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Pike-spinner


Pike-spinner

Small spinner for pike, 120mm long with two spinnerblades.


    Did you try it out already ? Can't imagine , that the willowleaf would spin that way , since these spin quite close to the shaft and the white body portion seems to stand in its way to move freely . Been there , done that , ......I ever had problems with them willowleaf blades:yes: ! Probably for such spinner construction a junebug blade would be better , but these only come in quite small sizes:? . greetz:yay: , diemai
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    NoiseyCricket
    Apr 30 2009 09:20 AM
    Hi diemai, thanks for your input. It spins great in the water, even at really slow speed. The front blade spins freely and isnt restricted by the body. The clevis holding the blade and the body is almost at the same level and the body got a radius in the front that gives the blade the angle it needs to spin freely. What I like the most is that the head wiggle from side to side, in a very xxx-y way :)
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    now thats a fish
    Apr 30 2009 12:24 PM
    Very clean and simple design!! No fuss w/ paint or tying hair??
    Hmm…Brilliant!! But where’s the fun in that.
    Cool design…good luck with it!!

    How is the rear blade (Colorado ?) blade attached, Clevis also? If so, how are you keeping the body from fowling the spin on that one?
    Eric
    @ NoiseyCricket Glad to hear , that I was wrong about my concerns.......and I apologize:yes: . Had too much trouble before about such blades not spinning:pissed: ! Your design makes up for a nice , unusual lure ,... with it's big eye and spinning blades it would surely look like a small minnow in the water:yes: ! greetz:yay: , diemai
    i like it! what are the head and body made out of?
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    NoiseyCricket
    Apr 30 2009 06:12 PM
    No problem diemai :) Awsome spoons and Asp-baits in your gallery. Will hopefully have time to get some Asp this year, powerful fish. Eric, sometimes less is more :) The fun is... beeing creative. I simply enjoy playing around with new designs, materials and manufacturing techniques. If a bait have paint or not isnt any issue for me (I probably paint too much anyway). The rear blade is attached with a clevis and spins fine in the water. I always use try and error... either it works ok or not. As simple as that.
    That is a very clever a sweet looking lure you got there:eek:. Hope it works out well for ya thanks, jacob
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    now thats a fish
    May 01 2009 12:00 AM
    Thanks for sharing…perfect site to be creative!
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    I love the simplicity!!! (no offence on the paint and hair deal). I checked out your gallery AFTER I posted…Holy Wupp’n BUTT!!! Thanks for the ideas!
    [FONT="]Eric
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    LooksLikeSinbad
    May 01 2009 12:12 PM
    This is really cool. Have you tried it for bass? Seems like it would work, maybe a smaller size?
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    LooksLikeSinbad
    May 01 2009 12:12 PM
    This is really cool. Have you tried it for bass? Seems like it would work, maybe a smaller size?