Strike King® Redfish Magic Glass Minnow
- Revelutionary tear resistant Elaztech® material
- Super-soft, flexible and incredibly durable
- Lifelike details and high-action tails
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishingJP Catches Reds I use these to replace the bodies on my Red fish magic spinner baits they work very well. I have learned to stay away from the ones with a colored tail be cause the come off to easy but it is my go to replacement body. I also use a little super glue between the jig head and the body. November 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Carolinafisherman Stay away from chartreuse tail Chartreuse tail, which is added on to the molded body fell off in packaging on two baits. One pin fish bite and the tail is gone. Other solid molded bodies more durable, but would recommend Zman elaztech baits same profile more durable. September 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Buttsy Great for Walleye I purchased the StrikeKing Redfish Magic and like to use them on a 3/8 oz Black Jig head for Walleye while fishing in Canada. They are a little hard to get onto the jig, but a trick that I found helpful is to use an awl to make a hole in the plastic bait. I then just put them on like a normal twister tail. They seem to outfish the curly tails and I catch more fish than the other guys around me when the bite slows down. I will also use some glue to keep them from falling down after numerous fish. July 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Okieoneshot Killer Just got back from a guided trip in Texas, used SK Redfish Magic baits with 1/2 oz. lead heads and tore the big Hybrids & White bass up. Caught approx. 100 fish up to 10 lbs. & used only 2 Glass Minnows. These things are really made of tough stuff. Came home & bought 50. As tough as they are these things should last a long time, if I can keep 'em out of the rocks! You have got to super glue them to the heads as they have a tendancy to work off the barbs if you don't. 100 fish, 2 baits, 2 drops of super glue....not bad huh! June 7, 2012
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A:I use a jig head most of the time....but have had success either way....
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A:I'm using an 1/8oz jig head (red) with this, and that rig works great.
No 63 is where it's at
A:These things are tough> Go with a jig head
A:Yes ! If you match the colors with what their normal prey looks like it should catch snook for you. also make sure that you match the right color with the water clarity. If you do these two things you should catch fish.
A:yes, according to my brother in Fort Myers, FL. He says he has caught many different species of fish with these lures
Details:If this Bait is togeather in A Dry bait Box Why do they Stick Togeather and Mutate or Disform to were you Can't Use them ? Glass Minnow Soft Baits were two Colars come togeather ,the Diffrent Colar they Come Apart !!!!
A:you cannot put these baits where they can touch other plastic lures..they will melt....but they do fine if touching each other....
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A:They don't melt or stick together so long as you only keep them with 3X Soft Plastics.
I don't get the 2 tone colors that have a weak joint at the tail.
But the solid colors are the BEST and you can't beat the softness of the tail action and the durability of these baits. Even VS toothy critters.
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A:The best solution I've found in avoiding this problem is to keep them stored in their original bag. Take the time to remove the hook/jig and place it back into the original bag. Don't store any metal or "regular" plastics in with them. Remove the air in the bag, roll it and place it in your box if you wish. Or you can remove the dividers from a Bass Pro Shops XPS Spinnerbait Box (or similar box) and store multiple bags in it.
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