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October 13, 2012


Rick Vogelbacher

Love this post. I have a tackle bag full of small in-line spinners. Mainly use them on pan fish during the summer, but will have to try them this fall to see if there is some success to be had. Get well Brian. Your bud up north.

Big Indiana Bass

Thanks Rick - would be interesting to see how they do on those natural lakes. If you think of it in terms of a finesse spinnerbait, when you get atop a windblown weed flat or a good windblown shoreline, just throw it as far as you can with the wind and start winding across the flats. I would have to think that it would catch some bass in that situation. If you look at some of the older posts, I actually catch quite a few largemouth every time I pull them out in the fall.

Rick Vogelbacher

I'll let you know if I give it a shot. Fishing time has been scarce this fall so far. Hopefully it will change soon.

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