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Picasso makes a cool spinnerbait with an Indiana main blade and a willow kicker. In my mixed condition fisheries here in Tulsa, seems like it would be a good fit. Can't find ANYWHERE what size blades they're using. Indiana blades in particular are hard for me to size. Any ideas?

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If you have a Picasso spinnerbait, measure the blade and start calling blade companies. Tell them the size you have and see if that matches their size blades. If not go on to the next company. Can find a lot of this by looking on the i-net. Eventually someone will have a blade close to what you want.

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17 minutes ago, cadman said:

If you have a Picasso spinnerbait, measure the blade and start calling blade companies. Tell them the size you have and see if that matches their size blades. If not go on to the next company. Can find a lot of this by looking on the i-net. Eventually someone will have a blade close to what you want.

You're right. Just wanting to make a small quantity, and was hoping someone would have a Picasso lying around and could give me a ballpark. I don't happen to have one on hand and that model isn't sold locally.

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Be careful when using size charts.  Not all companies use the same size charts.  The blade manufacturers do not have a standard when it comes to sizing.  A size 6 from one manufacturer may not be the same length as a size 6 from a different manufacturer or company.

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1 hour ago, JBarlow said:

Be careful when using size charts.  Not all companies use the same size charts.  The blade manufacturers do not have a standard when it comes to sizing.  A size 6 from one manufacturer may not be the same length as a size 6 from a different manufacturer or company.

 

Found that out the hard way myself.

 

Allen

 

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