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I plan on buying a couple Booyah 1/2 oz double willowleaf spinnerbaits, to use to match the bigger shad in the spring.  My question is would i be able to slow roll that weight/blade combo, for the colder months?  Usually I hear of people using 3/4 or 1 oz with only 1 willowleaf.

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90% of the time I use a 1/2 oz spinner baits and 90% of the time I slow roll it   8-)

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You will be able to slow roll that bait. However with that blade

configuration you will not be able to go "as slow" as you would

with Colorado blades. Colorado blades provide more lift.

JT Bagwell

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itll be fine for slow rolling as long as u wanna run deeper with it. if your gonna use it in real shallow water then u might wanna go with the colorado blades as someone said already. the willows will run probably 2 feet deeper then  a colordo will when slow rolling.  imo

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As everyone said you can slow roll with that weight. My question would be what depth are you looking to fish? That might make a differnce in how effective that weight will be. If you are looking to slow roll on the bottom in 15-20 foot, it would be more beneficial to go with a heavier weight. If your looking to slow roll on the surface over vegitation or in shollow water, as memtioned a colorado blade would help.

Secret Weapon lures is coming out with a spinnerbait designed to slow roll on the surface using willow leaf blades. I'll have mine next week and report back. Or with their interchangable blade system, you can use a lighter head and put on a big blade to keep it closer to the surface.

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