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Offline bassonthejig

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Inline Spinners
« on: 05/02/14 05:22 UTC »
A few inline trout spinners I made up! 




Offline MO QWACK

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Re: Inline Spinners
« Reply #1 on: 05/02/14 07:24 UTC »
Awesome!!  I would dare to say if you fished an in line and nothing else for a year you would catch more bass than everything else combined. They love in lines

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Re: Inline Spinners
« Reply #2 on: 05/02/14 07:51 UTC »
When I am fishing Lake Superior from the breakwater and having to cast, my first line of attack is a gold and orange spinner.

Here's one of mine.



That's a #5 blade and the body is 1/3 ounce. On 6 pound mono I can chuck this spinner about 160 with 6 pound using the 10'6" rod.

I also make this color along with spinners having a half-blade dip and a body dip like this using green and others using blue with the green and blue spinners being silver based and in a size 3. Coho, King Salmon and Steelhead are all over the three colors in the fall of the year.

Offline Fatman

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Re: Inline Spinners
« Reply #3 on: 05/02/14 09:41 UTC »
Nice looking spinners - been making my own for years and it's alot more fun catching fish on something you made yourself.