Prey Minnow X-Tough

The Prey Minnow is the first soft bait released in our new X-Tough 12X material, developed to withstand the bites of the oceans toothiest predators. The X-Tough material is buoyant, super tough, and resistant to sliding down the jig head, which means more time fighting fish and less time changing lures. The design brief for the Prey Minnow was to create a super realistic fleeing baitfish profile. The result is a slick, streamlined, natural presentation that we believe will become our most versatile lure. Available in 4 sizes and 6 colours to cover an array of situations and species, from fresh water creeks and lakes through to the salt, estuaries, rivers, bays, inshore and offshore. A few twitches of the rod tip has the tail flicking and the lure darting from side to side like a frantic baitfish and the predators hunting it down. 



Jerk bait


80mm, 105mm, 160mm, 220mm


Light through to heavy


Fish through all depths and around structure.




Twitch and pause to fast retrieve to imitate baitfish. Find bait schools and work lure around them.


ultra light to heavy spin and baitcast

Prey Minnow Primary Target Species
An extremely versatile selection covering most species with some main targets being Kingfish, Snapper, Flathead, Bream and Bass.

Other Proven Prey Minnow target Species

The Prey Minnow is a proven magnet for Mackerel, Trevally, Barramundi, Mangrove Jack
How and Where to use the Prey Minnow

The jerk bait is and inshore special and can fished anywhere that holds fish. Fish with as light a weight possible to maintain a natural action while still reaching the depth of bait of structure. Vary the retrieve with a few twitches and pauses to fast bursts to imitate wounded and fleeing baitfish.


  • ‘Match the hatch’. Try to use a size as close to the size of bait in the area. Big fish will still hit the small and medium sizes lures especially if that is the size bait they are feeding on.
  • Experiment with different colours on the day.
  • It is important to rig the lures nice and straight on the jighead. A poorly rigged lure will spiral and not swim naturally.