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Hmmm....inline Spinner Trailer

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Ok, I was eating my pancakes this morning and I had a thought suddenly whoosh into my head.

 

That being....hanging a large inline spinner, on the back of a swim jig.   Like using an inline spinner as  swim jig trailer.

 

Hmmmm...

 

That's really only the extent of the amount of thought Ive put in to this.

 

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switchblade jig?

Nope....Im thinking taking something like a Mepps or Blue Fox spinner, Maybe a No. 5, and just hang the whole thing on the jig hook.  put the jig hook right through the eyelet of the spinner and secure it.

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Man, you need more sleep or something... :eyebrows:  Kidding, kidding, but the spinner might fall off while casting.

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Man, you need more sleep or something... :eyebrows:  Kidding, kidding, but the spinner might fall off while casting.

Hence the term...."secure it."

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So, essentially, give the jig a bladed, dressed, treble stinger hook.

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They Make a few swim Jigs with a Willow blade on the hook, I think War Eagle makes it....Or Hart, I have never used it myself but sounds like a good idea as it would be a spinnerbait/swim jig hybrid, I would think they would work well.

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They Make a few swim Jigs with a Willow blade on the hook, I think War Eagle makes it....Or Hart, I have never used it myself but sounds like a good idea as it would be a spinnerbait/swim jig hybrid, I would think they would work well.

those are called switchblade jigs

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I played around with a blade on a jig for a little one day but didn't catch anything. I found a shop by my house that sells all kinds of part for wire type baits insanely cheap. I ended up getting a bunch of stuff and messed around with some lures. I did make a ridiculous amount of inline spinners for a friend and it cost like nothing and was extremely easy to do. I would never actually pay for one again after that. Not to mention he said mine caught more fish and I can make it custom.

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