. i have had great luck with them
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I like the shad color (NOT the g-shad), but Bass-Pro doesn't carry it. I kill Missouri Ozark smallies on tiny torpedoes in that pattern!
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Black Shore Minnow in dark or muddy water, Chrome or Natural Frog in clear water.
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Baby Bass is the best, by far
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I really like the G-Fleck/Rainbow, shame they stopped carrying that one here. But I suggest having several from dark to light and they are cheap enough that you can do that and not pay a small fortune.
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perch/ gfinish shad
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black shiner and bullfrog work excellent for me on both large and smallmouths. great topwater lure.
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I recommend the bull frog color #3 because it works well in the morning and night time.
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Any shad color, find something close to your baitfish in your waterway. Silver or Blue
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Since there are a lot of variables that come in to play (like the species of fish, water clarity, mood of the fish, etc.) the best thing you can do is experiment by using different color patterns and keep a log of your catches to see what works best for you in your neck of the woods.

You can also ask the fishermen who come in the boat landings and ask them what patterns work best for them.

It may also be possible that there is more than one color pattern that works on different occasions, and under different conditions.
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the rear eyelet that attaches the hook to the lure is threaded just give it a few twist. also taking the blade and giving them a slight twist. pinch the blades one each thumb and finger and give a twist
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Try using lighter line
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I had the same trouble fishing with this lure yesterday. I didn't know what to do but I tried bending them with some pliers and then they stared to spin and spit up the water. I recomend just bending the props and keep tying them out. Tight lines!
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You can bend the blades pretty easily, the thing Ive found works best is to just go get another and kind of eyeball it so that the one your trying to fix looks like the one straight out of the package. youll be able to tell real quick when you retrieve if you got it right.
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I usually spin it when its out of water and if not change the speed at which your reeling it in
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loosen the rear hook about 1/4 turn, straighten the blade slightly, and twist just a little to increase proppeller action. This will create more audible noise and better turning of prop.
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The hook hanger is screwed into the body of the bait...u may try loosening the rear hanger where the prop is located very slightly.
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i usually use a needle nose pliers and adjust the prop to like a plane propeller slightly bending till i get it to turn when i pull it in the water the more sensitive it is equal more fish.
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Hey Just bought two, the 1st a tini perch model that is spining fine - the 2nd a baby model frog not turning at all- But this one model has giving me the most promise when the prop is in tune - i am no expert but over tuning this lure has killed me - I found the best result is with one side 5 degrees forward and the other side 5 degrees counter or back - over tweeking at 10 +- degrees or both sides at same angle will just waiste your time - give it a try and hope that helps - but sometimes this lure just fails with its prop action but its great when working happy fishing
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take a pair of pliers and bend it so it spins when you blow on it keep angling it until it works
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I would make sure the prop is free of any debri like slime. You can remove the prop by unscrewing the rear eye screw that hold the rear treble. After cleaning reassemble. If it still doesn't spin, remove it again. Take 2 needle nose pliers and grasp each blade. Twist the prop slightly, increasing the pitch. Reassemble and try it out!
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I mainly fish for pickerel, but if you could still give me your input, that would be nice. (Pickerel will eat anything any other fish will eat).
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I use mainly for Bass fishing with overall good results.
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To be honest I have never fished for pickerel...but for bass and walleye, this lure works very well. I have even had large crappie and perch hit it... My favorite times to use it are in the hottest days of the summer...but...I use it early in the mornings and late in the evenings. I like to fish it around any type of structure or vegetation in lakes, along the edges of the bank in creeks, and anywhere in ponds.
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Bass love them especially when they are schooling and chasing shad.
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Smallmouth destroy this lure with a vengence and even some large bluegill red eyes....anddepending where you fish largemouth too and imsure youmayget a few pickeralif they are aggressive whereyou fish
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