Paxamus

Doc Shelton Blades

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Got a question,

I am about to put a bunch of spinnerbaits together using some Doc Shelton blades like the old Gambler ninja spins and I was wondering would you use a clevis on them or just thread them on the wire? I cannot find a good clear picture of them to tell.

Thanks

Paxamus

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Got a question,

I am about to put a bunch of spinnerbaits together using some Doc Shelton blades like the old Gambler ninja spins and I was wondering would you use a clevis on them or just thread them on the wire? I cannot find a good clear picture of them to tell.

Thanks

Paxamus

Not sure if it helps. but my Ford Fenders have clevises.

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Yes, you need a clevis, I've made, and have had success with those blades on a spinnerbait. Those blades won't produce a lot of vibration so they are best used in clear to lightly stained water, but they are effective because they produce a different flash and profile but like I said, you need to use a clevis.

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Yes, you need a clevis, I've made, and have had success with those blades on a spinnerbait. Those blades won't produce a lot of vibration so they are best used in clear to lightly stained water, but they are effective because they produce a different flash and profile but like I said, you need to use a clevis.

Thanks, I have made others but wasn't sure about those blades.

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