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Multi blade spinnerbaits #13456562 03/01/20 06:34 PM
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Referring to the Evilution line of spinnerbaits. Theres the Evil V 4x4 (4 blades), the Evil V4x6 (6 blades) and the
Cyclone (also 6 blades). Kind of like a mini A rig. On T Whse they are getting very good reviews-wondered of anyone
has tried them and what they think.

I have tried throwing an A rig and its just too much weight and bulk for me, don't find it a fun way to fish. Are these the
answer?

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Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: kirbydog] #13456612 03/01/20 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by kirbydog
Referring to the Evilution line of spinnerbaits. Theres the Evil V 4x4 (4 blades), the Evil V4x6 (6 blades) and the
Cyclone (also 6 blades). Kind of like a mini A rig. On T Whse they are getting very good reviews-wondered of anyone
has tried them and what they think.

I have tried throwing an A rig and its just too much weight and bulk for me, don't find it a fun way to fish. Are these the
answer?



I use the blue gill colored one at home it reels heavier than a spinner bait but it does seem to work pretty well, I honestly dont throw it often but when I do it seems to work. I have the 4 blade.

Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: kirbydog] #13456922 03/02/20 12:27 AM
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Strike King use to make a spinnerbait called the Quad Shad. It sucked but I should have known as soon as I saw Strike King on the package.

Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: kirbydog] #13457030 03/02/20 01:59 AM
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I had a few from a company called Red Dirt, they worked pretty good but I hated picking the grass out of 4 blades instead of 2. But that's just me being lazy.

Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: JCBfromTHF] #13457341 03/02/20 02:14 PM
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Originally Posted by JCBfromTHF
Strike King use to make a spinnerbait called the Quad Shad. It sucked but I should have known as soon as I saw Strike King on the package.


I used to catch a ton of fish on this blade.


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Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: ChanceHuiet] #13457591 03/02/20 05:09 PM
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Strike King use to make a spinnerbait called the Quad Shad. It sucked but I should have known as soon as I saw Strike King on the package.


I used to catch a ton of fish on this blade.


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Re: Multi blade spinnerbaits [Re: kirbydog] #13457608 03/02/20 05:22 PM
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Well dang never mind the banjo minnow either then.


Haha actually Sam Rayburn fish. Used to throw it in the canyons over grass and catch alot of fish.


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