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MirrOlure MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait

   

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Purple Demon

Purple Demon

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR-PD
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1836842

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Chartreuse Back / Pearl

Chartreuse Back / Pearl

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MRCFPR
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552285

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Black Back Orange

Black Back Orange

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MR808
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552286

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Chartreuse Back Belly

Chartreuse Back Belly

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MRCH
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552287

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Silver

Silver

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MRS
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552288

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Red Head White

Red Head White

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MR11
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552289

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Green Back / White

Green Back / White

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MR18
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552290

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Black Back White

Black Back White

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MR21
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552291

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Bayou Green Back Pearl

Bayou Green Back Pearl

3-1/8"

9/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
27MR49
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1552292

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Chartreuse Back / Pearl

Chartreuse Back / Pearl

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MRCFPR
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330905

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Black Back Orange

Black Back Orange

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR808
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330906

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Chartreuse Back Belly

Chartreuse Back Belly

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MRCH
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330907

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Silver

Silver

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MRS
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330908

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Red Head White

Red Head White

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR11
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330909

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Green Back / White

Green Back / White

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR18
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330910

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Bayou Green Back Pearl

Bayou Green Back Pearl

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR49
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1330911

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Bayou Green Back Yellow Gold

Bayou Green Back Yellow Gold

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Max Diving Depth:
2'

Model:
17MR50
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1551979

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Turn on the bite...anytime!

Scaled sardines! Shad! The MirrOlure® MirrOdine® features a wide body profile and realistic baitfish pattern, which produces violent strikes. Use a twitching retrieve to make this shallow runner dart from side to side, mimicking a wounded baitfish.

  • Wide body profile
  • Realistic baitfish pattern
  • Produces violent strikes
MirrOlure MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait 5 5 28 28
Snook eat em up like candy 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 2000 jr, catch 2000, 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
Best snook lure I've used... Canal fishing in San Juan, PR, we caught 12 snook in the 10 lb. range in about 1 hour... Chartreuse and silver, blue and silver, and silver... excellent lure!!!! October 2, 2008
My favorite lure After trying out several other suspending baits I was skeptical whether this lure would work. But after playing around with retrieves, this lure flat out produces fish. I have caught redfish, snook, and trout on this lure. This lure drives snook crazy, you can sight fish them with this lure and they will still eat it, something that is rare in snook fishing. I now have plenty of MirrOdines in my tacklebox. July 8, 2007
well excellent I purchased this due to the fact that i am a fishing addict. I have never truely used a lure other than D.O.A. which I did not catch anything with. I was extreamly sceptical about buying it. I saw a guy limit out in about 30 minutes on speckled trout (he was using a mirror lure but a different type). At the time I was using live bait and getting slower bites than he was. (the guy gave me a couple of trout after he limited out). While in the store a week or two later the lure caught my eye. I bought it used approx. a week after I bought it and caught one of the biggest trout I ever caught in my entire exisistance about 15 minutes from the first cast. It made me a believer. I couldn't keep the trout because the season is closed where I'm at now. YES I RECOMMEND it. February 8, 2010
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I will be using these up on Cape Cod bay will it work?
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That depends where the stripers are in the water column. If they chasing baits on the surface almost anything will get their attention as long as it doesn't look too dissimilar from the baitfish. There is always a chance that a striper will chase a lure near the surface if they are well below the waves, but obviously not always.

I do not like this lure in rough waters. It is difficult to twitch it properly and keep it sub-surface where it has the best action.

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Hi, thank you for your question. The MirrOlure® MirrOdine® Suspending Twitchbait with a twitching retrieve, these baits dart from side-to-side, mimicking a wounded baitfish. Trout, Redfish, Snook, Striped Bass and Tarpon find the MirrOdines® to be irresistible.
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I generally twitch my rod sideways but what matters is you are pulling the line 6-8" and then letting it fall back. I generally twitch 2-3 times, wait 5-10 seconds, and then retrieve just a little, then repeat.
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I keep my rod very low to the surface to keep it from leaving the water during a quick erratic retrieve.

Some days the fish will want a pretty constant twitch retrieve and other days, especially when it is cold, they will want a slower twitch, twitch, pause retrieve.

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While the lure will still move as a crankbait the wobble is not very good. The best way to retrieve is either a stop and go retrieve with quick short jerks or a very rapid retrieve jerking it really quick. Tight lines.
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Not really.... You "can" catch fish by just "Chucking and winding" a mirrolure but a twitchbait is designed for a presentation that requires movement of the rod tip rather than the reel. Subtle jerks of the rod tip will bring this lure alive, especially if there is a little slack in the line. Experiment with the rhythm and pace of your twitches until the fish tell you what they prefer. Good Luck.

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This lure is really designed for a twitch style retrieve (much like "walking-the-dog") to simulate a dying or crippled baitfish. Try casting this lure into a school of bait when you see fish feeding on the school and slowly twitch it to simulate an easy meal. Or, if fishing inland waters, throw near downed cover and work with a twitched motion to draw out strikes from fish holding tight to cover.
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if they cant be used in fresh water whats a similar bait that can?
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Yes! I've caught a few largemouth and peacocks with it. There are other lures though but this is pretty good.
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I assume so but the hooks are quite small and I prefer a larger set of trebles for my bass fishing.
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Fishing inland and off of the beach ( Al. and Fla.)
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According to your location you are probably on the gulf coast. The green or light blue back will probably be best to imitate the local whitebait but another color I like is red head for snook.
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DEPENDS ON WATER COLOR AND AND WHAT TYPE OF FISH IF YOUR AFTER REDS THEY SEEM TO ALAWYS LIKE THE CHARTREUSE OR SHAD COLORS THE WHITE IS GOOD TO
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Bayou green back with pearl sides. I have caught a variety of salt water fish, such as trout, snook, and redfish with this combination of colors. I fish mainly inland flats.
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the 27 has #4 hooks
the 17 has #6
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Not sure on the size of hooks but this is on my tarpon casting rod every trip and has produced many many times.
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