Thanks for the link John.
I've probably got 10-12 flutter spoons banging around, lures I've picked up among other lots.
If I'm able to use my canyak in the future, I'll be dragging them around some of the funnel points I've discovered.
I did catch a few on spoons at the end of last season, before the Great Knee Blowout.
Hi John. I landed 2 small browns and didn't photograph them. I'll have to take a camera with me next time. I caught some pretty stocked rainbows and browns in their fall colors a couple of trips ago. I have some on my cell phone that I could text to you.
Welcome aboard John to fishing electronics. I was amazed at what my own personal finders could do but I had no idea what exactly they were capable of. Hopefully we can learn together so we can maximize our potential on our finders and fish catching abilities..
hey John;; you need quills in the 7 to 9 inch range buddy;; or longer if you can find them. that way;; you can use a heavier jig;; or what ever you want. you want the quill to stand up straight in the water;; thing is about a quill float;; if a fish comes up from underneath; and takes your bait;; the quil will LAY DOWN!! set the hook!! besides;; its just real fun to watch that quill;; shake; run a little;; then shoot down like a torpedo!! theyre not real good for casting;;;and something you have to get use to!
If it's the one I think you're talking about, yes, it's one of mine. Size 3 copper Colorado blade, various brass beads on the spinner shaft, and a treble hook that I dressed myself. I've since worn most of the marabou off that hook. I've tied a couple more; just need to put them on the spinner.
John that's really not necessary but I do enjoy music. I hope you can use them and if you have something you need made up let me know. Remember I'm still a beginner but I'll do my best. Enjoy my friend and GOOD FISHIN....