Spinners & spoons

Spinners & spoons

Spinners is the general name, but in Dutch we can call them blinkers or spoons. Perhaps the most famous lure, because it has been used by predators for generations. By pulling in a spinner lure it creates vibrations and glitter underwater which is irresistible for the predatory fish, because they think it is a prey fish. Some spoons rotate around their own axis and some spinners rotate around a metal rod.
They are often used for shallow waters such as ditches, streams or ponds. If you are going to fish for flowing or deeper waters, then a larger and especially (re)heavier spinner is recommended.
The small spinners are very popular for trout or perch fishing. The larger spinners for pike and pike.

Spinner species

You have spinners in different models.  The most common one is a single, curved, metal blade with a hook or treble behind it. But they are also available with a double spinnerblade, called a tandem spinner. Or spinners with a crankbait or softbait behind it.
Then there are also the spinnerbaits. A spinnerbait that originates from America, known from bass fishing. A spinnerbait often consists of a metal rod that has a spinnerblade on one side and a softbait on the back, usually in the shape of a kind of squid with one big hook. This combination makes it a very attractive meal for the predatory fish!
You have spinnerblades in very small size with a blade of 5mm to large metal blades of 10 cm.
Just like all other lures you can get spinners in many ways. And again, besides the normal turning in, an extra tap or a gear will give the predatory fish extra attention.

Tips and tricks:
1) Winter fishing with spinners? Then slowly bring in the spinner!
2) A spinner rod can prevent kinks in the fishing line.
3) Use a fluorocub underline with a swivel above it for fishing with spinners.

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Spinners & spoons

Spinners is the general name, but in Dutch we can call them blinkers or spoons. Perhaps the most famous lure, because it has been used by predators for generations. By pulling in a spinner lure it creates vibrations and glitter underwater which is irresistible for the predatory fish, because they think it is a prey fish. Some spoons rotate around their own axis and some spinners rotate around a metal rod.
They are often used for shallow waters such as ditches, streams or ponds. If you are going to fish for flowing or deeper waters, then a larger and especially (re)heavier spinner is recommended.
The small spinners are very popular for trout or perch fishing. The larger spinners for pike and pike.

Spinner species

You have spinners in different models.  The most common one is a single, curved, metal blade with a hook or treble behind it. But they are also available with a double spinnerblade, called a tandem spinner. Or spinners with a crankbait or softbait behind it.
Then there are also the spinnerbaits. A spinnerbait that originates from America, known from bass fishing. A spinnerbait often consists of a metal rod that has a spinnerblade on one side and a softbait on the back, usually in the shape of a kind of squid with one big hook. This combination makes it a very attractive meal for the predatory fish!
You have spinnerblades in very small size with a blade of 5mm to large metal blades of 10 cm.
Just like all other lures you can get spinners in many ways. And again, besides the normal turning in, an extra tap or a gear will give the predatory fish extra attention.

Tips and tricks:
1) Winter fishing with spinners? Then slowly bring in the spinner!
2) A spinner rod can prevent kinks in the fishing line.
3) Use a fluorocub underline with a swivel above it for fishing with spinners.

Read more