Variety package of four Top Strike spinners. Two gold and two silver spinners with #6 and #8 treble hooks. Each spinner weighs 1/4oz -- just light enough for streams, just heavy enough for rivers and lakes.
Classic no-nonsense spinners at the best price possible.
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Perfect for trout and bass. Panfish won’t know what hit ‘em. You’ll be ready to catch brookies on up to big’uns. Get your fillet knife ready.
Oklahoma blade emits three flashes: one from each bend, and one from the creased centerline. Hammered pattern scatters even more light.
Spinner & propeller blade combo rotate rapidly to create vibrations that both you and the fish can feel. Aggressive fish can't resist striking.
All metal components. The silver parts are a durable stainless steel and the gold parts are brass. These lures will last until you lose them.
Gold blades for darker days & muddier water, silver blades for sunnier days & clearer water. Super luminous finish for maximum visibility.
Each bag has four spinners: two with a #8 treble hook for trout in shallow streams and a #6 treble hook for larger fish in deeper water.
Conventional wisdom says that if you’re fishing a creek for trout, you should cast your lure upstream and retrieve diagonally downstream.
However, there are many benefits to casting downstream when creek fishing,
There’s a lot to learn if you're just starting to fish and knowing how to put line on a reel is up high on the list of essentials. Although it’s simple to do, spooling fresh line on a reel can be confusing, but we’ll get you casting in no time flat.
Working your bail and spool while making long and accurate casts can be big fun. But those casts don’t always make sense. Sometimes more finesse is required if you want to get your lure in more difficult but less-fished locations.
When’s the best time to fish? If you love fishing, the only bad day is the one where you aren’t on the water. But there are certainly better and worse conditions for catching fish, and countless variables that can be considered.
If you plan to keep your catch, you’ll want some way to bring it along as you continue fishing. DIY fish stringers made out of cordage are cheap and compact, so it’s worth keeping a couple of them with your other fishing gear.
They say that nothing worth having comes easy, and this is certainly true when it comes to catching fish. Learning how to fish is anything but easy. And yet, once you get the hang of it, fishing becomes more than just fun.
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