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Description
The Crystal Minnow Magnum is a 6 1/2", 1 3/8 oz. heavy duty plug designed to withstand the power of big fish. This lure is made with thicker body material, wire through construction, strong split rings, 3x treble hooks and the same great swimming action that anglers have come to expect from Yo-Zuri's Crystal Minnow Series. The Magnum also features a rattle chamber to grab a fish's attention in cloudy and murky conditions. This lure comes in saltwater and freshwater colors to cover everything from hard-hitting blues to giant muskies.

Additional features of these lures include:

 

  • Realistic finishes complete gill plates
  • Internal rattle
  • Durable molded body
  • Strong 3x treble hooks with heavy stainless steel split rings
  • Realistic 3-D eyes
  • Floating lure
  • 6 1/2" in length (Yo-Zuri model R924)
  • Weighs 1 3/8 oz.

Reviews
Review Summary
5
(8 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (3)
Pros
Easy To Handle (5)
Irresistible to Fish (4)
Looks Realistic (4)
Strong (3)
Good For Variety Of Fish (3)
Cons
Best Uses
Trolling (4)
Salt Water (4)
Fresh Water (2)
Shore Casting (2)

Customer Reviews
 Lake trout killer
Pros: nice color patterns, runs stright with great action
Cons: saltwater hooks on largers ones relaced
Comments: This lure was the perfect choice for suspended lake trout in Ontario. It ran true and deep and the color pattern was dead on to resemble smelt. Not all lures can run true when you remove all but one treble hook ( restricted area requirement. Pike seemed to love it as well.
Hub
Alexandria VA
 Beautiful Lure
Pros: Easy To Handle, Looks Realistic, great action, Good For Variety Of Fish
Comments: I am a fan of Yo-Zuri ! The crystal minnow and crystal minnow magnum work great on stripers and blues. They work great with a steady retrieve, stop go, throw some twitches in the rod great slashing action. These are also as good a casting lure as you could ask for. I mainly use them in the surf and off piers. Expensive but they are great.
Dynamite
Colombia
 Freshwater big lures means big fish
Best Uses: Payara, peacockbass, Tarpon, Snook Fresh Water, Salt Water
Comments: is the best lures that can be used for fishing peacock bass only catch big fish
STEVE
CAPE COD MASSACHUSETTS
 RED HOT
Pros: Easy To Handle, Easy To Store, Strong, Irresistible to Fish
Comments: IF YOU WANT TO CATCH SRIPERS BUY THIS LURE. OLD STYLE BETTER THAN NEW. SILVER BEST COLOUR ALL FISHING CONDITIONS
Nicola
Venice, ITALY
 I would buy this product again and again
Pros: Easy To Handle, Strong, Looks Realistic
Best Uses: Salt Water, Trolling
Comments: I needed this product for sea fishing, especially for barracuda.
Bergman
Iowa
Favorite lure.
Pros: Easy To Handle, Strong, Irresistible to Fish
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Shore Casting, Trolling
Comments: 5 consecutive years this has been my most successful lure for Northern Pike in Canada. Got a fish that will follow but not bite. Tie on a Yo-zuri and land that bad boy.
gavin the troller
upton ma.
BUY IT
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Easy To Handle, Irresistible to Fish, Looks Realistic, Easy To Store
Best Uses: Shallow schooling fish, Trolling, Shore Casting, Fresh Water, Salt Water
Comments: i am a novice fisherman and go fishing all the time almost every day i bouhgt this lure very late in the season and stil caught tons of fish i thought they might catch a couple but that isnt what happened me and my best buddy whent trolling in the beginning of september and whitin 2 minutes we would have a fish on every rod atleast once. so BUY it
Wayne
Sarasota, FL
 Crystal Minnow Lures are the best
Pros: Looks Realistic, Good For Variety Of Fish, Irresistible to Fish
Best Uses: Salt Water, Trolling
Comments: The black and silver minnow lure catches a large variety of fish. Grouper, Kingfish, Spanish Mackrel, Spotted trout, Lady Fish, Snake Fish, Bonieta, Blue Fish etc. This is the only artifical bait, lure, spoon etc that consistantly catches fish.
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