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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-13-2017, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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They're EVERYWHERE !

Page 25 of the Jan 20 edition of the PON. There's a picture of a Native Brookie that was landed, and hanging from it's mouth is the famous White Bead Gold Spinner. Yep, they are everywhere. LOL
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The photo was taken by my brother Mark. I supply him with his spinners.
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They're worthless and don't work.
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-14-2017, 03:53 PM
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They're worthless and don't work.

Agree. I think the white bead is used by snaggers, when the bead is next to the fish, Frank rips and tears...
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They're worthless and don't work.
I can think of over 140,000 reasons why they are not worthless.
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When I can purchase or get 1 as a test drive I'll go with the Pcola's NITI-1.
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A reasonable substitute is the Bass Pro branded spinner available in copper and gold.
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When I can purchase or get 1 as a test drive I'll go with the Pcola's NITI-1.
It's still a little early to start the annual how-great-they-are Pcola's NITI-1 topic. Usually it starts in about late March or early April.
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You probably have the best - simple and they work well.. can i purchase an 1 pack sample?
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You probably have the best - simple and they work well.. can i purchase an 1 pack sample?
I sometimes use Nitis and there are times they work very well. However, they are extremely light so they don't work as well for me in deep water or heavy current. I do not believe in adding split shot to artificial lures as it impedes the action.

I'm a big believer in homemade spinners as most commercially made spinners are made from cheap wire and bend much too easily. There are a couple of exceptions of course.
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