Joe's Flies Short Striker Series Lures
Without a doubt, the Joe's Flies Short Striker Series Lures are a must have for every angler who chases trout, smallies, walleye and steelhead. With their mirrored-polished Colorado spinner blade thumping hard and premium quality hand-tied fly, these Short Striker in-line spinner flies are second to none when it comes to tempting and tantalizing big fish into a strike. Plus these in-line spinner flies have a trailing treble hook attached with 30 lb. test stainless steel wire so short strikers are hooked and not missed.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Okie15 Works like a Charm I have used these lures for several years catching trout. Last trip out caught my limit in 10 min. August 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by trophylad They Work These spinners must be the best kept secret for panfish and trout. They always seem to work and get hammered quickly. You will notice the fish almost always get hooked on the little stinger treble hook, that seems to be the ticket for short strikers. These little trebles can also be some what of a pain - they will stick in cloth, skin, grass, and anything else in reach, so be careful and you will like the way they catch fish. August 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rlock Always work I have used Joes Flies spinners since 1965. They never fail to catch trout, rainbows and brown trout even an occasional largemouth bass. They catch fish when nothing else is working. The light cahill are great from mid March to late April then move over to blue dunes and green woolies. They are just the best trout spinners you can get. April 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Matt58 Great stream trout lure! I recenly returned from a trout fishing trip to one of Missouri's state trout parks. Shortly after the horn sounded, I caught 5 nice trout on these lures! I highly recommend these short strikers because trout often hit a lure short. All 5 fish were caught on the second "trailer" treble hook. These lures are quality made and are highly detailed to catch the eye of a finnicky trout. I ordered several more today! September 19, 2011