Yo-Zuri Mag Darter Lures
$12.99 - $17.99
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The Yo-Zuri Mag Darter lure is the perfect addition to any tackle box. With its increasingly realistic looks it is sure to provide you with a great catch. The Yo-Zuri Mag Darter darts as in the name, from left to right closely resembling an injured bait fish. With the Yo-Zuri famous Magnet Weight Transfer System you will be set to go. As it provides drag and darting movements with retrieval. The Yo-Zuri Mag Darter is a floating style lure made for those strong strikes.
5 Stars based on 24 reviews
June 3, 2017
Bone colored Mag Darter
Fantastic lure! First day out landed 3 blues and one striper.
ProsCasts well and works the water fantastically.
May 5, 2017
Fish love it.
Maybe not your conventional Darter. It will get you fish.
ProsGreat fish catcher
April 22, 2017
Quick service on great products.
Great service, proven plug.
ConsNeed to change out hooks.
Toms River, New Jersey
March 24, 2017
Great for stripers ... slow retrieve works well.
February 19, 2017
Always used its little brother i have been antiicipating the release of the new 2oz mag darter for a while. Used it in the surf last season and this plug destroyed the fish.
January 10, 2017
Casts long distance with weight transfer system. Have this lure in the Bone color and I've had great success with striped bass and blues off the surf.
January 10, 2017
Mag Darter is a must have lure. Killed the late season striped bass surf fishing with this lure. The slower the retrieve the better.
ProsAvailable in multiple colors.
US Southern New England coast
January 8, 2017
Yo-Zuri R1216 Mag Darter Lure
Arrived VERY promptly, particularly surprising because it was during the holiday season. Delivered exactly as ordered, product seems intact and well constructed. Need to wait (New England) until the blues and strippers return before taking it out on it's maiden run!
Long Island NY
December 13, 2016
Fish magnet! When you watch these swim they don't wiggle like a colt snipers or so minnows but fish especially bass cannot stay off these
ConsBetter in current
November 18, 2016
This is a nice larger size lure in the Mag Darter design. It has a tight swimming action and will "dart" if the rod is pumped. It's casts pretty well which was important for me as I use it near inlets and moving water where it is typically windy. Very happy to have this larger Mag Darter version.
November 9, 2016
Great lure especially in calmer water. Use a slow retrieve with twitches ever once in a while. Catches big blues and stripers. The bronze is great when the bunker schools are around. So glad they lowered the price too. A must have in any surfcasters bag!!!
ProsCasts well, great action, easy to work, catches fish, good hooks, well priced
STUNorth-eastRGEON BAY, WI
March 13, 2016
Catches when seemingly nothing else will. Has saved many a night for me, managing to pull at least a few fish when other offerings were ignored. Fantastic action and cast a mile for the size and weight lure. Hooks seem like they should be replaced, but I haven't had one fail yet on bass up to 22lbs- they're sticky sharp and stronger than they look. Black and the luminous pearl / white are my stand-bys at night and rarely go un-eaten. I'll throw the bronze when peanut bunker are around and the mackerel when small tinker mackerel are around and they haven't failed me yet - not sure if the color had anything to do with it or just the great swimming action, but they work. Favorite settings are on the beach in a sweep, where they get crushed, often in the 1st wave / lip close to shore and in current outlfows at breachways, salt ponds, etc. They don't swim real deep but if the waters relatively shallow or fish are feeding in the middle / upper part of the column, you're good to go.
Prosaction castability seem to catch fish when nothing else will
Boynton beach, FL
January 12, 2016
awesome snook bait
one of my favorite baits to use during the fall mullet run.
November 15, 2015
Anyone who's used a mag darter knows what a great lure it is. Great action, the fish love it, what more is there to say?
October 4, 2015
Must have in any surf bag
I take this plug any time I go fishing for striped bass. It is one of my go-to/confidence baits. When it seems like nothing else is working I can usually rely on this to at least pull in a school.
Proscast well, catch well, great colors
Consaction is sometimes hindered by clips
August 31, 2015
Nice action...casts decently. Produces well. Bronze works best
June 12, 2015
Nice casting for approx 1 oz. Great movement. Great hooks
May 25, 2015
Blues and stripes love them.. Really simple lure to fish.. Light lure but flies well!
May 20, 2015
sweet snook lure
Good for applications where you need to cast far the 1 ounce model casts a mile
April 26, 2015
Great striper lure!
Very productive and it'd hard to beat!
April 18, 2015
Very productive lure!
The Yo-Zuri Mag Darter is a very productive lure. I have caught gator blues bigger than 15 pounds with this plug!
January 28, 2015
This mag darter is my go to lure for dusk time. its swimming action is very realistic. . I change the tail hook to 3/0 swash dressed hook and swimming motion got bigger.. I like either way..
ProsOne most productive lure
January 6, 2015
great striper lure for early morning and late evenings
Easy and great
ProsVery nice paint job
New York, NY
December 24, 2014
This and the SP are two of the most productive surface lures in my surf bag. It casts quite well for its weight and I really like its swimming action (more importantly, the fish like it too). Great for stripers and blues. Highly recommended.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Maine asked:
March 5, 2015
What's the difference between these two models besides the price?
Hello Dave. The difference is the finish. The pearl redhead is a newer offering by Yozuri where the red fades into the white and the red is a more "candy apple" color in tint. The standard redhead mag has a brighter white body with a more "stop sign" red head that transitions without any fade. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
on March 11, 2015