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I picked up a dozen Lyn Marr Pomme Spinnerbaits in a bargin bin,99 cents each.What is best way to fish them ?There are no instruction on package.Looked them up on computer and it said Reaper tail is a must.I heard you have to get wire leader just right to make Gurgle/Gurgle sound right.Any tips on fishing this bait?

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The Pomme Special spinnerbaits I remember buying (mid 70's to early 80's) were a farily heavy half ounce or so short arm spinnerbait with a fairly large single or double Colorado blade. The spinnerbait had a closed eye and there was a 3 inch piece of spinnerbait wire attatched to the closed eye. You tied your line onto a loop formed on the other end of the wire. It was a spinnerbait with a very short wire leader that came already attatched. So, yours don't have the wire leader attatched and they say Pomme special on the packaging? How strange. Anyway, no big deal, you fish them like you would any other spinnerbait. Buzz em, wake em, sub surface, slow roll, etc. The point is they were invented by a Missouri company, intended for fishing on Lake Pomme de Terre

Anyway, Pomme has a muskie population who will occasionally hit a spinnerbait and instantly snap the line. The short wire leader was a precaution against that.

Mar-Lynn recommended that Reaper as a trailer because they originally designed and manufactured the reaper and it worked as a good all purpose bait and trailer. Reapers are good jig tralers on Power Head jigs as well. (We're talking old school here, Mid 70's to early 80's Fishing Facts Magazine, Harold Endsley, Virgil Ward era)

Basically, you got some bargain bin spinnerbaits and ou can fish them any way you want. They say Lyn Marr on the packaging? I remember the company as Marr-Lynn. Maybe one of us be dyslexic, and it's probably not you. Anyway, that's what I remember about the Pomme Special spinner baits, hope this helps.

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