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    Default Spinner flies

    1/32-1/16-1/8oz lure bodies with swiss swing blades on. 026 wire with quick snaps.
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    Them is to cool.very nice inline spinners.

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    where do you buy your blades , those look real good

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    Very nice!
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    Good looking idea and maybe even add a lighter one if you wanted to, like 1/48 Oz.

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    I have had these blades for 20 years. I don't think this brand is available anymore. There are similar shapes in some catalogs.
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    where do you buy your blades , those look real good
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    Nice looking spinner rig.
    I use a similar rig with a propeller spinner.
    I use these when slow trolling as the spinner will turn at very slow speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z520tom View Post
    I have had these blades for 20 years. I don't think this brand is available anymore. There are similar shapes in some catalogs.

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    Some swing type blades are available at Netcraft (painted and silver) and at Barlow's (smooth brass and chrome). I've not seen many of the Swiss Swing scaled blades for several years.


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    Skip the weights I listed were the weight of the lure bodies as listed in Do-it catalog. I have since weighted the entire spinners and they weigh: 1/16, 1/9 and 1/7oz. Sorry I didn't get that stated the first time.
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    Good looking idea and maybe even add a lighter one if you wanted to, like 1/48 Oz.

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    Looks great I bet they would be a killer combo long lining.


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