Strike King® Rattlin' Midnight Special® Spinnerbaits
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The Midnight Special® covers all the low-light bases. Short arm design increases vibration and puts the flashing blade right over the hook so fish strike at the right place. Built-in rattle and Spin-Eze ball bearing swivels are ideally suited for flippin' and pitchin'. These 7/16-oz. sizes come in 2 single-blade styles to match your fishing situations. Diamond blade baits are equipped with Eagle Claw® Lazer Sharp® hooks; Black Nickel blade bait features chemically sharpened Mustad® hooks. Blade size: 6
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5 out of 5 by Downtofish WoW! Excellent - My new Go To
I have spent at least $300 this season on lures from Chatterbaits, Senkos, KVD Spinnerbaits, A Rigs, Jigs, etc. and been fishing a very busy lake in WI where the water is stained and weedy.
I thought I was going to get a skunk and decided to throw this on since it was about 9:30PM - I couldn't keep the lure in the water - fish after fish. Got a nice 5lb LMB. Caught about 6 fish until a Pike decided to take it. I have never seen the fish so active. Maybe it was a fluke, but I have been out 4 times a week on the same lake over and over. Going to order more and put it to the test during the day.
July 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by noooone Good lure with bad hook
This is a great lure for use in low or no light, tinted or muddy water. That's the good news! However, you must re-sharpen the hook after several cast and it does'nt take long until you have no hook left to re-sharpen. During the night, I have caught many Large mouth bass on this lure. To me, its worth the hassel and cost of re-sharpening the hook.
July 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by RangerBob Solid bait
Good components. Ran true. Looked good in the water. Used on one night so duribility to be determined.
August 16, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by CDUDE Oh the Good and the Bad
Ok I really like Strike King's spinners but this one has upset me just a little bit and it's not that the fish didn't bite it. The first one I bought the blade flew off and thought it was just a fluke but I got another one and after a couple catches the hook really dulled quickly. Maybe it's just my luck I don't know. But the bass love this lure I actually had 2 in the same trip literally jump out of the water to catch it in mid cast right before it hit the surface. But like I said the hook dulls easily and you have to sharpen it. Happy fishing!
August 14, 2011
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