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The Strike King® Redfish Magic Saltwater Spinner is outfitted with large 3D eyes, an oversized saltwater black nickel needlepoint hook, gold plated swivel and split rings, heavy gauge gold plated stainless steel ''R'' bend wire and 24k gold #4 Colorado blade provides loads of fish-attracting vibration. The Redfish Magic is matched with a Glass Minnow soft bait made from a revolutionary, tear-resistant material that is soft, flexible, durable and provides unequaled swimming action on the retrieve.
Plastic keeps slipping
The plastic keeps slipping off the bard. It gets annoying having to fix it every cast. Haven't catch'd anything with it yet.
May 26, 2012
Good Bass Lure
Have caught several bass on this lure, have purchased several of them / various colors. Be careful when pulling rubber tail out of package / have had ( 2 ) that were stuck to plastic package and tails ripped off when removing from package. Also check hooks / tend to be dull.
April 28, 2012
Crushes reds, trout, and bass! very durable too! I Love to use them in brackish water because they will catch about anything that swims...
February 15, 2012
I really like this set up, but you have to sharpen the hook before you even put it in water. I missed the redfish with it. They were biting it but I couldn't set the hook cause it wasn't sharp enough to go through lips.
September 22, 2011
Fair question!---I like a red head on jig's,lures or spinnerbaits.Red's seem to go for copper or gold color blades. On the tails I stick to white,yellow or green.The mixed color on the chart looks interesting but haven't tried it myself.If its super muddy water clarity I use white only? Good fishN
Let the fish tell you what they want. I like, and it seems to work the best, to cast, let it fall a short distance then start reeling it in, then stop (or pause). The refish seem to hit it on the fall more than when it just reeled in.
Three part answer for You. It is possible just to toss it out-hopefully in front of a moving Red and fish it steadily in? I have also had success w/a pump type retireve like a jig. My third good on overcast or muddy water day is fish it like a spoon.Toss it quiety in front of an idling or moving Red and lift it up and let it flutter down w/o too much fuss and repeat if needed.This top secret NC fish intel so keep it to yourself OK?? Good FishN
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