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Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow Saltwater Lures

Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow Saltwater Lures

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TypeDepthLength (in.)Weight (oz.)Hook SizeColorPrice
Salt Pro Minnow Floating3 feet5-1/8 in7/8 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet5-1/8 in7/8 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Floating3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Select Color$9.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking3 feet6 in1 1/9 oz#1Ayu$9.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Floating-6-3/4 in1-5/8 oz#3/0Select Color$13.95 USD
Salt Pro Minnow Sinking-6-3/4 in1-7/8 oz#3/0Select Color$13.95 USD
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 149 reviews
By Brent
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
September 28, 2018
A must carry
This is a lure that you should carry whether you fish the salt or fresh. Snook love it; peacock bass want to kill it. Just make sure it's walking side to side rather than up and down on the jerk. Once it won't jerk left and right anymore, retire it and open up a new one. There's a slight sound difference in the newer production ones. Not sure how big of an impact this will have if any. Used to have a dull sound. Now a bit sharper.
ProsGood price, everything wants to eat it
Consnot good for largemouth
By TonyF
Farmingdale, NY
September 26, 2018
One of my Go To lures
I always carry a bone colored floating SP whether I fishing off the sand or on the kayak. It cats pretty well for a minnow type lure and also trolls well behind the kayak. I have modified most of my SP's with single inline hooks so releasing fish is easier.
ProsCasts well
By Michael
Charleston, SC
August 26, 2018
Now I see why it’s so popular
No matter where you look for a lure, red head with a white body is a must for any lug bag.
ProsJust a classic bait.
By Michael
Myrtle Beach, SC
August 26, 2018
Becoming a personal favorite
The blue mackerel and the red head colors are always a solid bet!
ProsSharp hooks
By Michael
Charleston, SC
August 26, 2018
Insane performance
One of those lures you have to own, casts like a dream and some of the best hooks I’ve seen on a lure!
ProsImpressive hardware
By Tom Mas
Brooklyn N.Y.
July 9, 2018
Nice fish catcher for the price.
These lures catch fish. Work great out of the package. But better when upgraded.
ConsHooks & split rings are a little on the light side.
By Terrence Murray
Cape Cod Ma.
July 6, 2018
Striper killer
See previous review on same lure, different color. I like this color under low-light and night time. It has really good "flash" when worked properly..
By Terrence
Whitinsville, Massachusetts
July 6, 2018
Striper killer
love this plug in several colors. Casts like a bullet and has great action, esp. when "popping" the rod tip.
ConsThe finish is good but not great durability. The older models had inferior hooks, we just swap them out with 4x Owners.
Long Island NY
June 27, 2018
Great Swimming Plug
SP minnows swim well in all sizes and even in rougher seas and current. Decent hardware on newer models. Best casting minnow type swimmer.
By Ryan Durand
Rhode Island
June 13, 2018
The most versatile saltwater bait on the market.
Nothing in my opinion can produce more striped bass in more conditions than the Daiwa SP minnow. These lures were created specifically for stripers and they did a fantastic job!
ProsLong Casting Great Movement
raritan bay
June 9, 2018
this plug is a must have at night for your plug bag. they out perform any scandinavian swimmer 75% of the time. had 13 keeper bass in one night on this plug, never changed it all night.
Proscast like a rocket, swims great and rattles
By Ted Matera
June 9, 2018
SP Minnow Sand Eel 6 3/4"
Swims well. Cast good
By Ted Matera
June 9, 2018
SP Minnow Sand Eel
Cast great and swims well. Good color.
ProsWell made, good hooks.
ConsNone so far.
By Jose Cruz
June 6, 2018
Great action
The way it swims and the power of the hooks makes it perfect for medium and big fish.
By Chris
Manorville, NY
May 15, 2018
Great plug for saltwater gamefish
These plugs are good not great. They would be five star if diawa stepped up their hardware. The hooks and splitrings that come on there are an absolute joke. One fish over 10lbs and these hooks would straighten right out or break. Upgrade to 2/0 vmc 4x hooks and 5.5 heavy duty split rings and these lures straight up kill! They cast pretty well and have a nice tight wobble swim pattern that gets the attention of any striper or blue that may be near by.
ProsCasts well Decent value for the money Catches fish
ConsHooks and splitrings
6 Questions & 6 Answers
Paul Ancelli
from MA asked:
February 14, 2017
Is the spm17s the bullet model
1 Answers
The SPM17s is not the SP Bullet model.
on February 15, 2017

from CT asked:
March 1, 2016
how fast does the 2 1/8 oz sink
1 Answers
1.25 feet per second.
on March 2, 2016

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.
1 Answers
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

from Maine asked:
July 6, 2014
How do you pick a color? Are certain colors better then others?
1 Answers
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

from Nashua, NH asked:
June 24, 2014
What are the different uses between the floating and sinking? Fishing for Stripers?
1 Answers
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

from Maine asked:
June 23, 2014
What are the different applications for the floating verses the sinking? I'm fishing for Stripers. Thanks
1 Answers
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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