Strike King® Redfish Magic Saltwater Spinnerbait

   

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Glow Chartreuse Chartreuse HD

Glow Chartreuse Chartreuse HD

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-863
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  • SKU: 1103756

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Chartreuse Red Head

Chartreuse Red Head

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-841
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  • SKU: 1103753

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Pearl Pearl Head

Pearl Pearl Head

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-844
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  • SKU: 1103754

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Opening Night

Opening Night

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-159
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  • SKU: 1754841

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New Penny

New Penny

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-160
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  • SKU: 1754842

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Black Neon Chartreuse

Black Neon Chartreuse

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-865
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  • SKU: 1204627

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Electric Chicken

Electric Chicken

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
RMG14-860
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  • SKU: 1156806

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Chartreuse Red Head

Chartreuse Red Head

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-841
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  • SKU: 1103757

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Pearl Pearl Head

Pearl Pearl Head

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-844
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  • SKU: 1103758

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Opening Night

Opening Night

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-159
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  • SKU: 1774285

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New Penny

New Penny

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-160
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  • SKU: 1774286

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Glow Chartreuse Chartreuse HD

Glow Chartreuse Chartreuse HD

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-863
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1103760

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Black Neon Chartreuse

Black Neon Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-865
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1204631

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Electric Chicken

Electric Chicken

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
RMG18-860
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1156807

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The 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.
Strike King® Redfish Magic Saltwater Spinnerbait 4.5 5 39 39
Second to live bait We were fishing for "Reds" this last weekend. Mud minnows hot! Then we started working the grass and reeds.I spent more time tying new riggs on, than fishing. Then I tied the red fish magic. All I had to do is twitch and retrieve at the same time. It will walk right throught the reeds. Hold on to your rod! I caught a 29" and a 26" red with this little lure. May 27, 2010
Favorite Lure I recently bought this lure at a local bass pro. I caught a largemouth my first cast with it and a 5 1/2 pounder (the biggest fish out of a pond I have fished for 14 years) later that evening. Unfortunately, after about 10 fish the minnow started to slide down the hook, all I had to do was "over push" it back up and it worked fine. May 23, 2010
redfish magic i caught many different species of fish off this bait. It has great action May 17, 2010
good purchase i went fishing used the strike king bait . did very will i will use this bait for ever. May 12, 2010
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What weight choice should I choose if im lookin for reds and snook
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ANY SIZE FOR WALLEYE DEPENDING ON TROLLING SPEED
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1/4 oz
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it depends on the water depth you will be fishing in.
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REDS-CHARTREUSE-BLUE-YELLOW
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white on white
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all white/ cant go wrong with it!
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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
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How do you work this lure?

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Do you just feel it in or twitch it or kinda use it like a jig?
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Generally with the shad tails like that I usually just reel. Some retrieves I do twitch ever so often but its like a spinner. Just reel and change your speeds every retrieve till you get bites.
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ON THE TROLL IN A RIVER A STRIKE IS EVIDENT
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I like to do both. If the water is kind of clam im gonna jig it, but if wavey just gonna twitch
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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.
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I just reel it in without jerkin it or jigggin it. Its action is spectaclar just realin normally.
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you can reel it in at mid speed or you cann twitch it often while reeling
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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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Right where the right angel of the lure is if that makes any sense. Where the blade is go down till you get to the angel change and where that little indention is where it makes the turn to go to the jig. tie there.
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the line goes at where the wire or whatever that is bends at an angle just tie it right there in the middle of the bend
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as with all spinnerbaits if you follow the wire from the blades down youll see a u shape, right there is were u tie it
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On the 90 degree bend in the wire.
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If you look at the main image at the top of the page you will see a little bend in the wire, just below 41, and that's where you tie on.
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