Pretty cool spinner idea!

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I don't think it's a requirement but that is titanium wire! :shock:

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titanium is brittle. you'd be breaking them every time you bounced off a rock on a cast...
 
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k, not every time...


but just now saw that you included a photo that can't be seen...
 
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No. But if you just link it or upload it here it should work.
 
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I did. I think it has something to do with I-Fish. That Jenny is sure clever.
 
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I can't see any photo either! What kind of wire do the rest of you use? I got 25 feet of Stainless steel leader wire for $1.60. Is that a good price?

Oh yea, I got it in 1987!

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Looks cool, but (forgive me for being embarrassingly ignorant) what is crazy different?
 
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Yup it worked! I don't see the reasoning behind using titanium wire? Stainless steel seems to work great and is VERY cheap.
 
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Titanium wire is lighter than S.S. and harder to bend out of shape. It retains it shape/bend better than S.S. after a fish hits it hard.

At least that's what I've been told. I don't see a reason to pay the higher price for titanium though.
 
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