MirrOlure® Classic Family Lures

   

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The original finish, natural action, and flash, known for more than 50 years. These twitch baits are carefully constructed, hand-painted, and tank tested. Shallow, medium, and deep runners. Snook, striper, trout, redfish, tarpon, and blues - they can't resist MirrOlure.
Model TTM - 3-5/8"; 1/2 oz; dives 1'-4'
Model 52MR - 3-5/8";1/2 oz; dives 3'-5'
Model 7M - 3-5/8"; 3/8 oz; dives 0'-6'
Model 77M - 4-1/4"; 1-1/4 oz; dives 5'-10'
Model 65M - 3-1/4"; 1 oz; dives 10'-20'
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nothing Better Trout Love Them. You have to tie a loop knot or it will not work. Snaps, swivels, and rings will throw the lure off balance. I use the on charters when Trout are slow to bite or are hitting soft. Under size fish will almost take the rod out of your hand. To work it I just simply reel it in. 52mr11 is the classic choice and always works. Cast ability is unbelievable. My reel holds a 100 yds of 10lb test (stradic 2000) and I can see the spool when I cast. June 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by MirrOlure® Classic Family Lures until now I dont prove, but this lure is perfect for trap tarpons and snooks January 29, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by good twich bait There is a lot of good thing about this lure. First off all you can cast it extremely far. The colors are great and are visible from a distance as well. When using this lure you have to jerk and twitch the bait like crazy or else it just swim perfectly strait and still in a strait line. Thats one reason why this is a summer and spring lure because fish in colder water will be less willing to go after a crazy twitching bait. January 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 7M has been around The 7M is an old pattern that has long been replaced in many tackle boxes by newer fancier lures. But many anglers will find that when they can't get a hit on the new stuff this one deserves a chance to get wet. The trick is a slow slow retreve that was the way it was designed. Worked like that game fish will sometimes go nuts over it. The mistake often made is to power fish it. This bait was made to fish very slow and worked in that fashion will get the hits lost to quicker presentations. July 15, 2009
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what is the best color for wahoo bluefish striped bass
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I fish for blues and stripers out of new york harbour...my personal favorite colors are blue back silversides,bone and chartreuse,and pearl. Those colors will work anywhere
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they are size 2 treble hooks
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Depends on the lure itself. A size 2 or 4 round bend treble is a place to start. A suggestion would be the VMC conecut in the X or XX. Large heavier hooks will sometimes ruin the action. You can however use a heavier hook just leave one set out for example of a triple treble rigged lure.
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