Yakima Bait Big Al's Fish Flash

$9.99 - $13.99
Item No.: F12617
5 available colors
Aurora Green-Aurora Chartreuse
Black-Pearl Smiley
Morning Glory
8 in.SKU: 119073
Stock: 8
You are limited to the quantity in stock

Product Details

The Yakima Bait Big Al's Fish Flash has almost no resistance in the water, making it a no-drag flasher. These flashers are versatile, easy to use, and can be rigged in almost any configuration.

  • In-line spinning flasher
  • No drag, feel the fish, not the flasher
  • Easy rigging works with divers, droppers, and downriggers
  • Can be used with bait or lures
  • Attracts fish at all trolling speeds
  • Rigged with heavy duty brass grommets and welded rings
  • 4-inch - works great for coho salmon
  • 6-inch - works great for walleye, lake trout, steelhead, and salmon
  • 8-inch - works great for all salmon and lake trout
  • Qty. per pack: 1

The Yakima Bait ig Al's Fish Flash is made in the U.S.A.

Ratings & Reviews

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4/23/2021 10:51 pm

A Different Way to Rig a Big Al's Fish Flash

by Kirk Harmes

I attach an 8 inch Big Al's flasher on the back of a fish shaped 12 lb. weight off the back ring of the weight on a corner downrigger. Use 2 large (snubber size) snap swivels connected with a large O-ring and clip to the back ring of the weight and the front of the flasher. I use a stack release a couple feet above the weight and run a clean spoon 8 to 10 feet behind the flasher on the stack. The inline axis of the flasher means it runs straight and the slow strobe seems to really suck fish into your spread, Using a stack above the flasher is important. Works great when the fish drop deep, or in lowlight conditions.

1/31/2015 12:00:00 am

Fish Flash So Bright The Fish Need Shades

by Steelie Don

These are great little flashers that put out a lot of vibration and flash. Use them for trout, salmon, and stripers. Use them 3 to 4 feet in front of a lure. I use them with a dodger fly combo for more flash and attraction when trolling with a downrigger.