MirrOlure MirrOmullet Review [Top Pros, Cons & Rigging Tips Video]

By: Tony Acevedo on October 15, 2018
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MirrOlure MirrOmullet top pros and cons

The MirrOlure MirrOmullet is a small profile topwater lure I like to use for inshore fishing.

It’s a lure that is made to imitate a finger mullet.

This is a solid lure for targeting redfish, trout, snook and even tarpon.

There are some aspects of this lure that I am not a fan of and I also like to make some adjustment to it before I rig it up.

In this review, I give you my top pros and cons for the MirrOmullet. I also show you the best way to rig this lure in the video review at the bottom of the article.

Note: We are not affiliated with any fishing lure companies. All our reviews are completely unbiased and independent. If you’ve used this lure, let us know what you thought of it in the comments!

MirrOmullet Specs

MirrOlure MirrOmullet Specs

Here are the specs to the MirrOmullet:

  • Length: 3″
  • Weight: 3/8 oz
  • Color Combinations: 16

The MirrOmullet is $8.49 per lure on the MirrOlure website. However, you can find this lure on sale in some places for $3-4 a piece.

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Top Pros & Cons Of The MirrOlure MirrOmullet

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In this section, I go over the top pros and cons I’ve found for the MirrOlure MirrOmullet.

Tops Pros Of The MirrOmullet

This lure offers some great advantages when on the water. These are the top pros I’ve found for the MirrOmullet.

Small Profile

The MirrOmullet is smaller than most topwater lures on the market today. This gives you an advantage in a couple situations. This is a good topwater lure to use when the fish are keyed in on small baitfish.

Good Action

This lure has a tight, clean walk-the-dog action. It’s really good for flat and calm conditions because the lure does not make too much of a splash when it’s worked on the surface.

Top Cons Of The MirrOmullet

This lure is not a good choice to use in some conditions. These are the tops cons I’ve found to this lure.

Not Great In Windy Conditions

This lure is not very effective in windy and choppy conditions. It can’t be cast far in the wind and the action doesn’t work very well in choppy water.

Not A Fan Of The Hooks

I’m not a fan of the standard hooks that come with this lure. When I get a new MirrOmullet, I change the standard treble hooks out with Gamakatsu Extra Wide Gap #4 Treble hooks. These hooks give me a better hookup ratio when using this lure.

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MirrOlure MirrOmullet Video Review

In this video, I give you my full review of this lure. I also show you the best way to rig the lure to your leader line to make sure it holds up against tougher fish.

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Conclusion

MirrOmullet Review

This is a good topwater lure to use in calm conditions or when the fish are keyed in on small baitfish.

This is not a good lure to use in rough conditions and the action will likely be altered in a negative way if you try.

I definitely recommend removing the split ring and using the lure with a loop knot when rigging it up.

Remember, all our reviews are completely independent and objective. We are not affiliated with MirrOlure in any way.

If you have any questions about this lure or how to use it, let us know in the comments section!

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David Wolf
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Tony,
Would you consider single hooks for this lure?

Luis Rodriguez
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Thanks for the review. I was using it with the ring so will definitely remove this and continue using it with the loop knot

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Nick

Great lure…good video. Something to try….I’ll sometimes use a slow steady retrieve just under the surface. It won’t have a lot of side to side movement,kinda like a doa mullet ,but mullet dont naturally have a lot of swimming action anyway except at the tail. It may not look like it’s doing much …a slight wobble here and there but I’ve caught a ton of snook fishing it that way.
Just something to give a try….

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Ignore that. I’ve never tried one of these mirrolures.
Had it confused w something else.
(need.a delete optionn here)😳

Steven Free
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So I see you don’t use the ole speed clip that you did a report on oh well to each his or her own I love the speed clip because then I can change out baits in a snap and they are super strong but I do agree with you in that the mirror lures hooks are not my favorite either but I have been using those inline singles on all my plugs now and really love them plus another advantage to that is the plugs all seem to be a bit more weedless then when I used trebled but to tell the truth I don’t really use alot of mirror lures even though I have a ton of them but maybe I should more because I know they do work anyways thanks for the report and all you do😁

Bill Clark
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great review. would you consider single hooks?

Michael Coons
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Good info as usual. Would you recommend single hooks?

Gary Rankel
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Good stuff, Tony………I really like the Trokar EWG trebles in sizes 2 or 4 depending on lure size. They’re a bit lighter yet super strong. They are expensive, however.