MirrOlure Catch 2000 Jr.
out performs live bait myakka river/charlotte harb
I have got to tell you that right now i don't think that you can beat A mirro lure for cathing snook on the Myakka River and in Charlotte Harbor. I have been fishing the area for several months now, fishing days and nights 3 or more times per week. I use the catch 5, catch jr, catch, mr17 & mr19 in a variety of colors. They all consistantly out perform even live bait for snook. I have caught other species as well, but the snook eat these up like candy. When all esle fails cast a mirro lure. I have become a huge fan, and these lures dominate my tackle boxes. They also work great in the surf, off the beaches.
In the photo, not a trophy but proof positive. right from my dock, I can catch them all night long with a mirrolure.
March 8, 2008
Another Mirrolure that mst be in my box at all times. Very effective when fishing the shallow flats of Charlotte Harbor for reds, trout or snook. As with most Mirrolures work it slow and twitch.
February 2, 2009
Best Top Water That I've Used
Bought my lure on discount today and later went night fishing with my boys. First cast, I caught a nice snook; turned him loose and casted out again, only to catch two snook back to back. NICE...........
July 1, 2007
Catch 2000 & Catch 2000 Jr.
I probably shouldn't be telling you guys this, but these things slay Snook. Okay, I'm not going to tell you what color.................. can't give away all my secrets. I call this the "Do nothin" lure. To me it looks like a stick, I mean it just doesn't have that much action. But who am I to argue with Mr. Snook? Here's a tip: try working it slow, real slow. I've had lots of hits while the thing is just laying there, "Doin' nothin". Try it. You'll like it.
December 10, 2007