YO-ZURI 3D Inshore Twitch Bait [Review, Tips, & Underwater Footage]

yo-zuri 3d twitchbait review

It’s lure review time!

Today we’ve got the YO-ZURI 3D Inshore Twitch Bait.

This is a great hard bait for fishing shallow water targeting redfish, trout, or snook.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • the top pros and cons of these lures
  • how to use them to catch more fish
  • and see some underwater footage so you know what the fish is seeing

Let’s dive in!

YO-ZURI 3D Inshore Twitch Bait Review [VIDEO]

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Let’s start off with the pros and cons of this lure.

Pros:

  • lifelike appearance
  • nice high-pitch rattle
  • great darting action

Cons:

  • hooks could be better (YO-ZURI has used better hooks in the past)
  • no wobble on the drop
  • price (more expensive than most lures)

As far as how to use these lures to catch more fish, it’s all about the retrieve.

They’re a slow-sinking lure with great darting action, so reel it in slowly (but quick enough to keep it off the bottom) and twitch it periodically to give it that darting action fish can’t resist.

Conclusion

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If you’re looking for a high-end twitch bait, you might want to consider the YO-ZURI 3D Inshore Twitch Bait.

It’s got great sound, great darting motion, and a lifelike appearance, although the hooks could be better, there’s not a ton of wobble on the drop, and it’s on the expensive side as far as lures go.

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Larry Stevens
Larry Stevens
3 months ago

Wyatt,
I apologize if my comments regarding your review were overly harsh. My only ask, and my primary expectation, of reviews on Salt Strong is that the reviews are based solely on objective criteria (e.g. quality of the hooks, sink rate of the baits, characteristics of the action, cast ability, and whenever possible head-to-head trials in real-life fishing situations) instead of which bait is more appealing to the human eye.

I thank you for your response to my feedback and look forward to learning more from you.

Thanks again,
Larry

Robert Stevens
Robert Stevens
3 months ago

Wyatt, Great review. I’ve been using Yo-Zuri twitch baits for years. I agree with you on the low quality of the hooks but I disagree with you on using it as a search bait. I use them with a quicker action and cover lots area. Also they can be used quite shallow with rod tip up. Another good point is the ease of casting in the wind, I find them very aero even in windy conditions. I also have found them to be a great choice for ones with limited fishing experience to use.

Larry Stevens
Larry Stevens
3 months ago

This is the first ever Salt Strong review that feels like a sponsored, biased review. This is extremely disappointing. You can get this type of review from any number of sponsored sites. Who cares which lure looks more appealing to the reviewer? If you want to review these lures, perform a test to see which catches more fish.

Adam Bailey
Adam Bailey
3 months ago

For the next lure review, please post the lure length and weight too. Thanks.

Adam Bailey
Adam Bailey
3 months ago
Reply to  Wyatt Parcel

Cool, thanks.

Ron Whetstone
Ron Whetstone
3 months ago

Good review Wyatt. I posted a comment on the YouTube channel but wanted to share on here also. This lure has the same body shape as one of my favorite tarpon and snook lures which is the Rapala Twitching Rap. Even though their shapes are similar the Rapala is made of Balsa wood and doesn’t rattle. I personally think the reason that its such a good tarpon bait is cause you can give it lots of action without having the rattle noise. There are two major problems with the lure though. First because its made of balsa it gets destroyed super easy. Second and worse is they don’t make it anymore. Because of this I have been looking for a lure to replace the Rapala but have not found one yet that has the same results. Maybe this will be it. If any members have one or more of these Rapalas they should try them out or better yet contact me and I will buy them if they are the right color!

Jerry Craft
Jerry Craft
3 months ago

Thanks for the review and the tips on the retrieval

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  • Weekly “spot dissection” videos that walk you through all the best spots in your area
  • Exclusive fishing tips from the PROS you can’t find anywhere else
  • Everything you need to start catching fish more consistently (regardless if you fish out of a boat, kayak, or land).
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