Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Walleye Angler® Spinner Blades - Chopper
- Maximum flash, vibration, and realism
- Effective in a variety of water conditions
- Stamped brass
- Holographic finishes
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fdelgado17 Chopper Blades Score As soon as I recieved my new blades, I tied up a few spinner rigs and hit my favorite walleye lake. Five minutes after dropping down a chopper blade i had a walleye. The deep cup on the end makes it spin easy. We were trolling at only 1.1 to 1.3 mph and the #3 blade was spinning beautifully. The #4 needed to go at at least 1.2 mph to get a good spin. The holographic finish really reflects the light and gives that real fish look in both color and shape as it spins. I will be buying more in the near future. May 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by dustin464 good spinner blade I recently bought this to make spinner rigs with and this is an awsome spinner blade for walleye. June 11, 2008
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Details:Don't pike and muskie like flashy things like this? I have some and I am just curious.
A:Spinner blades appeal to several of the fish's feeding mechanisms. The vibrations they give off can be sensed through a fish's lateral line, that radar-like organ that enables fish to detect the location and size of prey even in low-light or no-light conditions.
Color is another trigger, and today's spinner blades come in a virtual rainbow of color combinations. Blades also can give off sound, which is another way fish locate food. And when tipped with live bait or sprayed with an attractant, a spinner rig also provides a scent trail fish can follow.
Spinner-type baits seem to work best in bodies of water with good populations of fish or with very aggressive fish. Bass and pike are two examples of fish that can, under the right conditions, be very aggressive feeders and thus are very susceptible to flashy bladed baits.
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