Blue Fox® Vibrax® Double Spin Spinners
The Blue Fox Vibrax Double Spin Spinners are loaded with strike triggering features that tantilize gamefish into attacking. Designed with twin blades for maximum flash and water displacement, the Vibrax Double Spin Spinners features a machined brass gear mechanism inside the machined brass bell to produce unbeatable vibration while helping to eliminating line twist. The Vibrax Double Spin Spinners' dressed VMC® Treble Hooks are extremely sharp and increase appeal. Plus, the skirted hooks are connected by a split ring allowing them to be interchanged with other double spin bodies. Includes proper size siwash hook; run two to four feet deep.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by krak look good in the water these look great in the water and they are very well built. can be fished very slow and still spin. February 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheActor Blue Fox Vibrax Double Spin Spinner I caught two nice white bass one right after the other a 15 inch and a 16 inch. I was using number 5 copper blades. November 26, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1Gill1 Blue Fox double spin spinners don't spin. I tried these on several occasions and they just don't work well as in-line spinners. The 2 blades actually prevent each other from spinning well. They act more like a spoon. I thought I might have received a defective one, but I made several casts with the other one I bought and got the same results. They do work ok as a propeller. Cast out and let the lure "propeller down" then reel it in a bit and repeat. The 2 blades do spin better doing this. April 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Phadrus Fantastic I love these double spinners. I have caught a number of bass on these lures to include a 7 lb one just yesterday. June 16, 2011
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A:Some states don't allow treble hooks for catching certain fish. The single is to swap them out (I think)
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A:the extra hook is used if you dont want to use the treble hook you can cut it off and use the single j hook. you put the end through the ring left from cutting the treble off. then you squeeze the eye of the j hook closed
Top 250 Contributor
A:I believe that you are able to switch them out if you know how to do it. So it is not actually supposed to be a trailer hook. It is good if you are in a place where you can have only a limited or certain type of hook, like where I live.
Details:I know that it can catch pike but what about tiger muskie?
A:#2 size is about 2" long without a tail
#5 size is about 2 3/4" long without a tail.
Details:i want to use it in a small river in virginia that is full of largemouth bass 10-15". did anyone catch any bass that size with this lure?
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A:I think that it could probably catch some fish even if it can catch pike. But maybe you will find a lunker out of them.
A:personally i think this lure is only for pan fish try a joes flies quarter ounce you can look it up on bass pros under the lure and look at my reveiw and u will see the resultss
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