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Under-Spin Hooks

Casey Ashley won the 2015 Bassmaster Classic using an "Under-Spin" matched with a White Junior Super Fluke!

Suspended bass can be a nightmare for many anglers. Whether they’re suspended due to a weather front or the time of year, they’re notoriously difficult to trick into biting. If you can learn to effectively fish underspins for bass, however...

Casey Ashley won the 2015 Bassmaster Classic using an "Under-Spin" matched with a White Junior Super Fluke!

Suspended bass can be a nightmare for many anglers. Whether they’re suspended due to a weather front or the time of year, they’re notoriously difficult to trick into biting. If you can learn to effectively fish underspins for bass, however, you’ll be able to catch more and bigger fish when other anglers fall short.

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  • Owner Flashy Swimmer

    FLASHY SWIMMER with Owner's TwistLOCK Centering-Pin Spring (CPS-patent pending) is a unique setup for rigging soft swimbaits, flukes, and other swimming plastics. The spinner blade is attached to a non-moveable weight that keels a rigged soft plastic perfectly for use as an ideal "search" bait. In lieu of spinnerbaits or crankbaits, the flashy swimmer can be used as an alternative to cover a lot of water in a short time. A multitude of presentations can be achieved by switching baits and the speed of retrieval. The added weight helps sink or "swim" the rigged bait down into the strike zone, while the blade adds a fish-attracting flash. The wire pivots where attached to the weight, but the design of the molded lead keeps the wire and blade riding horizontal during a steady retrieve. Attached to the wire is a #3 hammered nickel-finished willowleaf blade, rigged with a dual mini swivel. Other features include a TwistLOCK "Centering-Pin Spring" (CPS-patent pending) attached to the hook eye, an "open" gap for more positive hook sets, a XX-strong forged shank, Super Needle Point, and black chrome finish.