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Most productive spinnerbaits

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I have been fishing a lot for the last few months and I still haven't caught one fish on a spinnerbait. I see people talking about how good they are and how easy it is but I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I can catch fish all the time on soft plastics but not spinnerbaits. Which are your favorite spinnerbaits? Ex. Booyah, Strike King....and which colors?

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i like the terminator spinner baits...in the natural colors...the white/shad color works well...what blade combos are you using? booyah has a good selection of color and blade combos also...white will cover most conditions...if you dont have wind and the water is clear you are probably better off using something else...

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There are some good articles in here to help you out with using spinnerbaits.  I really like using War Eagle, but booyah, terminator and strike king work well too.  What type rod and reel are you using?

As far as colors, I use white and chartreuse, white and red, chartreuse, fire tiger, and gold with a brown skirt, and black at night.

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Keep throwin it, u will catch em.   Personally, I've caught a ton of fish on the wal-mart $1.00 spinnerbaits.  

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I use white or chartreuse in muddy or stained water. I stick with brown,red orange,green, pumpkins in clear water. As a matter of fact, I keep a large variety of extra skirts in all natural colors for clear water.

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if your fishing clear water maybe go down a size and use willow leaf blades

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The water is stained and I have thrown mainly white and chartruse skirts with willow leaf blades. I have a Daiwa Megaforce reel with a 6'6'' Bass Pro Tourney Special Medium Heavy rod.

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