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Clearance Northland Fishing Tackle Mimic Minnow® Shad

   

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Bluegill

1-1/2"

1/32 oz.

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MM1-6-27
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Mimic Minnow Shad features a holographic flash foil Baitfish-Image™ shad body that shimmers like fish scales to lure fish in from distance. The soft and chewy Mimic Minnow Shad features a hyperactive paddle tail wiggles, shakes and swims at any speed just like a live baitfish, and its unique stand-up jighead helps create even more enticing minnow-mimicking action. Rigged on a jighead with Mustad® Ultra-Point™ hook.

NOTE: Length information in chart refers to the soft plastic body only.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 41 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Well worth the money I have been using these for about two weeks now with a lot of success. Large and small mouth hit these hard. I've been using the orange shad and the baby bass. Have used both casting and trolling close to shore. Currently the favorite option in my tackle box. Only downside is tail gets bit off pretty easily, but inexpensive enough to keep a bunch on hand. June 20, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by northland mimic minnow NOT The plastic tails on the lures I received ( by mail from Bass Pro) were to thick to "mimic" a minnow. There is no action to the tail as needed. I had to remove the plastic and install my own tails that work. Waist of money!! June 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by this thing is awesome!!!!!!!!! i love this bait!!!! I was fishing with this bait for about 1 minute and on one of the casts all of the sudden my line starts to zip out of the reel like crazy! it took me a very long tme to reel this fish in. It turns out that the fish was a smallmouth bass that was just on the brink of 7 pounds!! The only thing i don't like is that the body tears easily, but there cheap so you could go and buy a replacement. June 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Versatility is it's Strength Jig it, jerk it, or just reel it in. Northland claims that if a fish eats a minnow it will eat a mimic minnow. That statement isn't entirely true because I have gone days without catching a single fish with the Mimic Minnow. It is not a go to lure, but it is easy to use and will catch fish. And it's cheap, what's not to like about that? September 19, 2011
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I don't fish many large lakes so i was wondering how well they work in small ponds.
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I've caught countless bass and crappie with this lures in small ponds and rivers
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Hello, I use this mimmic minnow on black crappie in the lakes in Mn. Both large and small lakes
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They are good for bass, but I would use somethiing else for Crappie. Although I find a spinner bait and worms better for bass on small ponds. The mimic is more prone to snag on limbs and brush.
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They work great for ponds! I love to jig them along the beds for spawning bass. I recommend that you don't use a huge lure because odds are that the forage in the pond aren't very big.
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They work great for Crappie and Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass in the lake I go to! Which at the deepest, 25 feet deep, 300 feet long, and 1,000 feet long
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