While other people are looking at the beauty of your spinners I'm marveling at the quality of your photographs. I wish my camera took photos like that. Wow!
I agree with Trout Traveler. If someone has recently fished through the area with spinners the action is going to be slow regardless of what spinner you are tossing.
I used to use a silver spinner with the red/white "Dare Devil" blade like in your fourth photo. The trout loved them.
I spent A LOT of time experimenting with settings and lenses on the camera to get them to look like this! Still not perfect, but getting there.
Last year I fished the Gunpowder and when I reached the end of the stretch I wanted to fish, I had 45 trout. Instead of getting on the trail back to the car, I decided to fish downstream back over the section I had just fished tossing some of these variations. I was able to get another 16. I covered the water on the way upstream, it's a smaller body of water that gets a TON of pressure, so I was pretty pleased with the additional catches. Would they have hit the gold/white one, maybe...probably...but they had already seen it, so who knows.
I made that red/white one specifically because we used to Daredevils on pike in Canada, and I wanted to replicate that in a spinner for pickerel...and trout...and bass.