Rebel® Value Series Minnows™
Classic Rebel® color patterns and that proven rolling action make these economically priced, smooth-skinned baits the best deal in freshwater. They lack only the intricate scale texture that distinguishes the top-line Rebel Minnows...for the value-conscious angler, it's a no-brainer. Stock up on ''America's Favorite Fishing Lures'' today!
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tytlyns Amazingly Effective This is a great alternative to the Rapala Original Floater when you need a little bit heavier, shallower running, floating minnow. First day out, I caught 17 post spawn largemouth bass on the 2.5 inch version, including several fish in the 3 pound range and one 4 pounder, fishing in very shallow water where they were feeding on bass fry in the backs of coves. I changed out the rear hook with a VMC Sure Set size 8 treble, and the front hook with a regular VMC size 8 treble. April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigbillogna ...hot minnows...get the love from the fin... ...like...i had scored every flavor of this minnow...in every size...i have caught the smallmouth...the rock bass...the little "stripes"...and the walleye do love the 4.5" minnows so much...!!...the perch and firetiger along with the baby bass flavor get the most attention from the fin... ...i will be scoring spares of these manufique' minnages...so much style....~digg~.. ...St.Clair river baby...!!!...rock~out...!!!... April 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Weist7573 good, but could be better For the price, you cant beat it. I've compared it to the rapala floater and it basically does the same thing. The lure movement isnt as good, atleast on the one i have compared to the rapala and the paint flakes a little bit more on this lure then others but for less then half the price of a rapala, i would totally recommend this. March 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by nitechugger good lure did good on this lure last fall on walleye would recommend this lure hi ly February 18, 2013
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A:They run around 1 to 2 feet down, depending on the rod angle, though work most effectively when paused periodically and begin to rise.
A:3-5 ft on crank. they float back to the surface quickly.
A:2-5 feet depending on line diameter
A:A little more than two feet, because they hit bottom if depth goes below three feet.
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A:they have a strange woundd action making them vary from surface to around a 1 1/2
A:About 3-4' for the smaller ones; maybe up to 5' for the larger ones.
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