Offshore Angler™ Dolphin Candy®

   

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Purple Black

Purple Black

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09031
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 707973

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Dolphin

Dolphin

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09044
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 707974

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Red Black

Red Black

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09062
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 707975

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Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09092
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 707977

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Squirrel Fish

Squirrel Fish

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09093
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 707979

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Purple Black

Purple Black

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09131
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 707981

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Dolphin

Dolphin

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09144
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 707982

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Red Black

Red Black

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09162
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 707983

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Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09192
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 707984

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Squirrel Fish

Squirrel Fish

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09193
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 707985

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  • 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

Start a feeding binge next time you're out trolling...Our 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.

Offshore Angler™ Dolphin Candy® 4.9 5 15 15
Excellent lure Was a little skeptical but for four bucks id give it a try. first time within 5 min line was screamin off the reel unfortunately a hit an miss. However i put it right back in the spread an right off the get go hooked up an landed aroun a 80-100 lb sail. also caught bonito and black fin tuna the same day. October 24, 2009
Awesome! Bought 2 of these to use on my recent trip to Mexico, after the bite died, we trolled so I tossed 1 out. It was the Green and yellow one (02), Dorado colors. Not even 10 minutes in and a hookup, a nice sized dorado, it was a female and wasn't at the "Bull" level so we let it go. This was a great purchase, I bought the smallest sized ones. The other one I bought if your wondering was the "Blue Mackerel", Tons of needle fish were attacking it so it must look good underwater! September 9, 2009
awesome Works great for everything, the lure was only 30 minutes in the water and like a 40 pound+ tuna or wahoo (not sure) it was so big i couldnt even reel and it was a very big setup meant for bottom grouper 600+ feet deep and it was so hard because we had to do it by hand and eventually the line broke :( June 29, 2008
best lure ever This lure is perfect for mahi's in the gulfstream! December 10, 2006
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these should skitter on the surface
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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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The green one works well with me for mahi mahi...i attach a whole squid onto the hook.
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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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