Saltwater fish everywhere love to eat Mackerel. Fishing the LIVETARGET Spanish Mackerel is as close to using live bait as it gets. The elongated body, intricate head detail, and wide wobble action, drive Grouper and Kingfish into aggressive assaults. This is the preferred pattern used by pros when trolling near shore. Expect to have some epic battles while fishing the LIVETARGET Spanish Mackerel. It will leave you wanting more.
Wanted to see first hand how these Lures looked. Very realistic looking. Trolled well right out of the box. Canâ€;™;t wait to try them for kingfish this Christmas when I get down to Florida. Used them in the lake for striper and to see how they appeared in the water. Look great and good action.
ProsAppearance, action, troll well right out of box
Always looking for lure that tuna hit. This is the one. Stands out above all the other lures used.
Quality realistic looking lure
August 19, 2014
Have only had 1 chance to use it so far and it didn't get bit but it was a really slow day. The quality of the components and the realistic paint job make it look like a winner. Just hope the next time I go out I have better luck tracking fish with it.
August 7, 2014
The Live Target Spanish Mackerel Trolling Bait Lures are top notch for Australian Fishing, Wether you are trolling for Tuna off the Continental Shelf or Trolling for Mahi Mahi or King Fish over Reefs or Dropoffs, just hold onto the rod as these things just get the job done non stop!!!
These lures are the closest to the real thing .I fish for stripers alot ,they hit extremely hard and fight like crazy. These lures not only look good but they hold up to back-to-back hard strikes.They have life- like action, and great color. My favorite lure !!
ProsStripe bass love them,looks very real, great swim action. Great detail.
what happens if you replace the trebles with single hooks? does the action of the lure change?
The action of the lure will not change enough to notice the difference when casting or retrieving. A lot of fisherman tend to use this method because it causes less harm for the fish when using a single hook as opposed to a treble hook.