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Spinnerbait Preference

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Next Sat. I'm going to be fishing a real big tournament on a lake that I'm not fimiliar with at all.  I went to practice fish this past Saturday but on managed out about 5 lbs all day.  A friend of mine told me that I needed to be fishing on bluffs between 15 - 20ft.  with a 3/4oz black/blue jig.  He suggested doing this with a spinnerbait too.  What is your preference on fishing 3/4 oz spinnerbaits?  The lake is usually murky to clear (2 - 5ft) visibility. Really rocky.  So what do you suggest on getting big spinner down like that.  Big blades, little blades, gold blades silver, blades, etc...........

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I like the 1 oz. spinnerbaits from Gary Yamamoto Custom baits. The selection

is kind of limited, but the baits work great. I like using baits with a small colorado blade on the front and a willow blade on the back. Usually I use baits that have painted blades, but I do use gold and silver as well (depending on the sun and water).

Go to www.baits.com If you would like to see a picture of the

spinnerbaits that I use. My favorite is the Chart/White color.

JT Bagwell

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Stanley Wedge Plus

Colorado silver/Willow gold

White or Chart/White

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Ledgebuster Single Willow Blade

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I've had success with the Booyah Blade in double coloradoes in a blueish/chartruese/white color.

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