Smithwick® Suspending Rattlin' Rogue®
- Loud, fish-attracting rattles
- Wounded minnow action
- Refined paint schemes
- Bright plated bodies
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smithwicker Love 'Em I have fished the Smithwick Rogue, ever since I saw a guy releasing a 10lb. Largemouth Bass at Lake of the Ozarks at Coffman Ramp. I asked him what he caught it on, he told me, a "Smithwick Rogue. I said "OK", (like I knew what he was talking about). I didn't, but I found out shortly after that. I have caught fish year round on this bait, I love it, especially when the 12" to 17" Crappie slam it while fishing for Bass. I've caught nice Walleye on it to. Beats paying for the extra price of a Pointer etc. May 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Buster7Cat9 You Gotta Have One! I am a walleye hunter...I use this crankbait exclusively at night during a new moon phase. I scout out weed bed flats and make sure these weed beds are holding perch and I just silently troll these "suspending" crankbaits and wait for the action to start. The hooks are "sticky sharp" and the plastic lip is pretty durable. I use the darker color patterns. A slashing then suspending troll pattern works best for me. Get two because when you loose that first one, you'll be happy to know that you have a back up! April 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigbillogna still and always rockin' ...like...the St.Clair river walleye L O V E the rogues the suspending rogues slow the action DOWN in the river so the walleye get to see it longer and then comes the love.... i have nine of them...they are loved by the fin... March 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by gubahead Almost suspends Had to add a little weight to make it suspend. the action is great. Have to wait till the water warms up a bit more to see if the bass eat it. March 6, 2013
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A:If you want to walk the dog, use Smithwick's Rogue floaters and not the suspending lures.
A:jsut take your line, and twist in the first hook,, reel slow,, it will swivel on top of water,,
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Details:I know, it says suspending in the title, but on the Jimmy Houston video, I learned something. If the eyes are yellow, they float. If the eyes are red, they suspend. The eyes on the color samples are yellow, which means this bait floats, but it says suspending. Which is it? I would really like to know. Thank you to whomever answers this question.
A:Some Yellow Eyed Lures Suspend, normally they Float, you just have to read the plastic lip on the lure, it will do just that.
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A:I have one and they suspend.
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