Radtke's Pike Minnow
Muskie - Bass - Walleye - Northern Pike
Coho - Stripers - Bluefish - Weakfish - Tarpon

Features Fishin' Tips Order Friends Sport Shows

The Radtke's Pike Minnow is a one of a kind lure that actually has two actions in one.  Not only does it swim left and right, but it also has a slight rolling action which causes the lip to reflect light into the water.  This unique combination of actions make the Radtke's Pike Minnow a one of a kind lure that works well in freshwater and saltwater alike.

 Available in two models.  2-Piece 7" & 3-Piece 8 3/4" and 22 colors.  This lure is sure to work perfectly in any situation of fishing. 

The bendable lip enables you to adjust the action of the lure.  Bend the lip to nearly a 90 angle and the Radtke's Pike Minnow will run right below the service of the water and have a wide sweeping action.  Bend the lip up towards the nose and the Radtke's Pike Minnow will run in deeper water and have a tighter action. 

The Radtke's Pike Minnow has so many more features.  Click Here to learn more.


Gale Radtke with 58 1/2" 52# 6oz
St. Lawrence Muskie

Legendary muskie fisherman Gale Radtke has spent the majority of his lifetime hunting and promoting the fish of 10,000 casts. 

He began muskie fishing in the 60's and four decades later is still going strong. 

Up until leaving the teaching field, Gale would spend countless hours making and painting each lure by hand.  That was the advantage of being a Wood Shop Instructor. 

In 1973 he gave up his career in teaching to purchase "The Landing" on Little Green Lake near Markesan, Wisconsin so he could spend more time doing what he absolutely loved to do, muskie fish. 

In 1978 Gale commercially produced the very first Radtke's Pike Minnow.  The first molded prototype was made of a pearlized plastic with a black stripe down the back made by a magic marker.  After only 20 minutes of testing this lure, Gale landed a 36" muskie on the raw product.

MMV
 
Radtke's Pike Minnow Co
10696 Stoney Point Dr.
Delton, MI  49046
Bill: (269) 998-5541