Osprey "Randy McAbee" R Mac Swimbait Top Hook

Osprey

The Osprey rMac 6" Top Hook Swimbait is one of the signature series swimbaits from professional bass angler and swimbait master, Randy MacAbee. Delivering the same level of performance that has made Osprey a staple with swimbait anglers, it has a few deadly features all its own. For one, its slightly smaller than the standard size, measuring in at 6-inches. This allows it to attract everything from two-pounders to ten pounders, and it also features a thinner profile with the same size tail. This means you can fish it even slower, just crawling it along in the strike zone, and the tail will keep moving. Available in a variety of colors, the Osprey rMac 6" Top Hook Swimbait features a super sharp top hook and belly eye for affixing an additional treble or frog hook.

Osprey Length Weight
rMac Top Hook 6" 2-oz (approx)

6 Colors

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    Model No. RMACTH-037
    Baby Bass 037
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $19.99
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    Model No. RMACTH-5-040
    Chartreuse Shad 040
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5" 5 $17.99
    6" 5+ $19.99
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    Model No. RMACTH-046
    Dark Hitch 046
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $19.99
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    Model No. RMACTH-030
    Ghost Rainbow 030
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $19.99
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    Model No. RMACTH-5-045
    Light Hitch 045
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5" 5+ $17.99
    6" 5+ $19.99
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    Model No. RMACTH-5-087
    Shad 087
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5" 2 $17.99

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Customer Reviews

Comments: awesome baits. Puts out a big thump on a slow retrieve. Can't wait to see the 7" or bigger.

From: NorCal

Comments: Horrible, bait would spin on the retrieve. Tried nail weights etc. to straighten out to no avail. Waste of money.

From: Robert: Battle Creek, MI

Comments: not as good as the regular osprey.  Rolls on its side at low speeds.

From: Jon: Roseville, CA

Comments: I bought one recently and when i first saw it i knew it was going to catch fish. but after a couple casts it started to run sideways. but i fixed it by putting a small 1/8th dropshot weight onto the belly of it with a split ring. now it runs straight even when winding in fast.

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