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When running spin n glows for lakers how long are your leaders behind dodgers, spin Drs., and cowbells and are you measuring from the front of the lure or the back of the hook?

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10 or 12” flasher: I like 32” to 36” from flasher to fly or spin n glow.

8” spin doctor: I like a 24” to 28” length back to fly or spin n glow.

32”-36” also works from the snap on a cowbell to the spinny.

Rule of thumb is 3 x the length of the paddle back to the lure.


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On all my leadcore rods I use 25’ of 29lb flouro.

On my flies and spinnglows I use 40lb Big game mono.




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24-28” is standard when running them behind cowbells (which produces better than dodger/ flashers when fished correctly).


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24-28” is standard when running them behind cowbells (which produces better than dodger/ flashers when fished correctly).


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Anyone ever try the big "00" spin n glows for lakers 50 years ago the only lure I used was the 6 inch Williams Whitefish with the white vinyl tail on the hook . That was a big chunk of hardware saved sorting through a bunch of small fish. Actually I still have a box of those replacement hooks which I was thinking of trying on some largish Spin n glows zeros and double zeros.

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Never seen, heard of, or used the big “00” spinnies. I take kids with me often, so I like all the action I can get. Sounds like a good piece of gear for tournaments for sure.


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I used the large OO spin n glos thinking that I would avoid the little lakers and catch the biggest fish but ended up catching the smallest of the day with them. the biggest lakers we catch are on peanuts or small spin n glos. I have used the OO spin n glos behind dodgers for kings in front of the peirs in the fall. they worked but the kings ripped the wings off them

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