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The last few seasons local guides and anglers have been adopting a technique that has been very popular on Pacific Northwest rivers for many decades.
I'm talking about using large spinners for trolling, using on anchor or simply casting.

Although trollers have been using these spinners in the Vedder canal for many years, it is a technique practised by few.

Just thought I would introduce the new Spinners I am selling for fall salmon.
These proven fish catchers were made famous on the Rivers of the pacific northwest by some of the top guides in Oregon and Washington.

I and other local guides had great success last year catching all species of salmon with these type spinners.















I have limited numbers of these spinners left as most have gone to local guides, if you call quick I can reserve some for BCFR members.

You can fish these on anchor with a boucing betty style weight on a dropper , troll them anywhere on the Fraser or tribs (deadly for coho and Chinook) , or simply cast them using a small weight and leader(which we creamed Vedder summer Chinook doing, Fall whites will kill these things.)

Go to www.bentrods.ca for all our contact information.

Or call my wife Danena at 604 845 9892.

have a great fall guys.
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Those are some nice looking fluted blades Bent Rod. The fluted blade is very underrated in my opinion. A number of us old timers have been fishing spinners at anchor in the Sumas for the last 40 odd years..so its not new to us. It can be (actually is) a very effective technique. You still don't see alot of people doing it. What we all strive for is a blade that revolves at minimum revs..you want to be able to count the revs.... one... two... three.... and a nuder one.
 

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rod u got some nice stuff there, jeez. Coho like frog water! Springs like deep runs. I think the green and red will produce best, yellow will be good for chums and blue, the coho will like those. nice spinner. If i land a fish with one of those in its mouth this year atleast i'll know who hooked it previously, i'll give u a call and u can have ur spinner back.
 

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For those interested please PM me or try my Email(which I answer daily), I can get into details on pricing through that avenue.

These are size 7 and 8 blades and they are slow motion thumpers as Rivahman said. Revolutions per minute for optimum Chinook fishing is 128 revolutions, according to spinner and Chinook GOD Bob Toman. These are the blades that guys use to get that spin.

There will also be some now available at some Fraser Valley tackle shops for the big push of salmon about to come. ;)

On the Vedder we actually fished them under floats and try hard to get them to swing low and slow, Chinooks would often take them on the hang.
 
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