Yo-Zuri 3DS Series Minnow
Designed to excel when the fishing pressure is heaviest and fish shy away from traditional offerings, the Yo-Zuri 3DS Series Minnow is part of Yo-Zuri’s new 3DS finesse series of lures. Similar in quality rich features to the 3DB family of lures, the 3DS Series Minnow is noticeably smaller with unique features all its own.
A tournament-level rip bait, the Yo-Zuri 3DS Series Minnow has a tight wobbling action when fished with a straight retrieve, and when fished in a twitch-pause-retrieve style, its flat sides help produce an erratic action that bass find irresistible. Internally embossed details on gills, fins and scales, create a strikingly realistic baitfish imitation, and Yo-Zuri’s 3D Internal Prism finish creates a flash second-to-none in the industry. Two super sharp round bend, black nickel hooks and super strong black nickel split rings seal the deal and provide quality hook sets, and its tough durable proprietary Polycarbonate body can withstand the abuse that tournament fishing puts on lures. Available in a range of colors, the Yo-Zuri 3DS Series Minnow has been tested and proven around the globe.
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Comments: I took this lure out to my neighborhood pond just to test the action and caught 2 nice, solid 2lbers on the first 2 casts! 2 thumbs up for me!! Used the holographic Tennessee shad color! Worth the money for sure!
From: Eric: Orlando, FL 3/23/16
Comments: Great lure. I have the holographic black silver & ever since using it, it already has plently battle scars from the teeth of pickerel. Haven't yet caught a bass on it, but have literally had them swim right up & stare at it. Basically a matter of time before I get one on it. All in all excellent jerkbait, & highly recommend. Not too often I find quality lures I'm impressed with.
From: Jonathan: Sayreville, NJ 10/25/15
Comments: Excellent lure in both sizes. Cast very well with internal weight transfer system. Amazingly deflection off structure and remains balanced and does not foul run. Walleyes love chomping on both sizes. Some larger crappies bites the smaller size. Both sizes are good suspending models with the larger one staying much deeper.
From: Slipperybob: Canada 6/30/15