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.

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DescriptionLengthWeightDepthHook SizeColorPrice
DSPM13F
daiwa-dspm13f-salt-pro-minnow-5-1-8-lure
Salt Pro Minnow
Floating
5-1/8in7/8oz3ft#1Select Color$0.00 USD
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DSPM13S
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Salt Pro Minnow
Sinking
5-1/8in1oz3ft#1Select Color$0.00 USD
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DSPM15F
daiwa-dspm15f-salt-pro-6-inch-minnow-lure
Salt Pro Minnow
Floating
6in1-1/9oz3ft#1Select Color$0.00 USD
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DSPM15S
daiwa-dspm15s-salt-pro-6-inch-minnow-lure
Salt Pro Minnow
Sinking
6in1-1/4oz3ft#1Select Color$0.00 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$0.00 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$0.00 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 215 reviews
By Brian
Baja California Sur
Excellent Lure - Great for snapper and Snook
April 18, 2021
I use this lure to catch Snook, Snapper and Corvina, here in Southern Baja.
By Brian K.
Baja California Sur
Excellent Lure - Great for snapper and Snook
April 13, 2021
I use this lure to fish from the beaches in Southern Baja, Love it.
By Rob
Medford Lakes, NJ
SP Minnow
March 7, 2021
This lure catches fish!
By Winston
,
Farthest casting minnow lure in my experience
February 20, 2021
Ordered the 6in Floating (Blue Mackerel). Casts farther than the Bomber Longshot and Xrap-12. I feel like the weights inside shift more smoothly than the other minnow baits. Just give the lure a little shake with the rod to ensure all the weights have gone to the tail end for casting.

Good action with stock treble hooks. Might replace the back treble with a 5/0 VMC Single Inline Hook to get more action.
By Nick
,
Good bait
February 15, 2021
Does the job. Nice action
By Paul
Ship Bottom, NJ
Excellent lure for most conditions
January 3, 2021
Easy lure to cast and works well with slow retrieve.
ProsLow cost, casts well
ConsHooks could be stronger.
By Sean
PLYMOUTH, MA
Must Have
December 28, 2020
Great lure, a must have for saltwater. Catches many different species, great action.
ProsPrice Good Action
ConsPaint will wear, no big deal
By Mattoc
Ortley beach
Great night lure
December 17, 2020
Great cast ability and action. Works well with blues and stripers and great for snook and tarpon in Florida
By Mattoc
Ortley Beach NJ
Striper crusher
December 17, 2020
These Daiwa lures work great for most salt water fish with great cast ability and action
By gabe
saco, ME
best striper lure
December 15, 2020
one of the best striper lures on the market i love this lure
Consi wish it woud cast beter
By X
NC
Great product
December 3, 2020
Great product just like the SP bullet version. This gives more action than the above and is great for finding fish in the sound/marshes.
By vmp
NY
Great Lure
December 3, 2020
This lure is one of the tried and true lures for Stripers. I call it a fish finder. Solid lure.
By HOWARD
Boston, MA
great lure....
July 17, 2020
perfect for casting into the canal....
By Captain
Boston, MA
This is the one that will always catch stripers
July 12, 2020
This is the perfect lure for the canal
By captain
Boston, MA
this is the one..
July 12, 2020
If you fish the cape cod canal this is the lure that will get it done
10 Questions & 10 Answers
Don
from California asked:
February 18, 2021
What size treble hooks and split rings are on the 6 inch and 6 3/4 inch Daiwa SP Minnow floating models?
1 Answer
#1 size hook for the 6" and 3/0 for the 6-3/4". I was not able to find the split ring size for the 6-3/4", but the 6" has 50lb. split rings.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 18, 2021

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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