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Can someone explain what the front would be would it be the close to the lead head? or the last blade? any pics of a similar bait would be nice thank you and sorry for the basic question 

 a Gold Colorado Blade on front, in a #3-4 size, with a # 4 or 5 Willow Leaf

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The 'front' blade is closest to the lead head and the 'back' blade will be one the end of the wire.

Here's a small Colorado blade on the front with a larger willow leaf blade on the back .

 

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A-Jay

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12 hours ago, A-Jay said:

The 'front' blade is closest to the lead head and the 'back' blade will be one the end of the wire.

Here's a small Colorado blade on the front with a larger willow leaf blade on the back .

 

large.59a3447a20089_strikebackspinnerbait.jpg.8adf86e9d2925ae706210ec5f5fdc41e.jpg

:smiley:

A-Jay

Any advantage to this style than double willow or a single Colorado?

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1 hour ago, GoneFishingLTN said:

Any advantage to this style than double willow or a single Colorado?

Each blade type & configuration offers different qualities.

Knowing what they are & how that can benefit each presentation can be helpful.

 Here some info from the BR articles section . . 

https://www.bassresource.com/beginner/spinnerbait_bass_fishing.html

https://www.bassresource.com/fishing/spinnerbait_bass_fishing.html

There is quite a bit more on spinnerbaits available there as well.

:smiley:

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