If you didn’t know that the top bass-fishing pros still ride the Smithwick Devil’s Horse to victory each year, you might think it’s just too “dated” to catch fish. Every year, however, the Devil’s Horse is credited on the weigh-in stage as the winning lure in multiple southern tournaments. The propellers at the front and tail of the lure can be adjusted to throw more water and work slower, or bent back for a quicker, quieter retrieve. The Devil’s Horse simply catches fish because it creates action without moving forward far, so you can work a fish a long time and simply tease it into striking.
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