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This top-of-the-line Strike King® Premier Plus Spinnerbait features Perfect Skirt with Magic Tails which bloom wide. Even the tails serve as a trailer, and together they give this tandem blade spinnerbait more action. The skirt perfectly matches the color scheme of the hand-sculpted baitfish style head to create a more appealing and natural look to the fish. Pre-rigged with a Sabre Point® trailer hook.
Strike King® Premier Plus Spinnerbaits - Tandem
The lure is great. I just wish I could find it close to my home. Then I could save money
August 29, 2012
Very good spinnerbait
I have caught more fish on this bait than anything else in my arsenal. I would recomend it to any bass fisherman.
June 29, 2012
Obviously I bought this lure to catch bass, which it does. This week I was fishing in the local reservoir for Saugeye in my kayak. I baited the trailer hook on my white/blue Strike King with a night crawler and trolled in deep water. I caught a 27" channel cat on it. Pleasant surprise!
July 12, 2011
hot on the potomac
we went to the potomac this past week and we KILLED them with this in the chartreuse sexy shad with the gold blade. this is all i threw the whole day on 40 lb braid. caught several 3 pound plus class fish and even a 4 and a half pounder. the trailer hook caught at least four of the fish. this is also extremely durable, the wire never got bent. long story short, you need this bait in your boat or tackle box.
May 6, 2011
Which style of spinner bait is better to use? I have noticed that in addition to this type of V-safety pin style, there is also the straight "In-Line" style. Is one of these spinnet baits a better fish catcher than the other?
the in-line spinners are more old fashioned and there are many anglers with one of them in their panic box. my preference is for the v safety pin style but you should go to your fishery and test both styles and see which catches more
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