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Does anyone do well with SK spinnerbaits or is it just me? A lot of them aren't cheap either, 7+bucks for some of their sb's. Recently I have started buying other brands and there are a lot I want to try, I probably have a 100 of the SK ones and I'm thinking of selling them.

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I've done well with the new Hack Attack spinnerbaits this year. They're $5 online at Academy right now. I've been doing best with a white one with an small orange Colorado blade and a larger copper Colorado blade that I swapped out with the gold Oklahoma blade it came with.

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Thanks boss, what's the water clarity on the lake your throwing those colors?

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Flooded, couple 2 or 3 inches maybe. 

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Went to War Eagle and never looked back.Love the 3/8 ounce and there mouse color.They run true and have top quality parts.

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I own War Eagle spinnerbaits also, many of them as they r top quality baits. And I catch fish on them, I own some other brands also. Decided to sell the SK's, gonna get them listed on Epay.

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8 hours ago, TxHawgs said:

I own War Eagle spinnerbaits also, many of them as they r top quality baits. And I catch fish on them, I own some other brands also. Decided to sell the SK's, gonna get them listed on Epay.

Try selling them here first. 

 

Do you have any midnight specials to get rid of? 

 

Allen 

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I like the Kvd finesse spinnerbaits. I use them on pressured lakes given the right conditions ( usually a little wind) and have great success on them. I like to use shad or bluegill imitating colors

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@TxHawgs ~ Yes. 

A-Jay

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You know @A-Jay, I will admit that I never read that write up until now, but being a spinnerbait junkie, I have always believed in the burning technique. It even works in the dog daze of summer when the water is so warm you'd think that the bass were deeper in their winter haunts. All your advice from downsizing blades to adding weight to trailer options are dead nuts on.

 

Well written and some great advice for the novice and experienced spinnerbait fisherman alike.

 

 

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Just now, Jigfishn10 said:

You know @A-Jay, I will admit that I never read that write up until now, but being a spinnerbait junkie, I have always believed in the burning technique. It even works in the dog daze of summer when the water is so warm you'd think that the bass were deeper in their winter haunts. All your advice from downsizing blades to adding weight to trailer options are dead nuts on.

 

Well written and some great advice for the novice and experienced spinnerbait fisherman alike.

 

 

Thanks @Jigfishn10 ~ I appreciate it.

A-Jay

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I haven't bought one since I discovered War Eagle.

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I have some thirty to thirty five year old Strike Kings with the straight lines on the blades .

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I read @A-Jays write up a few months ago and ordered a few burners. Caught me some really nice bass including my personal best of 5.5lb. they do tend to not swim straight after a few nice catches but other than the terminator t'1 I dont see any other spinner that always runs straight.

 

im also a fan of the strike king tour grade night spinner.

 

i bought a lot of them on tw's black friday sale, 30% off strike king products and i took full advantage of it.

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48 minutes ago, YoTone said:

I read @A-Jays write up a few months ago and ordered a few burners. Caught me some really nice bass including my personal best of 5.5lb. they do tend to not swim straight after a few nice catches but other than the terminator t'1 I dont see any other spinner that always runs straight.

 

im also a fan of the strike king tour grade night spinner.

 

i bought a lot of them on tw's black friday sale, 30% off strike king products and i took full advantage of it.

Cool ~ 

Congrats

A-Jay

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When someone post that they are having trouble catching fish most everyone recommends slowing down . Speeding things up is often the right move  .

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I pretty much fish exclusively with SK spinnerbaits, mine are quite old, got them back in the 90's and since I seldomly loose one they have lasted me, the couple of things I've done are sharpening the hook and replaced skirts.

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