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Yo-Zuri Crystal 3D Minnow Jointed Deep Diver
The Crystal 3D Minnow™ Jointed Deep Diver from Yo-Zuri® sports the patented prism 3D finish that reflects all subsurface light for maximum optimum visibility—even at maximum depths and speeds. A highly effective trolling bait, this lure displays a wide wiggling pattern that emulates the action of a swimming forage fish. Its brilliant 3D prism flash and "door hinged" joint mechanism attract all types of game fish.
All Crystal 3D Minnows feature distinctive flat sides and highly detailed bodies with amazing 3D prism finishes that light up and flash—even in low light conditions. Injured baitfish swim erratically, sending out flashes of reflected light from their broadside of scales. The 3D Minnow utilizes these flashes, together with a flat-sided swimming action, to mimic a frightened game fish. Natural patterns and colors, together with lifelike body shapes and gill plate details, help 3D Minnows to emulate a realistic looking injured baitfish.
Tough, durable polycarbonate construction
2 heavy-duty Super Tin extra-strong trebles
3D prism finish
Triangular lip design
Web ID: 1407050611385
Rated 5 out of
Fishing Grampa from
Go to Bay troller.This is an excellent bay troller for bass and halibut. I kayak fish and troll the Newport Beach Ca. bay which is 12-18' deep depending on the tide. A good paddle speed keeps these lures at the bottom were the big ones are. The quality is the best. I have been using this technique over 11 years and they are the Best.
I'm a Boy Scout, going to The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota this summer. Do you know if this is a good lure for Pike, Small Mouth Bass or Walleye? We will be fishing every day and I don't wan to get skunked.
Asked by: bscout
Thank you for your inquiry. These lures are 5.25" and may be too big for small mouth, though they may still strike it anyway. However, they are big enough for pike and walleye and they mimic an injured bait fish, which triggers the kill instinct in bigger predatorial fish like walleye and pike.