Berkley PowerBait Pro Twitchtail Minnows

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$4.79
Item No.: F16621
17 available colors
Black Ice
Bleak
Blue Ice
3 in.SKU: 156624
Stock: 10+
$4.79
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Chartreuse Black Fleck-Orange
Chartreuse Ice
Chartreuse Purple Ice
Firetiger
3 in.SKU: 156628
Stock: 10
$4.79
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Green Pumpkin
Madtom
3 in.SKU: 156630
Stock: 10
$4.79
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Opening Night
Pearl White
Perch Ice
Pink Ice
3 in.SKU: 156634
Stock: 5
$4.79
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Purple Chartreuse
Purple Ice
3 in.SKU: 156637
Stock: 10+
$4.79
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Smelt
Watermelon Pearl

Product Details

Berkley PowerBait Pro Twitchtail Minnows features a sleek profile with a thin tail that creates an irresistible swimming action to attract bass and walleye. These versatile soft baits are infused with PowerBait's exclusive scent and flavor - proven to keep predatory fish on the hook 18 times longer than the competition. These Twitchtail Minnows are available in pro-designed colors so fish can see it better in murky waters.

  • Pro-designed colors add fish catching flare
  • Minnow design featuring a tail with action that is irresistible to both bass and walleye
  • Exclusive PowerBait scent and flavor
  • Qty. per Pack: 15

Berkley PowerBait Pro Twitchtail Minnows are made in the U.S.A.

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Ratings & Reviews

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10/14/2020 11:17 am

It Works!!

by Midnight

This bait just plain works for walleye. I use it on a jig head and catch many walleyes on the same bait! It holds up well and you don't have to keep it in sauce.

6/4/2020 1:35 am

Better than live minnows!

by Daniel

These act just like one of those live injured minnows on your bait bucket that are spinning and twitching. I have found these to be deadly tipped on a jig bouncing off the bottom or twitching. Make sure you don't leave slack in your line because they almost always hit on the drop. They get hits even when the walleyes are neutral. Just go slower, especially in colder water.