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When reviews are made on here I compare products to other products I fish. When looking at this particular spinnerbait compared to a Strike King or a War Eagle, it lacks the quality in comparison. The positive aspect is that it is cheap in price, but you get what you pay for and the main issues I have with this spinnerbait is the skirt clumps up and changes form too easy. I also think it doesn't put out the same vibration as other double colorado blades do. If you fish enough spinnerbaits, you can see the difference.
December 27, 2011
Need good reflexes
Our local FFA ponds are fairly small, the fish are not. The second cast with this spinner got a 3+ lb largemouth to say hello. He must have told his friends, they kept hitting the lure. Great colors for Central Illinois farm ponds.
September 6, 2011
got 73 fish whith this lure i woke up a 530 was out at 600 from 600 till 1000 BOOM! catching fish left and right
July 16, 2011
Nice bait for bass
This bait works great for bass and maybe a turtle. The problem with this is that the line gets tangled in the blades when going through weedy cover. the bait works well when it wants. I caught a turtle by accident when it was swimming and it held up well on some 10 lb Berkley XL casting mono line.
the strike king spinnerbait white works even better I almost caught a 5 to 10 lb bass on that thing only thing I did not set the drag tighter.
June 14, 2011
when the fish are deep, you would usually go with a heavier weight. when they are shallow you would usually use a lighter weight. there are a lot of variables when choosing what weight of spinner bait to use. and remember, a Colorado bade sinks slower than a willow blade.
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