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.
I went fishing into mosquito lagoon and they werent biting what i previously had so i switched to this lure and in the first 10 minutes i already got a trout! I caught about 7 trouts and a ladyfish. Use with a twitching motion when you're reeling in.
June 2, 2012
Best Buy I've Ever Made
I bought this lure thinking it would be a great buy because all the other twitchbaits I've bought from Bass Pro has worked very well and lure 21 still hasn't failed me till this day. The fish hit really hard and are very attracted to the great twitch of this lure. I have used this lure for barred sand bass, spotted sand bass, white sea bass, and even tuna hit the lure. This lure is amazing I would recommend this lure to anyone.
May 27, 2011
I Fish out of the sebastian inlet in florida. Ive used this sweet lure to catch many Redfish, Snook, Ladyfish, and Trout. Ive cought Many And Would Recommend this lure to anyone.
May 16, 2011
I fish mostly out of St.Marks on Applachee Bay. My son actually turned me on to this lure one day after they first came out when he wiped my eye on Reds and Trout with it. He thought it was immensly funny that only he had one.
Since that day I've kept at least one of every color in my tackle box. Being a good dad I have actually loaned him a couple after he lost his to angry redfish.
Great lures !
March 23, 2011
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.
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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