Strike King Mini-King Spinnerbaits

   

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Blue Pearl Pink Chartreuse

Blue Pearl Pink Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

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Model:
MK-670
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  • SKU: 1941294

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Red Yellow Pink Green

Red Yellow Pink Green

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
MK-671
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 1941295

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Black Chartreuse White Red

Black Chartreuse White Red

1/8 oz.

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Model:
MK-673
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 1941296

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Pink Red Black White Chart

Pink Red Black White Chart

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
MK-679
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 1941297

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-70
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 235821

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Chartreuse Blue Silver

Chartreuse Blue Silver

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-71
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  • SKU: 235824

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Clear Silver Red

Clear Silver Red

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-74
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  • SKU: 235827

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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-104G
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 573321

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Firetiger

Firetiger

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-105G
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 573324

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Black

Black

1/8 oz.

Model:
MK-10G
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 573326

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This 1/8 oz. Strike King® Mini-King® Spinnerbait is ideal for crappie, smallies and white bass. Available in a wide variety of colors, each Mini-King Spinnerbait is outfitted with a 2.1 size Tennessee diamond blade for maximum flash and vibration. Mini-King Spinnerbaits also feature durable diamond dust heads and seductive silicone skirts. Silver blades.

  • Ideal for crappie, smallies, and white bass
  • Outfitted with a 2.1 size Tennessee diamond blade
  • Durable diamond dust heads
  • Seductive silicone skirts
  • Silver blades
Strike King Mini-King Spinnerbaits 4.8 5 57 57
Strike King Mini Kings Far and away my favourite spinnerbait. They never seem to let me down. I have found that Strike Kings hold up better to extended use compared to some competitors. Wish they would bring back the school bus yellow and black though, that colour was just awesome. March 14, 2014
Crappie like them I bought these in a few different colors for crappie fishing. They work well, silver seems to work the best in my area. January 20, 2013
very good bait This was one of the first spinner baits I ever bought and it made me realize how versitile they are. First day I used it I caught bass from 2 to 4 pounds and monster crappie with the best wieghing 2.04. You can cover a lot of water and the bait is very appealing, its a must have. January 3, 2013
full attack i have caught several large mouth on this lure although the skirt comes off once in a while nothing superglue cant fix. Great lure September 9, 2012
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You have to click on products to get to the color and size your looking for
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Thank you for noticing this. Please use the spread sheet listed online for the correct colors.
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I have never used a spinnerbait in my life, what do I need to know?
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Cast it out and reel it back. Trying different speeds and depths. When you start getting bites you will be doing what the fish want. Flick the rod a lil bit too it might help
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Its hard to fish it wrong, you can just real it in and catch fish. I like to find what depth the fish are at and when i real it in i real about five feet and let it die. then give it 2 sharp jerks and continue doing the same thing all the way back to the boat or bank
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TRY THEM, EASY AS 1 TWO 3..JUST HIT THE WATER, THEY DO MOST OF OF THE WORK...Try white and blue /black you'll be just fine.
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If there is some clarity to the water start off with 1/4 ounce double willow leaf or Strike King mini series (single blade). These are the most basic and productive spinnerbaits around to start with.
Remember spinnerbaits are the most versatile bait in the tackle box so vary your retrive and tinker with color and blade options. Be patient and keep casting quite often bass will not hit it until the thrid of fourth cast.
For starters do not invest in the expensive spinnerbaits. Start off with the 2 or 3 dollar varitey they are basic and can be just as effective.
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how fast do i use it and where do i use it. i have only caught two bass in my life but i love to fish.plz help
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You have to find the speed depth and presentation that the fish are and will hit. Always try different stuff. Fish aren't that smart.
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Depending on the water clarity and the aggressiveness of the fish will determind how fast or slow to fish. Under overcast days in pretty clear water i fish it at the surface and fast so they cant get a good look at it. Slow down in merkier water. You can fish it anywhere, but around sunken wood is good and down a weedline is the best, just hold on to that rod when they hit because they crush it.
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There are many different style retrieves for a spinnerbait. You can "burn" a spinnerbait across open water to try and induce reraction strikes, slow roll the bait (slowly retreive just off bottom) to mimic a bottom feeding or struggling bait fish, or even jig.

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Slow and low baby, just let those blades work, and dont forget to always use your spinners like a jig
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Throw it around any type of structure or in and around grass. Reel it in just fast enough to keep it off the bottom bumping and twitching it over logs and sticks.
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just reel normal speed and pop the tip of your rod every once in a while.
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kinda clear
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I always liked white and chartreuse with a silver spinner. But always try something different never know what them picky fish are thinking.
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Depending on whats in the pond should tell you what to use. Bluegill patterns always seem to do well but in my mind you can never go wrong with white, and maybe a white with chartruse.
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When fishing any body of water the main key is to match your bait to the forage of the species that you are targeting (often called "matching-the-hatch"). For bass and other predatory species in farm ponds this is usally some sort of bluegill or small panfish. Match the color of the spinnerbait that you are throwing as closely as possible to the prey (in the instance of the bluegill, try chartruse or fire tiger to mimic the color).
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Clear pond, chaurtreuse anything and whites, yellow, junebug works great
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We used the color white (72) back in mid April 2009 and caught plenty of bass out of a pond that was stocked with a large variety of fish.
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