Hard plastic swimming is one of the most successful lures for one simple reason: the larger fish consume smaller fish. Some tackle companies have adopted this concept to develop it to the point of Yo-Zuri. Some years ago, Yo-Zuri proved that it was no one-hit-wonder with the Pins Minnow that has become the norm when the bite is big but the prey is small.
Yo-Zuri Pin’s Minnows are standard floating lures that have been fishermen favorites for more many years. Pin’s Minnows are made of a strong molded body and a polycarbonate lip. Its natural colors and holographic finishes entice all kinds of gamefish. And the tight jiggling action makes the lure the perfect choice for casting and trolling.
This lure excels in fast-flowing water and fast retrieves and also does well when jerk and paused. Pin’s Minnows will plunge up to two feet. I suggest casting 2-3 / 4 “1/8 OZ version on a light reel with a medium-sized rod, and a complementing thin super line. You can tight the line directly to the bait’s line eye to get the best action from the lure.
The pin’s Minnow is an extremely versatile lure that can be used to target both freshwater and saltwater species. It is available in different choice of fish enticing holographic foil finishes. This bait is designed with a durable mold body plus stainless steel rings that allow it to withstand the toughest fishing conditions.
Yo-Zuri Pins Minnow is very flexible baits that are useful in streams and lakes, including structures and open water. This lure produces tight jiggling action while trolled to produce more strikes. And its ultra-modern holographic foil finishes give the bait a natural appearance. It has a sturdy molded body and stainless steel rings and very sharp trebles for fast penetration. The following are some of the features of Yo-Zuri Pins Minnows.
Yo-Zuri Pin Minnows can handle any species, even if the quarry you are targeting is powerful and have bad intentions, with these lures by your side, you don’t have to worry. It may be small in stature but it would be a great mistake to underestimate its power.