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Offshore Angler Dolphin Candy

   

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Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

5-1/2"

1 oz.

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Model:
09092
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Start a feeding binge next time you're out trolling...Offshore Angler™ Dolphin Candy® is totally irresistable to dolphin, tuna, wahoo and yellowtail—so it's absolute murder on these and other hard-charging game fish! Can be trolled at any speed; use it right out of the package, with a bait strip, or with a rigged ballyhoo. Quality rigging includes a Mustad® 3407 stainless steel hook, plus a heavy nylon-coated wire leader with extra-strong crimps and swivel.

  • Irrisistable to dolphin, tuna, wahoo and yellowtail
  • Troll at any speed
  • Great by itself, with a bait strip or rigged ballyhoo
  • HEavy nylon-coated wire leader
Offshore Angler™ Dolphin Candy® 4.9 5 13 13
old faithful this lure has never failed to catch mahi, tuna, and kings when trolled at 6 to 8 kt. the green seems to work under all conditions. i like it cause it stays in the water even thru bad waves. it costs much less than others in its class November 25, 2011
Verry Good Tried a wide range of lours in my spread and this seems to work the best.Hooked one right off the bat .After putting it back in the mixed of all the other things it was hit again .All I can say is it works great and for the price you can't go wrong. September 4, 2011
perfect for mahi and tuna as i was trolling at the some of the canyons of the jersey coast i put two of them in my spread then five minutes after i had a double take down of tuna yellow fin tuna they also work very well for bull mahi mahi i caught them on the green and the purple colored dolphin candy! June 20, 2011
Great Gift This was a Christmas present for my boyfriend. I chose this lure based on other reviews from your website so I believe he will enjoy this product. January 6, 2011
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They'll run at the surface at 8-10 knots. You'll need to run a troll bar, planer board, or downrigger to get them down.
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I prefer 5-7 knots.
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No slower than 8 and preferably about 10 knots
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Yes, you can troll these with planers. Best colors are pink or chartreuse.
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green has never failed me and contrasts with blue water and white foam wakes. no reason it wouldnt work on a planer
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I will be sailing/trolling BVI to Chesapeake in May.
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I have tried the 01 and the 04. The 01 (purple/black) has hooked up more fish than the 04 (blue)
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Dorado colors, (02) also called "Dolphin"
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Which colors have you tried and had success with? Thanks in advance.
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I've used the blue, which I like the best. I thought the pink would have worked well, and it did for a time, landing its first fish (a blackfin tuna) within a few minutes. However when I pulled it out of the water, the pink feathers leaked some dye out onto the boat deck which was hard to get off. I'd just go with the blue.
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Dorado colors, (02) also called "Dolphin"

Hooked up with a nice dorado in under 10 minutes of throwing it out there for trolling
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