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#11325145 - 01/05/16 05:34 PM School me on underspins
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Registered: 02/18/06
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I went out and bought some after the Classic last year but hardly gave them a try.

Not so much interested in the make as in the type of retrieve you use-slow roll, higher up in the water column for suspended fish, what speed, etc. Gonna go out Thur and give it a try-just looking for some pointers.

Thanks for any help.
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#11325167 - 01/05/16 05:50 PM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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Very versatile bait. Fish it anywhere in the water column in a variety of ways. Experiment with it. I have caught a fish jigging it in a tree. IMO you really can't fish it a wrong way, it just depends on whether that's what the fish want to bite that day.
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#11325169 - 01/05/16 05:51 PM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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#11325351 - 01/05/16 07:20 PM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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ere is one that we use a lot out here in Georgia and it's on during the winter months especially. I usually tip mine with a Keitech swimbait (the ones with ribs), in a blueback color. We usually sit out in about 70' of water and throw them up and across ridges topping out about 20' deep with brush on top. The colder the water the slower we fish. Almost always let it go to the bottom and then slow roll/bounce off the bottom and thread it through the brush.
http://www.captmacks.com/shop/sworming-hornet-fish-head-spin/
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#11325383 - 01/05/16 07:36 PM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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Put a #1straight shank hook on the cupped side of the blade. You will catch way more fish.


Edited by James Biggs (01/05/16 07:36 PM)
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#11325792 - 01/05/16 10:29 PM Re: School me on underspins [Re: Frank the Tank]
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Originally Posted By: Frank the Tank
Ordered some, thanks for the info.

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#11326194 - 01/06/16 08:35 AM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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Those look really good ......thanks
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#11326201 - 01/06/16 08:38 AM Re: School me on underspins [Re: Frank the Tank]
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Originally Posted By: Frank the Tank


this is also a surprisingly weedless bait. I fish it in timber with very few issues, and I mean through tree tops, and it comes through. The spinner below acts like a keel to help it ride up over branches because of the flexibility of the arm the spinner is on. Usually when you pop loose from banging a branch is when you get bit.
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#11326203 - 01/06/16 08:38 AM Re: School me on underspins [Re: Bob Smith]
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Originally Posted By: Bob Smith
ere is one that we use a lot out here in Georgia and it's on during the winter months especially. I usually tip mine with a Keitech swimbait (the ones with ribs), in a blueback color. We usually sit out in about 70' of water and throw them up and across ridges topping out about 20' deep with brush on top. The colder the water the slower we fish. Almost always let it go to the bottom and then slow roll/bounce off the bottom and thread it through the brush.
http://www.captmacks.com/shop/sworming-hornet-fish-head-spin/


So that's how your catching them spots .... hmmm

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#11326616 - 01/06/16 11:33 AM Re: School me on underspins [Re: kirbydog]
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This a a good bait throw it anywhere very snag prof only fished A few thimes with them but looking forward too learn more about them
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