Spinners can be all shapes and sizes - walk down any aisle of a fishing department and you're sure to see a big selection of blades, bodies, styles and brands. Wicked Lures steps out of the box a bit to offer a different presentation and a deadly profile.
Nick Amato, the editor of Salmon Trout Steelheader, got out with James Beasley (owner and designer of Wicked Lures) to do some testing and filming. The result was a bunch of quality steelhead caught, and some excellent footage to go with it.
In the video below, James Beasley breaks down the technique of casting these spinners for salmon and steelhead. Listen carefully and you'll pick up on a style of spinner fishing that can absolutely rock!
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