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    Default Multispecies on Beetle Spins

    Threw around one of my go to lures on evening, a 1/32 oz chartreuse beetle spin. This was only my second time fishing this lake so I wasn't sure what to expect. On my first trip I saw a couple nice bluegill and redear sunfish, but wasn't able to get them to bite. This time it was a different story. Had a good amount of consistent action all day with some beautifully colored male bluegill.


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    Beetle Spin does what a Beetle Spin does!
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    If you can find them, try the Betts Spin. I like the colors better, the spinner keeps the jig down at the end better, and the plastic and jig head aren't as wide as the beetle spin.

    Beetle spins have caught tons of fish.

    Sent from my moto g(7) using Crappie.com Fishing mobile app




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    Betts makes their beetle spin in a 1/50 Ounce model. Throws well on my TSS with 2 lb test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmoopie View Post
    If you can find them, try the Betts Spin. I like the colors better, the spinner keeps the jig down at the end better, and the plastic and jig head aren't as wide as the beetle spin.

    Beetle spins have caught tons of fish.

    Sent from my moto g(7) using Crappie.com Fishing mobile app

    Thanks. I'll be on the look out for them.


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    Don't want to clutter up the board with a new thread so I figured I'd add this video here. Basically the same exact type of fishing on a different lake with much different results.


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