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Sporting a non-deformable titanium wire with Snapback™ technology and QuickSkirt™ fast-change skirt system, the price of this Terminator T-1 Series Titanium Spinnerbait is easy to justify! Beveled-edge blades provide a crisp, fin-like flash not seen in other spinnerbaits, and the intricately detailed, metallized baitfish head provides added realism. Runs true out of the box--no need for re-tuning.
Worth the money
Ive had alot of spinnerbait shaft break so i wanted to try a terminator the titanium snap back design holds up all day
July 24, 2012
Possibly Best Spinnerbait I've Used
While slow rolling along the bottom of a lake I managed to wedge this thing in the split of a large branch. After some tugging and pulling I brought the entire branch to the surface with my spinnerbait still intact and unbent! And it still runs true. I also happend to catch a nice 2.5lb LMB the same night pairing it with a swimbait. Looking forward to seeing how this holds up against the Smallies this Fall.
June 7, 2012
Catches BIG bass!
The Terminator T-1 Spinnerbait is without question the best spinnerbait on the market. I prefer to use the all white color with silver blades, with an added 5 inch white Kalin grub trailer, for catching big largemouth bass on my home lake in Tennessee. So far this spring I have landed 3 big largemouth bass in the 3 to 4 pound range using this lure, in only two outings. This spinnerbait is well worth the nominal extra cost because it is a very well made, durable, high quality lure that consistently catches more big bass than any other spinnerbait I have ever used.
March 31, 2012
Expensive But Worth It
I started using the T-1s last year on my favorite smallmouth stream. Not only did I catch bigger fish but I caught many more, outfishing my friends using other lures. The blades are heavier, made of machined metal rather than thin, stamped metal like most spinnerbaits. The skirts hold up well (even after catching over two dozen good size pickerel). The hook holds well. I have landed nearly every fish that has hit this lure. Pike and largemouth like it as well. I recommend you pick up a few but at $9 a pop, make sure you tie a good knot!
October 28, 2011
I HAD ALOT OF BREAKES RIGHT AFTER THE BEND ON THE BLADE WIRE,ALSO LOST ALOT OF BLADES FROM THEM FLYING OFF! OTHER THEN THAT I LIKE THEM! IM NOT SURE IF MAYBE I GOT A BAD BATCH? I JUST BOUGHT A BONCH OF EM WHEN THAY WAS ON SALE, HAVENT USED ANY OF THEM YET
If you use a snap instead of tying your line directly to the spinnerbait, that will take a lot of stress off during the fight. After using snaps, I only broke one spinnerbait, and it was a Strike King fishing salt water. My terminators have held up well. You want a durable snap from Offshore Angler so that big fish can't straighten out the snap. But your Terminators should work well with a snap.
I have been using the T-1s for two years and haven't had any problems. I still have all the originals (except the one that got taken by a nice fish!) So far this has been the best lure I've used for warm water species.
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