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Strike King Bleeding Bait Mini-King Spinnerbait

4 Reviews
$3.79
SKU: F10740

Details

The Strike King Bleeding Bait Mini-King Spinnerbait begins with the most popular multi-species spinnerbaits on the market, the Strike King Mini-King, and added a blood trail skirt. This unique spinnerbait is outfitted with a red hook, bleeding skirt accents, and red eyes to replicate a red blood trail to trigger a natural feeding response. This spinner bait also features all the quality components and attention to detail that have made the Strike King Mini-King Spinnerbait a tackle box staple for years.


The Strike King Bleeding Bait Mini-King Spinnerbait has one Willowleaf blade and one Colorado blade. These baits are great for bass, crappie, and other panfish.


  • Great for bass, crappie, and other panfish
  • Red blood trail triggers a natural feeding response
  • One Willowleaf blade and one Colorado blade
  • Qty. per pack: 1
4 available colors
Fire Tiger
1/8 oz. 
Stock: 9
$3.79
White
1/8 oz. 
Stock: 12
$3.79
Chartreuse
1/8 oz. 
Stock: 15
$3.79
Chartreuse-White
1/8 oz. 
Stock: 11
$3.79

Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

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Effective Small Spinnerbait

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This past summer I was fishing creeks for smallies. I was using crankbaits. They were effective, but they kept getting hung-up in brush piles and on sunken tree branches. I switched over to Strike King Bleeding Bait Mini-Kings and they were perfect. I could drop them right next to woody cover without getting hung-up too often. Dressed up with a curly tail grub, they pulled in the biggest smallies I caught. The only reason the review isn't a 5 is because you often need to bend the wire to get the blades out of the way of the skirt. Otherwise, it is a great and effective lure, particularly when fishing in cover.

Catches Fish

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Works best in dams where bass are feeding on small bluegills or perch.

worked perfect in the Delaware River

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works great in between rocks and lilly pads,first cast hook a smallie.Easy to use,pretty good casting distance with lite gear

12 lbs bass

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I got the biggest one [@] had for about [$] in south florida. The same day i first caught a 30" alligator gar then a 12" perch then i landed the biggest bass i ever saw in real life,12 lbs! I caught 3-6 pounders all day also.my new favorite lure.but it didnt last the day.the one problem i had was when i caught the 12 pounder the spinners came off and it flattened out the lure straight! Ive never seen that happen.but the fish stayed hooked! ive also never caught a fish that big but i would think the lure shouldve handled it.bottom line its a great easy using lure that i rebought the next day and still is my favorite weapon.try it,you wont regret it. I wouldve given 5 stars if my first one didnt pull a strecharmstrong. Great lure though.