Rebel® Tracdown® Minnow™
Providing unequaled wiggling action and productivity, the Rebel Tracdown® sinking minnow sinks at a rate of one foot per second. This allows the angler to count their lure down and retrieve it at the exact depth of located suspended fish. Trout, smallies and other gamefish are all likely to put the smack down on the Tracdown!
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by mark12668 not worth the price will not track or swim straight or true.goes to one side or the other.tried tuning,but no improvement.very disappointed. April 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bobst great product I used this for the first time in a small local tournament last Friday. The Largemouth ate it up. At one point I had 5 fish on 5 straight casts. It was a cold windy day, but this bait worked like a champ. March 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by NKraut Tracdown Minnow Great lure, love the variety of color options. Great action - fished it with success slowly with hard jerks and pauses for native trout and smallmouth bass. January 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hookum01 tracdown One of the best trout lures i have used. Will attract any species of trout. October 6, 2012
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A:The bait doesn't suspend, however, you can count the lure down to the depth of where the fish are suspending. Every second is equal to one foot due to the weighting of the lure, so you can tell exactly how deep the lure is. You can then retreive it at a steady rate to keep the lure from falling or rising. To test out how fast for your reel, simply do a test retrieve along the side of your boat until you find that speed.
Details:i've heard that this is a great lure but the reviews don't say how they fish it. someone should know how to fish this thing.
A:You can let it sink to the depth you want and retrieve it back to you. Use the jerk style action or the stop and go. This lure should be deadly on trout and white bass.
A:I fish this lure just like any other Crankbait. Its Really simple. Real constantly at a pretty fast speed for a few seconds kes for the lure to perform well (can see how it performs when it gets close to you in the water). Then quickly slow down for about a second and speed right back up like before. I have had great sucess with this lure.
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