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Jamie De Vera

Night time spinnerbaits

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42 minutes ago, MOONlite said:

great discussion.  many people don't understand the impact of blade shape, weight, size, material, color, finish, and cup form.  add personal preference to all this and spinnerbait choice gets very complicated.  and it seems the fish sometimes prefer different blades on different lakes.

i wasn't aware Pickens made a colorado blade.

Craig is another who knows a thing or two about a night blade. And Pickens isn't a true Colorado blade, it's like a Colorado/Indiana hybrid

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On 5/26/2017 at 1:08 PM, Jamie De Vera said:

Pork chunk or rage craw?? I take it you don't fish it like you normally would?      

I use a pork chunk 90% of the time. 11A black & orange. Ive been trying a rage craw a little & have caught some. I generally slow roll it on or near bottom. If i start getting bites on the initial fall, then i do the lift & drop.

 

10 hours ago, MOONlite said:

great discussion.  many people don't understand the impact of blade shape, weight, size, material, color, finish, and cup form.  add personal preference to all this and spinnerbait choice gets very complicated.  and it seems the fish sometimes prefer different blades on different lakes.

i wasn't aware Pickens made a colorado blade.

I had a few hammered gold ones. Only got 1 left now. Can't find them anywhere.  Emerald makes a good blade too. So does hoppys.

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7 hours ago, basskicker said:

Here's the differance between a France blade on the left and a Picken's blade on the right..KIMG0915.jpg

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Any style blade will catch fish. The rounder the blade, the more vibration you get & the easier it is for the fish to find. I have caught fish on all of them. You can fish the hybrid design slower & deeper than a true colorado blade tho.

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