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Hello, I was curious if anyone on here are making any home made spinners. I believe Franktroutangler was making them. I’m interested in purchasing some from guys who make their own. Thanks
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There are are members here that make real nice looking spinners. If you look back through previous posts you can find them without much effort. Once you find them send a PM and see if they have any for sale... I bet they do.
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Hello, I was curious if anyone on here are making any home made spinners. I believe Franktroutangler was making them. Iím interested in purchasing some from guys who make their own. Thanks

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https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/53-...-spinners.html
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Hello, I was curious if anyone on here are making any home made spinners. I believe Franktroutangler was making them. Iím interested in purchasing some from guys who make their own. Thanks
I've bought spinners off Frank and they are very nice.
I don't believe he post on here anymore. I think he can be found on Facebook,
according to what someone told me. I think his last name is Nale.

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JasonC makes some nice looking spinners also....
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Hey, sorry for the late reply, I just came across this post. I make spinners, virtually all with French blades. Give me a few days and I’ll take some pics of what I made so far and get them to you. What are you looking for exactly? I’m going to order some more blades and bodies as my next venture will be into inline blade spinners. I can’t remember names off-hand but there are a number of other members on here besides Frank that make spinners as well. And in my honest opinion, they’re much better than mine.
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Checkout CritterBusters website.
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nationalpike, why not search around on tips to make your own? The internet has an enormous amount of info on it. It’s much much cheaper, it’s fun, and you get the opportunity to make any style, color, weight, etc., you could possibly think up. Don’t get too caught up in colors or looks, it’s often the presentation, flash, and/or turbulence that cause a reactive strike.

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where are you guys getting your components on-line for making spinners? This is something I've thought about doing for a little bit now & think I'd like to at least try it.
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Hello, I was curious if anyone on here are making any home made spinners. I believe Franktroutangler was making them. Iím interested in purchasing some from guys who make their own. Thanks
Got some from Frank a number of years ago. They are outstanding!!
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