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Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 7:51 am
by Mike and Pike
A very unique vibration. And they can be worked slow or burned well.

Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 11:07 am
by Randingo
Awesome looking stuff, Mike and Pike! Do you sell any of those musky creations?

Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 10:07 pm
by Mike and Pike
Randingo wrote:Awesome looking stuff, Mike and Pike! Do you sell any of those musky creations?

Thanks for the complement. I do sell them.

Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:39 am
by williamjbrett
I'm relatively new to freshwater fishing (6 months experience in Eastern Massachusetts) and have been using 3/8 ounce spinnerbaits to target largemouth bass in a shallow (average 3 feet deep) slow moving heavily stained river. Having best results using a brightly colored white or chartreuse/white skirted jig with a double Colorado blade or a Colorado and Indiana blade combination. Willow blades don't seem to work, possibly because of the stained river water or because they run too deep. At any rate, I'm a believer in spinnerbaits, having caught largemouth bass up to 5 pounds (14 inch girth), chain pickerel up to 22 inches in length, black crappie, and yellow perch on these lures.

Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:45 am
by djd
Throw a Colorado / Indiana blade combo a lot in rivers or a single Indiana blade spinnerbait. Everyone throws a willow/willow around here or a colorado /willow. So the combinations I throw don't get seen very often.

Re: Spinnerbait guys: different blade configurations

Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:33 am
by mark poulson
djd wrote:Throw a Colorado / Indiana blade combo a lot in rivers or a single Indiana blade spinnerbait. Everyone throws a willow/willow around here or a colorado /willow. So the combinations I throw don't get seen very often.


I use the same blade combination, and I add glo paint to the cupped side of the blades to make them more visible in dirty water.