Bass Pro Shops® Spinnerbait Bodies

   

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1/4 oz.

White

5

Model:
CSBH14-012-5

3/8 oz.

White

5

Model:
CSBH38-012-5

1/2 oz.

White

5

Model:
CSBH12-012-5
Increase your catch rate by fashioning your own customized spinnerbaits with these Bass Pro Shops Spinnerbait Bodies. Designed with professional-quality heads molded onto razor sharp hooks, the Spinnerbait Bodies' V-bend wire frame to hold knots firmly.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by spinner bait I like to make my own spinner baits and these strike king blanks work very well, I paint red eyes on them and then fit a flowing skirt. A couple of nickel blades usually rounds out the bait. October 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good starter body These are a good body to start making your own spinner baits. If you regularly make your own baits then these bodies are probably not up to the quality you want. July 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product! These universal spinnerbait bodies are great for the people who what to custom build their own baits. This allows for the use of your own blades, swivels and you can keep the trailing arm whatever length you wish. June 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellant Body Why overpay when you can buy the components and build your own spinnerbaits. I have caught tons of crappie and bass on the 1/4oz size. March 4, 2008
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I received the KIT-SPIN-1/4, pack of 3, for Christmas. Have never used these before. Spinner on top and fish bait w/trailer worm on bottom. What's the best way to attach the line, for best action and results?
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That depends on what kind of line you are using. For flouro you need to use a uni knot or a San Diego jammer knot. For mono an improved clinch knot works best. For braid I would use a mono or flour leader by using a double uni to tie the braid to the mono or flouro and go with either knot above depending on the leader.
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just use your favorite knot. now if this has the double circle bend in the arm where you tie your knot, keep checking your knot, the knot tends to break off faster on these style lures, I don't recommend using swivels.
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