Increase thump, flash, vibration and the overall appeal of your favorite jigs by fitting them with the Bass Pro Shops® Jig Spinner with a Colorado Blade. Well-balanced wire frame with closed coil line tie allows you to use snap-locks while the swivel works to eliminate line twist. Plus, the Jig Spinners give you more versatility since they are easy to attach and easy to remove. Colorado blade.
Item advertised is the bass pro jig spinners in #1,2 or 3 however am not familar with these numbers.....don't want the spinners like for beetle spins, want larger as the 3/8 oz spinnerbaits...is this them or do they exist ?
I use these with 1/8oz & 1/4oz round head painted jigheads, usually black with white or yellow eyes. I use size 3 blades on the 1/4oz jigs and size 2 on the 1/8oz jigs. I rig 3" grubs on the 1/4oz and 2" panfish tubes on the 1/8oz jigs. I fish ponds and lakes in New England and have caught big LM bass, crappie, panfish, perch and pickerel on this rig. It's inexpensive, versatile and easy to use.
I use 1/8 oz. but it depends on many factors--depth you want it to run, speed of retreval, the length you need your cast to be. My advice (gathered over about 55 years of fishing). The 1/8 oz. gives you 20 to 25 yards of cast ability and running depth is controled by the speed of retrevial.
I just bought the H & H redfish jig spinners online, its a bigger profile, the largest jig spinners i could find. mostly I use 1/4 and 3/8 oz jig heads. The jig spinner are mostly small size 3 was the biggest until i found the redfish spinners, I put a size 5 xps willow leaf and a Colorado blades on these. I would recomend that you find the long shank ,wide gap jigheads for these.... I use these for pike fishing.Hope this helps,
well panfish such as crappie like bright colors suchas a chartreuse or lime green pink or somethingsuch as that yellow orange and the size is up to you but id say something smaller since crappie are generally notthe biggest...depends on where youre fishin becasuse you know youre places where yougo better than I
i like the smaller sizes for crappies. they will catch more fish,and also get the big ones to bite, too. color will vary depending on water clarity, weather (bright or cloudy) and the type of forage fish the crappies are feeding on. the 2" tri-color crappie grubs are great fish catchers and just about every color works. pick the colors you have the most confidence in and maybe add a few wild-card colors to try when the bite is slow. rig on a 1/32- 1/16 oz. jighead.
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