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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #15 on: 01/10/19 17:33 UTC »
Just a perch... Thanks.

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #16 on: 01/10/19 18:11 UTC »
Is the similar vibe jig pattern a perch as well?


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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #17 on: 01/10/19 18:31 UTC »
Yes, Same color paints etc... Weird how pics differ in different lighting and cameras.

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #18 on: 01/10/19 18:44 UTC »
Huh... (the bars definitely lend to the perch pattern, but I never would have guessed based on the drab tones)... I think it kinda looks like an 'eye as well, though not as much as your spins. 

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #19 on: 01/10/19 18:46 UTC »
I actually rushed the paint job on the tail spinners.... I normally add some orange on the fins or belly to set it off... The fish don't care, So it's not important to me when they are going into my box.

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #20 on: 01/11/19 20:19 UTC »
Clevis I use that allows you to change blade




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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #21 on: 01/11/19 21:47 UTC »
I have about every type of changeable blade clevis's, Including those and I have not found one I like. None of them spin like the clevises I use. 

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #22 on: 01/12/19 02:17 UTC »
21xdc the ones you use are the same that I use but I carrie some with the second clevis when I need to change things up on the fly.

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #23 on: 01/12/19 17:35 UTC »
Ok guys thanks for all the input but I'm still eyeballing the blade on the jig from the article.
I'm thinking that the wire goes through the blade and there's no clevis? I've blown the photo up but just can't get a good look.
I'm thinking it's a "in line spinner blade"? maybe they won't work or may work better but I'll bet someone here well educate me.
Thanks Mark
« Last Edit: 01/12/19 17:40 UTC by MT204 »

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Re: Tail spins.
« Reply #24 on: 01/12/19 18:11 UTC »
I have made those years ago.... I had problems with the hooks tangling on the shaft and blade.... Maybe the "in-line" spinner blade would be better.