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YUM Money Minnow Swimbaits

   

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Pearl

Pearl

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2906
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Pearl Black Back

Pearl Black Back

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2909
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River Shad

River Shad

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2919
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1992516

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Hitch

Hitch

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2924
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  • SKU: 1992517

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Hologram Shad

Hologram Shad

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2925
  • $9.99

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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2926
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  • SKU: 1992519

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Foxy Shad

Foxy Shad

2-1/2"

8

Model:
YMM2927
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Pearl

Pearl

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3906
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  • SKU: 1499018

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Pearl Black Back

Pearl Black Back

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3909
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  • SKU: 1499020

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River Shad

River Shad

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3919
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Bluegill

Bluegill

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3920
  • $9.99

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Hitch

Hitch

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3924
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1499026

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Hologram Shad

Hologram Shad

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3925
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1499027

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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

3-1/2"

5

Model:
YMM3926
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  • SKU: 1499028

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Pearl Black Back

Pearl Black Back

5"

4

Model:
YMM5909
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1499032

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Hitch

Hitch

5"

4

Model:
YMM5924
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1499038

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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

5"

4

Model:
YMM5926
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  • SKU: 1499040

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  • Lifelike finish
  • Unique belly slot
  • Rigging friendly
  • Realistic action
When money fish are all that matters, you can count on YUM's Money Minnow soft swimbaits to start a big-time feeding frenzy. In addition to the YUM Money Minnow's lifelike finish and proven swimming action, these effective swimbaits feature a unique belly slot allows the hook fit inside making the Money Minnow one of the more rigging-friendly swimbaits. The belly slot also means there is less material to pull the hook through on hook sets. A slow retrieve produces the realistic action required to draw strikes from bass, walleye and other predator fish.   
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good swimbait The money minnow is more costly then some other similar products but the quality is good. It is on the more flexible side which allows it to swim slower and still have a natural swimming action. The 5" is good size for LMB in lakes with shad forage. I just took it out to our local reservoir and managed to land a good 4lber just casting towards shoreline structure on a drift. Load it with at least 3/16 oz texas rigged and give it a slow steady retrieve with a couple jerks or pauses and it will get the bass biting. Great bait for alabama rigs too, just for me the rig always seems to spook them. I wish they sold the 5" in a pack of 5 to fill the whole rig. March 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swimbaits This is my favorite of all the soft swimbaits I have tried. They have good action and are an excellent size to use on the Yum Flash Mob Jr. umbrella rig. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Couldn't Believe the Hit Fishing West Point Lake two weeks ago and nearly had the rod taken out of my hands from a hit. Fought the fish for over three minutes and saw the fish twice. The fish came unbuttoned at the boat and took my heart with it.Partner and I both agree that the large mouth was well over 10 pounds. I have caught several in the 10 pound range and this fish was MUCH bigger. The bait performed well and looks real in the water. Was still able to use the bait after the big bass got off. Will definately use it a lot more and would recommend it to anybody who wants to hook large fish. March 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by swim bait for snook I recently purchased these baits for fishing Snook in South Florida. The first day I was using them hook a few nice fish. Used rigged weedles with Trokar swim bait hooks they are a really great combo. rigging them took some time to get them to swim straight but they worked great. February 27, 2013
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I use threaded line and a shakespeare ugly stik spinning rod. im from naples
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I use a falcon cara 6'10" Heavy 1/4-3/4 oz and a abu garcia revo stx with 50 lbs power pro braided line, I fish in "El salto lake" back in Mexico and you can't find any better combination!
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I use it on a quantum smoke spinning reel, and quantum response rod (med action) with 8# grand slam mono. Works great for me.
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I use a 7'6" heavy action, fast tip paired with a 7:1 gear ratio reel. I have it spooled with 20 lb seguar invizx fluorocarbon. Big swim baits have a tendency to attract large fish so be prepared!
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The brand of reel doesn't realy matter, its the gear, 6.5.1 is the good retreiving speed. Personally i use shimano curado or cetica, and Abu garci Orra and they work fine. For rod a shimano crucial or st-croix rage medium power / medium fast action
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No just the bait
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No. Hooks must be purchased separately.
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No it does not, you have to buy the hooks seperatly.
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I fish slightly stained to clear but dark water for smallies, and i was wondering what the best colors would be to hammer them.
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Use the bright green and yellow combos
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Select lure colors according to the color of the local baitfish and crayfish in the water that you are fishing.

