A couple pictures of the smallest of the small - Fire Fly. 1/30oz for flip drops in small streams with thick brush. Set in a riffle around a rock and watch them show up to grap it. Light tackle, not for casting any distance.
Here's another new one - call it a U-turn Rock Hopper. For Trout and Steelhead in deep fast channels below a cascade.
It's a prop spinner strung on 15# nylon coated cable. Has a reinforced bend (right angle of .051 inch stainless). A 16 inch drop on the longer side that's weighted with a couple of white quartz bars (1/2oz) that will slide and clack as they're drifted in current across rock bottom or trolled. The wieght should let the 4inch prop spinner ride low in water column. Cable loop at bottom to add more weight if needed.
Put a split ring attached, weedless Aberdeen in the dressed zonker tail. The weedless loop to keep the weighted cable end from fouling on the hook when cast. Other hook choices available.
True story, my dad was a WWII vet, bought our house on the GI bill, kind of guy. He kept a trunk up in the attic of memorabilia from the war and his early life. Some of the only pictures he showed me growing up, were from his trunk. I'm remembering the one's of him going to hunt deer in Pennsylvania with some of his army buddies after the war. Never forgot how much it meant to him. He spoke fondly of those guys as friends, even the last time I saw him alive.