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tied by hook-line&sinker
Fly Type: General Freshwater,
Target Species: Freshwater Bass,
Recommended Region: Southwest US,
Imitation: General Baitfish,
Material List:
1 foot of heavy mono 12lb+
2 good quality barrel swivels
1 spinner blade any shape or size
1 pre-tied fly (any streamer, wooly booger or clouser will do)

fly tying thread
superglue or head cement


Tying Instructions: Thread the mono "figure eight style" through the hook and smaller swivel with the larger swivel being in the middle. You should end up with three passes through the middle swivel. The middle swivel should be slightly closer to the hook then the swivel on the spinner blade side to allow clearance for the spinner blade to spin freely. With the middle swivel offset enough run the loose ends of the mono back through the middle swivel to lock it in place. Now using your fly tying vice to hold one end of the rig, use tying thread to lash down the mono on both sides of the middle swivel about 1/2 inch on each side, this should build in enough spring to keep the fly and blade apart when in the water. Superglue the thread to the mono and repeat the process at both ends and trim off the tag ends of mono.
Presentation Tips: Use it like any regular spinner-bait.


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