Dirty/Stained water choose a bright or a high contrast color: like chartreuse, Red, or black.
Clear water choice colors that match the cover or the bottom. More natural like watermelon, green pumpkin, browns, baitfish or craw colors.
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Depends how much nail weight you use!
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Depends on the weight of the nail weights that you use.
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No, you have to buy the hooks separate.
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No this comes with 5 minnows and thats it
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No it does not. but on back of box it shows how to hook it good
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No, they do not include hooks. I would recommend Gamakatsu Swimbait hooks, specifically #5 for the 5in. swimbaits.
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No hooks with this one, sorry . Try the mustad hooks with the black spike to hold the head they work great . I use Berkley glue after the spike stops working .
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i am going on a trip this summer to the saint lawrence river and i have never fished walleye. if they do work for them then what rig should i use?
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Im sure they would catch some walleye but if you want to swimbait fish walleye buy some berkley powerbait flatback shads they do work
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They do not work for walleyes. Bass and Pike.
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I've heard walleye fishing has been really tough there. I just got back and we produced none, and had no luck at all catching anything w the money minnow. For smallest white spinners mepps #5 is great, wacky rigged worms watermelon, and pumpkin seed plastic crowded weightless all produced a large number of fish
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Yes, but they will tear up much quicker.
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Sure, these will work for walleye - you wold need to get them pretty deep and slow roll them for walleye - you would need to let out more line and add more weight.
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yea they'll work for walleye. I do consider them to be a more of an aggressive bait however so if you've got sluggish or just finicky fish there are better options (jigs, live bait rigs). I rig them texas rigged on a weighted hook.
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I say Al Linder catching some big smallies on swimbaits. I want to try it to see if it works which swimbait is best?
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Money minnow works for me as it is more natural looking with better swimming action--3.5" length.
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the money minnow for sure! Ive caught 8 bass just today alone with it. The hits you get are incredible. Start a feeding frenzy. Good luck
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try a smaller yum money minnow or a 3 in. storm wildeye crappie. ive caught a 4 lb smalllmouth on the storm lure
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I would recommend Money Minnows because they are better quality baits. They have great durability and presentation. Powerbait swimbaits rip too easily. If you want to catch more fish using one bait the money minnow will last longer.
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Berkley Swimbait definitely. I have tried the money minnow and the swimbait on Largemouth and the swimbait performed and the money minnow didn't.
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In Michigan we produces numbers on swimbaits of 6" or less the tops were, Spro BBZ, 3.5 money minnow but the best producer was the Aaron Martens Scrounger tipped with a 3.5 in jerk shad
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Personally I like the money minnow. It's easy to rig, and the fish practically cant turn this thing down. caught my first 5 pound largemouth with it, however it is a little pricey and they dont last very long
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I'd go with the money minnow just because of the price. I like the split body in the MM compared to the hollow belly better too. Also see which colors match your local forage better. Both have great action so which ever one you can find cheaper. Use the smaller size for SM
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I have found that a 1/4 oz 5/0 weighted swimbait hook with a stinger hook at the bend of the hook works best around docks and open water. You may need to add suspend strips for more weight if you want to go deeper.
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On back of box it explains. go thru mouth and pretty much any way u can hook it is easy
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Absolutely use the Gamakatsu screw in swimbait with this lure. Nothing better!
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If you buy Gamakatsu swimbait hooks they are pretty easy to rig. There is a screw on the end of the hook which you screw into the nose of the bait. After you have it screwed in, the hook should be aligned with the belly of the bait( with the point of the hook facing the belly of the swimbait) then you just push the hook through the center of the bait and its ready. If you want it to be weedless, pull the hook point under the top of the bait a little.
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You need the screw lock weighted swimbait hoohs i use gamakatsu screw the nose of the bait on the screw lock lay the hook beside the body of the bait put your fingers were the end of the hook starts to turn back to the nose of the bait then fold the bait and insert the hook through the slit in the belley penetrate were your fingers are and the do like you would on a texas rig worm and put the point of the hook just under the back of the bait but make sure the bait is straight with hook or it wont swim straight and the fish wont hit it if its rigged right hang on.
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i put it on a 3/8oz swimbait head
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I've used the 3.5 and ive caught several large sized bass. the 5 i havent used yet
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Both are excellent, depends on the lake. Try 3.5" to build confidence. Try 5" for spawning bass.
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5" are better,I had more room to secure my hook and it moved better being longer
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have used both, used 3 inch early season
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5" works best for 3 pounders and larger fish
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i got the 3.5 and the action is great but i havn't bought any in 5
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does anyone know the wait of the swimbait by itself?
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Pretty heavy. Can't tell you the actual weight, but it will fly about 75 feet.
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1/4 oz at most by the feel of it
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exact no but if you dont use a weighted hook or put weights in the body it will roll like crazy. I suggest 1/4 or 3/16 for the 5" you dont need a huge swimbait rod I use a KVD signature 7 ft MH and have never had a problem
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not sure but they are heavy
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