Northern Pearl Dace

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Lifelike Species No:  #1006


#1000 made for The Lifelike Collection 


+ Sinking - Swimming - Diving

+ Target for bass, pike and any game fish

+ Underwater Minnow

+ Highly detailed Minnow colour

+ Size 4.5 inches long

+ Weight 1 oz

+ Life-like details (minnow body shape, fish scales and 3D eyes/soft fins)

+ Species name on fish head

+ Rattle inside body

+ MNLC & Minnow markings on belly

+ Swimbait comes in waterproof collectors box

+ 2 sharp treble hooks with split rings and hook protectors

+ 3 segmented jointed minnow body

  • Mimics the natural behavior of a northern pearl dace swimming in the water

  • Perfect for enticing fish in clear water conditions

  • Ideal for casting and trolling

  • Great for both freshwater and saltwater fishing

  • Durable construction for long-lasting use

  • Made with high-quality materials for a realistic appearance

  • Suitable for anglers of all skill levels

  • Can be used in a variety of fishing techniques, such as walk the dog jerk bait, fast crank bait, and slow trolling

  • Provides a realistic presentation that attracts predatory game fish

  • Enhances your fishing experience by increasing your chances of catching fish

  • A versatile and reliable lure that will help you land the big one!

SKU:  NPD1006

The Northern Pearl Dace (Margariscus margarita) is a species of fish that is native to North America. It is found in the southern parts of Canada, including Ontario, Manitoba, and Quebec, as well as in the northern United States, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and New York.

As you mentioned, the Northern Pearl Dace can be found in various bodies of water, including:

  • The Mississippi River and its tributaries
  • The Great Lakes, including Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron
  • Hudson Bay and its tributaries

The Northern Pearl Dace is a small fish, typically growing to a length of 2-5 inches (5-13 cm). It is a relatively rare species, and its populations are often fragmented and localized.