Ctom, the cup is facing the right way, on a spinnerbait like that the cup has to face up, it works differently than an in-line spinner. Here is the issue, for starters the small bead you have under the clevis is fine, but you should have one above as well, they act as bearing to keep the clevis spinning free. The second problem is the blade is too small to spin that size clevis, a size 3 blade will work but it has to be retrieved at a really fast pace to get enough momentum to fully rotate. For that size 2 blade to work you would need that spinnerbait to be on .024" diameter wire with a size 1 clevis, I'd say .028" would work as well but that would be the largest diameter you could use and the reason is because of the clevis. A size 1 clevis has holes that are .030" in diameter so the wire has to be smaller in diameter for it to spin freely and it is obvious looking at your spinner that the clevis is too large, the blade doesn't catch enough water to spin that clevis around, think of it as a transmission slipping, the blade catches the water and starts to spin but the size of the clevis needs holds the blade back so instead of it spinning around the shaft, the blade "slips" and falls back behind and then it repeats. So what you get is the bottom blade wobbling but not turning, and I don't know what diameter wire you are using but I'll be it is at least .035" and you are proably using a size 3 clevis, if that is the case you won't get that small of a blade to spin, you need lighter wire and a size 1 clevis and adding weight to your spinner isn't going to help, you need a redesign. A size 3 blade with a size 2 clevis will work but again, you will need to drop to .031" diameter wire, you are using blades that sould be on a 1/8oz Crappie spinner on a 1/4oz bait using wire and hardware meant for blades 2 sizes larger, so you have to downsize the wire and hardware to make that work, sorry for the bad news.