Cotton Cordell Red Fin Lure

Cotton Cordell Red Fin Lure

$6.99 - $7.39
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Model
TD Code
LengthCranking DepthHooksWeightColorPrice
C0904
COR-0002
5in0-3ft#2/05 / 8oz.Chrome/Black Back$6.99 USD
C10 Black
COR-0005-1
7in0-1ft#3/01ozBlack$7.39 USD
C10 Pearl/Yellow Back
COR-0005-2
7in0-1ft#3/01ozPearl/Yellow Back$7.39 USD
C10 Bone
COR-0005-3
7in0-1ft#3/01ozYellow White$7.39 USD
C10 Bone
COR-0005-4
7in0-1ft#3/01ozBone$7.39 USD
C10-CC1
COR-0005-6
7in0-1ft#3/01ozPurple/Black Back$7.39 USD
C10-LS1
COR-0005-7
7in0-1ft#3/01ozMother of Pearl$7.39 USD
C10 - Chrome/Blue
COR-0005-8
7in0-1ft#3/01ozChrome/Blue$7.39 USD
C10 Chrome/Black
COR-0005-9
7in0-1ft#3/01ozChrome/Black$7.39 USD
C10 Rainbow Trout
COR-0005-10
7in0-1ft#3/01ozRainbow Trout$7.39 USD
C10 Smokey Joe
COR-0005-11
7in0-1ft#3/01ozSmokey Joe$7.39 USD
The Cotton Cordell Red-Fin Lure works well with being twitched on top. It can run erratically with a twitch-twitch-pause retrieve action. This wake bait wobbles on a straight retrieve. This lure is made with top of the line construction and components. Works well when retrieved slowly on the top water to provoke strikes from bass as well as big stripers. Perfect for targeting bass, striper, and redfish species.
4.5 Stars based on 12 reviews
By Andy
Monson, MA
Schoolie, First Cast!
July 8, 2021
Love it when a plan comes together. I recently read that swimmers, specifically the redfin were good for bright mid-day fishing. I picked up a chrome and black 7" and added it to my tackle bag. Around 2pm I stopped off at a salt pond inlet, tied on the redfin and wouldn't you know it, 1st cast landed me a schoolie. SOLD, just ordered another in silver & blue!
Pros
  • Cost efficient
  • Great swimming action
Cons
  • A little light, but google "redfin loading"
  • Hardware is a little thin, easy upgrade though.
By vmp
NY
Great Lure
December 3, 2020
Great wiggle.
By Robert
South shore long island
Excellent low cost swimmer
November 18, 2019
These cotton cordell swimmers are great. They catch fish. They don't cast as far as a sp minnow, nor do they have as heavy duty hardware but they can easily be upgraded with better treble hooks. Can't beat these for the price!
Pros
  • Inexpensive, but catch fish
Cons
  • Hardware isn't too beefy if you're targeting big fish, casts OK but not super far
By John N.
NYC
Redfin 7 inch
September 13, 2019
My go to lure. Although extremely light
You are able to basically customize with
The addition of either liquids, BB's or split
Shot to add weight. The standard for liquid
Is 10cc's. Being reasonably priced you
Can still pay the mortgage if you lose a few of these. Change up the stock split
Rings and hooks. I've embarked on
Totally eliminating treble hooks on all
My lures where possible for improved
Catch and release success. It's easier
On fish and possibly the fisherman who
Can end up hooked also.
Pros
  • Topwater action
  • Color selection
  • Can be loaded
  • Reasonable Price
  • Repaintable
Cons
  • Light- may not cast well
  • During certain conditions.
  • Belly and tail trebles
  • Weak split rings
By Rob
Lowell
Fish catcher
January 7, 2019
This lure is deadly when loaded with BBs or water. It will cast better. It is very effective at a slow retrieve.
By Rob
Pelham, NH
Fish catcher
December 27, 2018
These plugs catch fish. They do not cast well, so they are usually loaded with something i.e. water / BBs.
Pros
  • Catch fish
Cons
  • Do not cast well unless loaded.
By DOC-GC
raritan bay
loaded
June 9, 2018
only work for me at night loaded with bee bees. little bit of a pain to do but worth it once you do. will cast much better and rattle when retrieved.
Pros
  • catch fish great night plug
Cons
  • cast like crap until you load.
By Kai
Carpinteria, CA
Classic lure that catches fish
August 2, 2017
I like to customize these lures by drilling a small hole and adding some lead shot. This not only gives the lure extra weight for casting, but with a little fiddling you can make the lure barely float or slowly sink.
By Mike
North Ga.
Great lure
April 30, 2017
Just what I wanted for top water striper fishing. Great price.
By Brian
Baltimore, Maryland
Great Lure
January 5, 2017
Old school Striper classic
By Pete
Staten Island New York
Great action
December 5, 2016
I've used red fins for quite some time now, & i have to say, one of the best swimmers around, the only thing I don't like is that they don't cast very well, other than that, great plug for your arsenal
By Mike
Phila
Great
September 9, 2016
At 7" larger than the SP minnows and run nice and shallow. Hold true in strong current. Can't wait for the fall surf striper bight to get here
1 Question & 1 Answer
John N.
from NYC asked:
September 13, 2019
Gentlemen: I am frequent user of these fine lures

And wish to replace the treble hooks with a single 

Hook attachment for the belly and tail areas.

I have read of hooks available by Owner or VMC

And was unsure of the size to use. The lures are

Infact the 7inch variety Redfin. 

Would a  3/0 or 4/0 size be sufficient?

Thank you for your assistance.

1 Answer
Hello John, the 40 would suffice for the redfin lures 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 4, 2019

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