Dredge & Teaser Baits

Fish Razr offers a complete line of tournament-grade dredge and teaser baits for anglers who want to build their own fishing teasers and dredge baits. Proven to increase results, dredges and teasers are a must for offshore fishing. With the development of new technologies and advanced artificial baits, anyone can easily pull a dredge. If you’re still not ready to pull a dredge, a spreader bar keeps the fish close to the spread. Spreader bars are easy to use. They stay on the surface and can be easily tied off to a cleat and hand-lined in when a fish strikes close by.

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Our collection of fishing teasers is designed to bring more fish to your boat. Our Mud FlapZ is great for catching marlin, StripZ and StickZ baits are a must for sailfish, and the InciterZ is perfect to easily lure in meat fish.

When you’re out on the open water, it’s important to have gear and tackle that can easily be dragged in and out of the water. Our collection of dredges and trolling teasers can easily be adjusted, and when paired with our spreader bars, you can maximize efficiency to catch more fish.

Our Experienced Team

The crew at Fish Razr has years of experience on the water. Our pro anglers are dedicated to giving you the best when it comes to fishing teasers, premium trolling lures, complete dredge kits, under hull teasers and stencils, and more. Our collection of saltwater tackle and gear has everything you need. So, whether you’re looking to restock your tackle or find something new, the team at Fish Razr is here to help.

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How do I choose the right deep-sea fishing teasers?

When you’re running dredge baits, what works one day may not be productive the next. The performance of trolling teasers can vary widely depending on where you’re fishing, the species you’re targeting, the weather, depth, and many other conditions. We recommend having a well-stocked tackle box so you can make adjustments as you go.

A simple trick for choosing teaser bait is to research your prey’s feeding habits and use lures that resemble their preferred food. The art of choosing bait can take a lifetime to master (if you’re lucky). Pay attention to the success rate of your bait, and eventually, you’ll start to develop an instinct for choosing the right fishing teasers for the current situation.

What are the benefits of using a dredge?

Simply put, more bait attracts more fish. Dredge bars make it possible to load up a variety of teasers and baits so you can mimic a school of baitfish that’s irresistible to your prey. A large spread naturally catches a lot more attention than a single lure. Most tournament anglers around the world use dredges for targeting billfish when trolling.

What’s the difference between dredges and spreader bars?

Spreader bars offer similar benefits as dredges—you can use more teasers and baits simultaneously—but they’re a little easier to handle. You can tie them to your boat’s cleat or outriggers to keep your fishing teasers away from the boat and on the surface. Once fish are teased near the boat or hooked on a line, then hand-line or reel them close to the boat.

What color teasers should I use?

As a general rule, in darker, murkier waters, use fluorescent and holographic dredge baits that really stand out. In clearer waters, go for lighter colors. Of course, those are just general guidelines, so feel free to experiment. Every region seems to have a preferential color, but blue, pink, green, and red are routinely used worldwide.

Some anglers also swear by lightly colored trolling teasers on sunny days and darker teaser bait during evenings and when it’s overcast. Long story short, the best color lure depends on who you ask and when you ask them. Use fishing teasers in a variety of colors, and pay attention to which are most productive. Use that data to inform your next decision, and repeat.