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    Senior Member mrlindeman's Avatar
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    I just made these...

    And have no idea what they would be good for. Trolling, casting for trout? I just got bored and am thinkin they prob arent gonna be worth keeping.

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    Bro, what you have their should take trout or steel. Those are a variation on a Jed Davis design. This color plate, is from the 2nd Ed. of Jed's book:

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    Heck ya, i know i would catch steel on those. As long as they have a decent amount of weight the them they would be great! Clear water lure for sure.

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    try those on the north santiam this summer..drift them through some riffles n runs for sure
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    Holy crap! i definatly will now! thanks guys, i just wanted to try to make some spinners. They do have good weight to them.
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    good looking spinners.how long to make one start to finish

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    Good looking trout/steel killers right there!!

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    They only take about 3-5 minutes depending on how stuck I get trying to finish the ring lol.
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    I would use those in tidal water out here for Coho! They will catch steelhead and trout as well as salmon in the rivers. I love hammered blades almost as much as copper ones.
    Take me fishing and I won't complain, I won't mope, I will even do some chores around the house. Don't take me and you will wish I was fishing!



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