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Cousin ITT or CanCan dancer

Here's a picture of our biggest Muskie spinner (so far). Weighs 1 3/4oz, probably 2 ounces when the skirts get wet and 8 inches long.

Is it a propeller headed Cousin ITT or a sexy Can Can dancer?

#7 Gold fluted Willow (nice and thick) Black bullets separated with gold discs - #2/0 stacked Treble - two silicon skirts on nickel weights.



Getting back on track, I'm gonna catch a 50 inch Musky at Pinewood Reservoir out here in Colorado this year!
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Re: Cousin ITT or CanCan dancer

Looks nice! I love rubber skirts on inlines. I bet that heavy blade helps hold the spin coming into boatside manuevers better than those cheap thin ones do. How deep are you expecting it will be able to fish comfortably? You guys got the deep clear lakes out there right?

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Re: Cousin ITT or CanCan dancer

Not many lakes in Colorado, big reservoirs and some smaller basin lakes. They are clear, but the muskie aren't stocked in those to my knowledge.

This one, is first 1 3/4oz we've done. Its never very comfortable fishing 2oz lures,, pain in the back. Its little 1oz brother (the squid) caught this big Chinook in the Puget Sound surf yesterday in Washington.



Very proud our spinner caught this 'sweet' fish.
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