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Great lure for big panfish, and bass of all sizes : Mark
This lure was difficult to find, but I'm glad I did. I haven't tried it for trout, but I have for bluegills, crappie, and perch. Just toss it out and count it down or let it sink to the bottom and then give it 4 or 5 quick twitches, then pause, twitch, pause, another series of quick twitches, and so on. You will catch plenty of bass with this lure, but bluegills, redear, and perch hammer it. The only complaint I have is that it can be difficult to get really long casts, but no more than with any other lure that is this light.

I love using lures for bluegills because a)I catch fewer really small fish, b)they can't swallow them, and c)no having to buy, dig, or catch live bait and keep it alive. They're great for when I'm not sure if I'll be fishing for bass or something else. (Posted on 7/18/14)

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Rebel Raider

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Here's something stream trout, panfish and bass haven't seen before! The Rebel Raider is less than 2-inches in length but produces fish in a big way. It's a slow-sinking, underwater walking lure, sashaying back and forth as you twitch the rod tip. In four essential color patterns, the Rebel Raider is perfect for skinny water anywhere.

  • Slow-sinking underwater walk-the-dog lure
  • Raider sashays back and forth as you twitch your rod tip
Length  Weight  Hooks
 1 5/8 in  1/8 oz  #12
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