Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow

Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow

More commonly known as the "SP Minnow", the Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow has become a staple among surf fisherman in the Northeast for it's ability to produce long casts and catch big striped bass.

$5.99 - $14.99
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DescriptionLengthWeightDepthHook SizeColorPrice
DSPM13F
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Salt Pro Minnow
Floating
5-1/8in7/8oz3ft#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM13S
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Salt Pro Minnow
Sinking
5-1/8in1oz3ft#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM15F
daiwa-dspm15f-salt-pro-6-inch-minnow-lure
Salt Pro Minnow
Floating
6in1-1/9oz3ft#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM15S
daiwa-dspm15s-salt-pro-6-inch-minnow-lure
Salt Pro Minnow
Sinking
6in1-1/4oz3ft#1Select Color$9.95 USD
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DSPM17F
daiwa-dspm17f-salt-pro-minnow-lure-6-3-4-inch
Salt Pro Minnow
Floating
6-3/4 in1-5/8 oz3ft#3/0Select Color$13.95 USD
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DSPM17S
daiwa-dspm17s-salt-pro-minnow-lure-6-3-4-inch
Salt Pro Minnow
Sinking
6-3/4 in1-7/8oz3ft#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.

Salt Pro Minnow Features:

  • A weight transfer system for easier, longer casts
  • Realistic scale pattern and 3-D eyes
  • Heavy duty saltwater hooks
4.5 Stars based on 200 reviews
By Rob
Cape Cod
Great
June 16, 2020
Great lure, my go to for spring/early summer. Always catches fish!
By Frank
Staten Island
Great lure
June 15, 2020
Will catch bass and blues when the big bunker are around.
ProsSwims Great
ConsHooks are thin and will bend
By JohnnyT
Benicia, CA
Halibut killer!
June 12, 2020
Have been putting together an arsenal of trolling lures for my local kayak halibut fishing. Tackle direct has been one of my resources for this. Selection is good, and most of the items I purchased came to my door on the timeline expected.
Proslifelike, great action, works!
By Gaetano
New York
Great lure
June 12, 2020
Good color
By Lllfish
NJ
Diawa lures are tops
June 3, 2020
Well made / realistic
By Ed
Cape Cod, MA
Staple for New England Fishing
May 28, 2020
Always gets a strike
By THOMAS
PLYMOUTH, MA
Nice color when the pogies are around
May 21, 2020
Sinking action is nice for targeting fish bellow the bait ball
By ANGEL M.
TRUJILLO ALTO, PR
Verry good lure...
May 18, 2020
For predators in the shallow tropical reefs, like barracudas, snappers and hogfish its irresistible.
Its floats and call predators in the area.
ProsPerformance.
ConsFor $5.99, nothing.
By Anthany
Philadelphia, PA
Favorite
April 29, 2020
My go to color, always catches
By Captain
Boston, MA
Great little knife
April 24, 2020
This is our new favorite lure for stripers.. Its early in the year and they were small but
we caught and released a bunch of them.

By Captain
Boston, MA
great striper lure
April 24, 2020
This thing is perfect for catching stripers from the rocks. We tried the Sand eel color and
the blue mackerel. Both caught fish.
By Ryan
New Jersey
great lure
April 18, 2020
The sp minnow is a staple lure i always have it with me and always catch fish with it. however, you will need to upgrade the hardware to better quality
ProsSounds great swims great look great
Consonly con is hooks arent the best
By Alberto
Costa Rica
Go to lure
April 9, 2020
This is my go to lure when I know big fish are around. SP Minnows have more than proven effectivity, and having that extra weight really helps covering a lot of area.
ProsSwim action like few other plugs
By J
Columbia, MD
Must have lures for stripers. Make sure you swap out the hardwares.
April 9, 2020
VMC x4 1/0 for belly and 3/0 inline single for rear. works great.
By Joe
Medford, NJ
MUST HAVE
March 25, 2020
Most widely used striper and bluefish lure in the northeast. It is an absolute classic and must have in every tackle box. It's my favorite striper lure and a great surf lure.
ProsGreat action
9 Questions & 9 Answers
John
from Ledgewood NJ asked:
February 7, 2020
What size treble hook and split rings do you recommend on the 51/8 floating model
1 Answer
We recommend a 1/0 treble with a #5 split ring. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on February 7, 2020

Tom
from Connecticut asked:
September 11, 2019
Are these rigged with treble hooks or single hooks?
1 Answer
These are rigged with treble hooks 
Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on September 12, 2019

John
from Nauru asked:
November 27, 2018
What size is good for casting distance
1 Answer
Size depends on what you are fishing for and how you are fishing. The heavier and bigger the lure is the further it will cast. If you are looking for distance but are casting a smaller lure, distance depends on rod length mostly.
Submitted by: Rebecca on November 29, 2018

Paul Ancelli
from MA asked:
February 14, 2017
Is the spm17s the bullet model
1 Answer
The SPM17s is not the SP Bullet model.
Submitted by: Donald on February 15, 2017

Elliot
from CT asked:
March 1, 2016
how fast does the 2 1/8 oz sink
1 Answer
1.25 feet per second.
Submitted by: 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.
1 Answer
Some of us use a Tactical Angler's clip and some use a loop knot. Different strokes for different folks.
Submitted by: 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?
1 Answer
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.
Submitted by: 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?
1 Answer
The floating is for when bait is holding near the surface, The sinking is for when the bait is suspended in the water column.
Submitted by: 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
1 Answer
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.
Submitted by: Customer Service on June 24, 2014

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