Rebel Jumpin' Minnow T-10
...like...yet another fishbait from Rebel that is on the list of ...how to catch...
i change most of the tines on my baits..i put "stubbs" on the front and i armed the tail of my jumpin' minnows...(two of them)...with dressed trebels...and yes...these do a bit of tangeling...butt...come on...!?
...line...rod..reel...bait..you flinging it...things tangle sometimes...not worth bawling over...
as far as not floating...i have had no issues with that all three of mine float great...
...easy to use...if YOU understand how to impart "action" to fishbaits...though i have caught with these doing the "death flail" as i call it...no side to side...just bounce the nose up SLIGHTLY...and then its love...
i would score these again...if i were to break~off...or lose one to a "gator"...
April 14, 2013
geat lure for bass
iv caught many huge smallmouth ( including a six pounder) on this bait and have also coaught my fair share of large mouth. Its a great lure and if u already know how to walk the dog u should catch fish immeditly!!
January 10, 2012
Great topwater for inshore saltwater fish!
This may be a freshwater plug but it actually excels on saltwater fish. Excellent when used in flat water bays and tidal creeks for striped bass and bluefish. The walk the dog action is different from a spook because it darts from side to side rather than rolls. This gives it a "get me the heck out of here" action that schooling gamefish love. The bronze hooks need to be replaced with strong, saltwater trebles. Casts well and takes fish much larger than expected. Both colors are great.
April 12, 2011
Used this bait a couple times, and its been kinda weird. Doesn't walk the dog as well as a spook, maybe its just mine, but half the time it just darts under water. This has been effective in catching a few fish however. The line also does hang on the hook quite often. Would personally just buy a zara puppy or spook over this lure.
December 28, 2010