Who makes their own inline spinners?

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  1. PunyTrout

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    Squid spinners circa 2017.


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    I had the most luck using these for Lakers and smaller ones for Brookies.
     
  2. hhlhoward

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    I was wondering about making some smaller ones. Did you make 3" or smaller?

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  3. Mr Burgundy

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    Stuff I twisted up today.. came out pretty good
     

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    Those are sweet! I wanted to make some like flies. Where did you get your tails from? I'm guessing they are about 3"?

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  5. Mr Burgundy

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    Yes I do make smaller squid spinners. Heres a few from last year
     

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    Did you make the ones with the hair like flies or did you buy them already made and slid them on the shaft?

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  7. Mr Burgundy

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    I made them after I saw them at a fishing shop. Just bought the collar and tied them like a normal fly
     
  8. hhlhoward

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    I've never tied a fly so I guess I'll have to check it out

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    Whipped these up today, will be throwing them on sat for so coho hopefully
     

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    Nice!

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  11. Mr Burgundy

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    Tnks. I think the green one will produce, fingers crossed
     
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    I have been trying out king killers by Wicked Lures. They don't have a wire, just a line and the weight is attached ahead of the spinner. I bought some skirts to try and make some. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with these style of spinners.[​IMG]

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  13. Mr Burgundy

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    Better not get a knick in the line, bye bye salmon!!
     
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    I'm using 40lb. Florocarbon. Haven't had a any bites yet to test it.

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