Topping the list of the 10 all-time most exciting redfish lures is a topwater plug, which takes reds over shell reefs in open bays, along jetties and in the surf. The Heddon Super Spook Jr. drives redfish crazy with its side-to-side action. One of the most entertaining days of redfishing I’ve ever had was out of Venice, Louisiana, with guide Bobby Warren. We left the marina at daylight and headed to an area known as the Wagon Wheel. We clearly saw the wakes of big reds that were feeding on the shallow mud flat in the incoming tide. I made a long, arching cast, and on the first twitch of the chrome-and-blue Spook, the water exploded. It was game on with 20- to 30-inch reds on just about every cast. I’ve caught reds from Mexico to South Carolina and can say from some pretty salty experience that the Spook Jr. will catch reds about anywhere you find them. The top colors are chrome-and-blue, spectrum and bone-and-silver. Tie this lure to your line with a loop knot, which facilitates the walk-the-dog action.