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Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow Saltwater Lures

Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow Saltwater Lures

$9.95 - $16.95
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DSPM13F
DAI-2277
Salt Pro Minnow Floating3 feet5-1/8 in7/8 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM13S
DAI-2342
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet5-1/8 in7/8 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM15F
DAI-1447
Salt Pro Minnow Floating3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM15S
DAI-1707
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM15S-Ayu
DAI-1707-11
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Ayu$9.95 USD
DSPMB15S
DAI-2032
Salt Pro Minnow Bullet Sinking0 to Bottom6 in1 1/2 oz#2/0Select Color$15.95 USD
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DSPMB15FS
DAI-2033
Salt Pro Minnow Bullet Fast Sinking0 to Bottom6 in2 1/8 oz#2/0Select Color$16.95 USD
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DSPM17F
DAI-2340
Salt Pro Minnow Floating-6-3/4 in1-5/8 oz#3/0Select Color$13.95 USD
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DSPM17S
DAI-2341
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking-6-3/4 in1-7/8 oz#3/0Select Color$13.95 USD
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The Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow is a versatile, long casting bait designed for a fast, ripping style retrieve that produces an erratic side-to-side swim action to draw predator's attention. The Salt Pro Minnow features: a weight transfer system for easier, longer casts; realistic scale pattern and 3-D eyes; heavy duty saltwater hooks.

The Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow Bullet is a sinking lure that has a tight S action to imitate a real fish swimming. Salt Pro Minnow Bullet was designed for surf fishing to catch striped bass but will catch many other varieties. This lure sinks level so you will get many bites on the fall and its heavy weight and small lip helps it cast in windy conditions. Salt Pro Minnow Bullet is constructed with 1.4mm heavy wire-thru construction.
4.5 Stars based on 14 reviews
By Craig
Ringwood, NJ
Catches Stripers from NH down to DE
April 25, 2016
I have used various colors and styles from the beached of NH down to DE and produces fish. As others have mentioned the hardware on them is not the greatest so i replace the hooks.
By CARL
STURGEON BAY, WI
Proven Fish Catcher
March 12, 2016
Have fished many colors and weight variations - floating, sinking, slow sink and fast sink bullet. All productive in appropriate applications. Standard floating model has become an affordable staple in nearly every north-eastern surf-casters plug bag. Black, bone / white, mackerel, chicken scratch, wonder-bread / pearl, sardine, shiner, translucent green, sand-eel - have all caught fish for me. Sinking and Bullet models work better in moderate - heavier current, sweep, and/or wave action and the Bullets seem to need faster retrieve or current do get the S swimming action going - regular SP minnows wiggle tighter and will do so at slower retrieve. Mackerel and bone / pearl (white) SPs and Bullets, with upgraded hard-ware have caught bass up to 25lbs for me in Cape Cod Canal and all colors (esp. Blurple, white, chicken-scratch at night) have produced for me at night from South County Rhode Island breachways to North Shore Mass. and NH seacoast sand beaches and rocky shorelines. Replacing factory hardware with stronger (3-4X VMC, 2/0 or 3/0) hooks and split rings is necessary for targeting bigger fish, especially in current, but may slow down the lures action, which may be desirable to some - opinions vary. SPs do track better and stay stable in heavier current conditions than many lighter weight "Finnish"/ minnow plugs. SPs also cast much better (internal weight transfer) than many similar sized plugs.
ProsCastability Stability in rough water Fish-catching action & color patterns
ConsNeed to upgrade factory hard-ware or risk losing nice fish
By Matt
Hampton, Ohio
Fantastic
December 4, 2015
They never fail to catch fish, the hooks are not the strongest and need to be replaced but other than that it is perfect. I caught a 70 pounder on one this year, my third biggest bass.
Conshooks
By udon
Providence, RI
Not impressed
June 2, 2015
Not impressed with the lure. Outstanding casting distance is the only upside. Action of the lure absolutely sucks. No action whatsoever.
By Eugenia
Pozzuoli, Italy
Very good
May 18, 2015
very good lure for bluefish and sea bass. i always catch fish when i use this lure.
By Alex
Solomons, Maryland
Great lure, bad hooks.
April 2, 2015
This is a great lure, but the hooks are very weak (I learned that the hard way). I have a few with me at all times.
By Travis
bayville, NJ
a must in your plug bag
March 3, 2015
caught tons of fish on these lures my favorite colors are bone and black and purple
By brad
hyannis, MA
awesome swimmers
January 2, 2015
One of my favorite swimmers in my bag.. they work excellent day and night
Conshooks/ splitrings
By Alex Chell
United States
Awesome plugs
September 19, 2014
They catch fish simple as that. I work at Tackle direct and this is the first thing i show people when they want a lure for striper. The second thing i tell them is to CHANGE THE HOOKS. 1/0 vmc with 150 lb spro split rings. im looking forward to fishing the new bullet.
ProsCasts great , catches fish ,
Conshooks suck, i buy to many of them
By Brendan
NY
Great lure!
April 4, 2014
Great overall lure! Casts like a missle and has a nice tight wiggle. Stripers and bluefish love this thing. I would have given it 5 stars if the split rings and hooks weren't junk. Make sure you switch out the split rings and upgrade the hooks to at least 1/0 VMC 4X hooks.
By Joe
NY
Good casting swimmer
March 30, 2014
This is one of the best (farthest) casting lipped swimmer. Action is good also and does alot of catching. Paint holds up decent. Only concern is the split rings and hooks need to be changed before use. I have had on several new lures the rings pull right out.
ProsCasting distance Action
ConsSplit rings and hooks
By tim
connecticut
Great lure, crappy hooks
February 14, 2014
this is a great lure if you take the time to replace all the split rings and replace the hooks with vmcs. the hooks that come standard will straighten on a large bluefish or striper. beefed up with the right gear though they work well and are nice to surf cast because of their length.
Prosgood actions, casts well.
Consstandard components
By Victor
Sweden
A beaty
February 5, 2014
This lure looks as good as it fishes. Casts perfectly even in some wind! Great darting action that doesnt fail.
ProsCasts well, strong gods, amazing finish.
By Nick
Scituate, MA
Top Producer!
January 5, 2014
I'm kind of alarmed that this is the first review for the SP minnow. This was hands down the top producer in my bag this year. Chicken scratch/green mackerel during the day, blurple laser shiner at night. The action seems to be simply irresistible for the stripers. The casting distance is great, either with a 9' surf rod or a 7' inshore rod. And it's only $10!!! Only fall back is the hooks...put some VMC's on there, and maybe just a siwash on the tail (I find I really don't need a treble on the back).
Prostop producer
Consweak hooks
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Elliot
from CT asked:
March 1, 2016
how fast does the 2 1/8 oz sink
1.25 feet per second.
Kaitryn
on March 2, 2016

Mike
from pa asked:
November 16, 2014
What is the best way to rig this bait? A coast-lock swivel or line knot on the split ring.
Some of us use a Tactical Angler's clip and some use a loop knot. Different strokes for different folks.
Customer Service
on November 17, 2014

Dave
from Maine asked:
July 6, 2014
How do you pick a color? Are certain colors better then others?
It is better to try and "match the hatch". Go with colors that are similar to those of the bait in the area. In your area for example, there maybe Boston Mackerel or Pollack around. So I would go with colors similar to them. On the other hand white, black, and yellow are always good too.
Customer Service
on July 7, 2014

David
from Nashua, NH asked:
June 24, 2014
What are the different uses between the floating and sinking? Fishing for Stripers?
The floating is for when bait is holding near the surface, The sinking is for when the bait is suspended in the water column.
Customer Service
on June 24, 2014

Dave
from Maine asked:
June 23, 2014
What are the different applications for the floating verses the sinking? I'm fishing for Stripers. Thanks
The floating will stay on the surface, for when bait is on top. Sinking is for when bait is holding deeper in the water column.
Customer Service
on June 24, 2014

 
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