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    Default Need inline spinners

    Anyone making inline spinners? I need some small ones below 1/16. Please send me a pm and tell me what you have. Thanks
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    I can make them in a 1/32 but cant send a pic here anymore since they changed everything around.....lol....in any color...either with a single or prop blade....

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeetbum View Post
    Anyone making inline spinners? I need some small ones below 1/16. Please send me a pm and tell me what you have. Thanks
    They are super easy to build. Worm weights form Walmart are the cheapest and honestly make better spinners than any commercial body I have tried. Round nose pliers from hobby lobby for loop forming. Lurepartsonline has great selection and best prices for the following. #3 blade for 3/16 or 1/4 ounce weight. #2 blade for 1/8 oz. #1 blade for 1/16. 6mm plastic beads work for all three. 1/8 inch hollow metal bead for bearing. #2 clevis for all three sizes. No.12 barrel swivel. VMC round bend treble hook of your size choice are cheap and good. .031 preformed wire shank is my choice. Spend a little extra on the premium blades. I like silver or gold plated. Gold reflects the most light and Silver is next most reflective. Hook tubing of choice of color or you can tie the hook with fur or feathers which i hate doing. I have just started painting the body's but i do NOT think it is necessary.

    Here is a #3 blade and 3/16 oz body with a 4X treble hook for stripes. Stripes are bad about straightening lightweight hooks. I like a little larger hook for crappie but lighter wire. In fairness, these were made on a Hagens commercial wire former i bought several years ago but i have made my fair share with a pair of needle nose or round nose pliers. This one weighed in at 0.31 oz. Name:  1559517522410.jpg
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