Colorado Blades vs. Willow Blades

6/10/14 @ 9:34 PM
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Billy Kats
Billy Kats
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What's your thoughts?
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6/17/14 @ 12:22 AM
ultramicro
ultramicro
USER since 6/17/11
Please allow me to introduce a gentleman who truly knows (and precisely expresses) much of the the deepest understanding that exists of spinnerbaits. I must admit, I've learned quite a lot from him...

http://www.bassdozer.com/articles/spinnerbait-blades.shtml

Good fishing! Smile

Edited on 6/17/14 12:35 AM
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6/14/14 @ 9:58 PM
ultramicro
ultramicro
USER since 6/17/11
I have to confess that I don't believe that both Colorado and willowleaf bladed spinnerbaits work "all the time". Most of the time, one style very clearly catches better than the other! And what about Indiana blades? In my limited opinion, Indiana blades are better for a dropping presentation (like running into a log or thick weed clump and then stopping the retrieve) than either blade style mentioned. Honestly, I've caught so many big bass on spinnerbaits with Indiana blades (usually by using a crank-and-drop retrieve very close to heavy cover) that I often find it hard to use any other style...

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6/11/14 @ 7:58 PM
centralwiwalleyeslayer2
centralwiwalleyeslayer2
USER since 2/15/10
so stuck in there way use both all year long

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