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MirrOlure "MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait"

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MirrOlure "MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait"

Lure Make & Model

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Use:
Saltwater
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MSRP ($):
8

MirrOlure’s “MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait” lures feature luminescent inserts and rattles to call the attention of any fish. They are brightly colored and have life-like 3-D eyes. These lures mock an injured baitfish with a side-to-side movement on a twitching retrieve. MirrOdine Suspending Twitchbait lures are sure to benefit any kayak fishing arsenal. 

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Mirrodine Suspending Twitchbait

The mirrodine suspending is a saltwater fisherman's dream bait. You can catch darn near anything that swims. Trout love 'em, redfish try to kill 'em, and I hear they are like snook candy.

At 3 1/8" long and a bit over 1/2 ounce (9/16 to be exact) this thing casts like a rocket. Even in heavy winds this thing will fly. The junior size is 2 5/8" long and weighs 3/8 ounce.

The color selection is outstanding. The finish is pretty good (but when you are throwing this to things with teeth, any finish is going to take a beating). I have a couple where the finish is just about worn totally off and it still catches fish.

The next time you are in a mess of fish, throw the mirrodine out and watch em knock the heck out of it. I assure you you will be pleasantly surprised.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Color choices, model choices, MirroLure quality
Cons:
A bit pricy
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