Offshore Angler™ Dolphin Candy®

   

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Purple Black

Purple Black

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09031

Dolphin

Dolphin

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09044

Red Black

Red Black

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09062

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09092

Squirrel Fish

Squirrel Fish

5-1/2"

1 oz.

1

Model:
09093

Purple Black

Purple Black

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09131

Dolphin

Dolphin

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09144

Red Black

Red Black

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09162

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09192

Squirrel Fish

Squirrel Fish

6-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
09193

Purple Black

Purple Black

6-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
09231

Dolphin

Dolphin

6-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
09244

Red Black

Red Black

6-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
09262

Blue Mackerel

Blue Mackerel

6-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
09292

Squirrel Fish

Squirrel Fish

6-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
09293
  • 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.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by best lure ever This lure is perfect for mahi's in the gulfstream! December 10, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by dolphin wahoo tuna this lure was awesome i went fishing on my 55 ft haterus out of hillsboro inlet i got 48 pound dolphin and a 34 pound tuna and a 41 pound wahoo thats a great grand slam you should use the dolphin candy it awesome i ordered 15 of them i use them every time i go fishing.and the dolphin candy is tangle free August 6, 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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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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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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