Strike King Redfish Magic Saltwater Spinnerbait
1/4 Oz. Chartreuse/ Red Head
I bought these and a pack of the Glass Minnows for the Redfish and Trout at the Texas Coast. It was funny, I only ended up using the bait that came on this spinnerbait and two others from the glass minnow package, one because I got snagged. The material that the Glass Minnow and Magic Zulu are made of is really good stuff. Its super stretchy and soft, and somehow doesn't tear easily. The wire on the spinnerbait is pretty strong, the jighead it comes with is good, and the fish certainly like it.
January 20, 2009
wont recommend the chartruese tail
i got two of these for a trip to arroyo city. when i got them i noticed the chartruese tail a little diffrent so i gave it a small tug on it and off comes the tail.these things stretch alot making it them very durable i dont understand why the tail came off on one of them. oh well i guess it was a dud. that's the only reason i gave it 4 stars other than that it worked fine. it only took a couple casts to get my first red on the boat. makes a great wake when fished close to the water surface.
April 11, 2010
These are good lures, especially for redfish. They work well in freshwater too. I don't like the jig head though. It sometimes causes the bait to swim incorrectly.
I haven't had a problem with the plastic body, but I still choose to replace it with my own. Adding on a different style or color body can change your success. I got lots of hits changing to a white and pink grub.
The other good thing about this lure is that it doesn't take up quite as much room as an actual spinnerbait.
July 14, 2010
Very good product.
I use the Redfish Magic in Florida. They love it. The only problem I have with it is the body want stay on the head like it needs to. The first fish can mess the body up enough that it want stay where it is designed to. But, the redfish do love it. To fix the problem, I use a jig head from bass pro, the one with multiple rings insteed of the barbs. The bodies are tuogh and will last with the right jig head.
March 30, 2010