H&H Lures Redfish Jig Spinners
Bigger is Better !
I have not used these yet, Due to the Ice on the lakes.
I bought them for a bigger profile lure. I pike fish and the problem i had was the size 3 jig spinner was to small and my blade was always hitting the hook and wearing the finish of the blade. or the blade arm would break off due to the vibration of the large size blade i would put on them. With these jig spinner i feel with the larger wire gauge size and larger profile i will no longer have these problems.
February 23, 2011
Work Fairly Well
These are pretty good spinners... the only thing I don't like about them is the wire. Obviously a heavy gage is needed for redfish, but I feel that the end of the wire (where you thread the hook) is too thick and doesn't allow the hook to orient itself correctly. I put my largest jighead on and I had to work it for a while to get it on correctly.
That being said, these do catch fish when paired with the right soft-plastic.
July 26, 2010
Great to see these
Comboned with a variety of jig heads and trailers this is a fantastic addtion to any anglers gear, You can fish deep or shallow by rigging with different jig head sizes. Also because the lures are easy to rig no need to take up space in a tackle box with rigged spinner baits. Well worth having, sometimes these simple lures can save a fishing day.
December 3, 2009
Reds Luv Them
I fish redfish on these spinner baits in southern Louisiana. I have found the 4 and 41/2 to be the best sizes for me. The redfish love them when rigged with a 1/4oz jighead and your favorite soft plastic. The only problem I have had is that these bend very easily. I would like the arms to be a little stouter. Overall, the redfish love them.
May 18, 2011