Lindy River Rocker
When others won't work
Just got back from a 1 wk trip at Crow Duck Lake Camp, northeast of Winnepeg. Wow, the perch color in the 1/2 oz size helped us get our numbers. Trolling with this lure, producing a great wiggle and controlling the depth via the amount of line between you and the lure helped us on our last day. Going into our day on the lake prior to leaving early the next day, we were shy on our pike numbers. We both tied on this lure, and our quota was met. Why didn't we use this lure early on, as I only used it the last day and very thankful.
September 7, 2014
I bought a size 3 orangeade not knowing if I would ever try it or not. On a day when we could see dozens of steelhead breaking the surface but we were not getting hits on shrimp I decided to give it a try... I hooked up twice in the first 10 casts! Great size, color, movement, and it doesn't snag easily! It still seemed to have a good presentation bringing it in across fast water.
July 30, 2013
Better than a flat fish
This lure has a very similar action to a flat fish but dives much easier. Love the different colors available and how easy it is to fish it. Depth isn't really a problem either and doesn't get hung easily. I have fished many different structures and haven't hung it up yet. So in my book its a top of the line lure.
April 30, 2013
I bought these lures because they are identical to the old Heddon Tad Polly lures. They have a great wiggle for fishing muskies. I expect to use them on Leech Lake this summer and to catch at least one muskie !!
April 18, 2013