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Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2018
Started by Phil Fors. Last reply by carl hendrix Oct 23, 2016.
Started by Bill "Musky" Modica. Last reply by Bill "Musky" Modica May 3, 2014.
Started by Bill "Musky" Modica. Last reply by Jim Gronaw Jul 15, 2013.
Had success with Gills on three style spoons tipped with crawler chunks yesterday .Hus Lure , Kastmaster and Super Duper all caught Gills .
Yes Badger the Acme company also discontinued another of their successful ( for me ) baits, the Shad King Flutter spoon . It was a a real fine April lure when the Bass first start hitting decently .The small size Fjord spoon would be great for Gills I feel .I did once catch a 13" rainbow Trout on one a long time ago .
John: I had the same thought about the Acme Fjord spoon. Unfortunately Acme stopped making them. I have some of the Fjord Jr. and the tiny size Fjord spoons. I have had success on trout and panfish with them.
Anyone know where I can get Acme 'Fiord' Spoons?The smallest sizes should work great on Gills as they have a slender profile like the Blue fox Rattlin' Flash spoons .
sounds great Allen .Glad you joined Musky Mods group here !
I have size 3 Colorado blades in both diamond-pattern chartreuse, and hammered copper. I use both of these for my own in-line spinners. I put an 8mm chartreuse bead on the spinner's shaft as well. I also dress my own trebles.The in-line spinner I did this past Spring (actually two, lost one of them to a fish), with a copper Colorado, chartreuse bead, and green-dressed treble caught HORDES of aggressive 'gills and hungry LMB's.
Thanks Dick ,Chartreuse Blades worked well on Smallies on the Delaware River when it was muddied by rain . Copper and Chartreuse are both worth having .
John fishing muddy water can sometimes be overwhelming. Nothing more frustrating than trying to fish muddy water. It's a trial and error thing. What works in clear water often does not work in muddy waters. This is the time when we go to colors and vibration. John I have always had good luck with copper colored blades in muddy water. You will find Colorado blades to be a little better because they give off more vibration. So now you have the color of the blade with added vibration which helps in the fish catching process. I usually get my blades at net craft. They usually have a pretty fair selection. Hope this helps you in your thinking process it's something I've learned over the years and use it often.
Another good visual idea would be a big Chartreuse bead .You're getting me thinking Dick, thanks!
You are right Dick. Copper is a better choice in muddy water .I don't think I have any panfish sized Copper so I'll look out for them .I have Bass sized Copper Blades I switch out on Spinnerbaits but they are BIG!
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