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Cliff Wagenbach

Infiltrator spinners

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Yesterday I received an Infiltrator Walleye spinner kit in the mail.
I tied up a few spinners and my clients and I used them today under tough wind conditions .
We drifted using the Infiltrator Spinners with minnows and crawlers as bait.
We caught over 60 walleyes in 6 hours!!
These spinners are simply amazing!!
They work at such a slow retrieve it was hard to believe.
If you haven't tried them yet you should.
Cliff

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[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 06-21-2002).]

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pwaldow123
i got it for father day i did told wife that i want it for father day and i was surpise she did ordered it and we did use it on father day and WOW my wife, 2 year old and i did caught 8 walleye under 3 hours and keep 2 i did not even use trolling i just let boat drift i alreay love it thank you for let me know about it

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Shad,

I've been pulling these all summer and I have yet to find something that will outfish them. Good to see that you have enjoyed them as much as I have

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I had to give these a try also. I used them on mille lacs last week and was pleased. they did catch me a few but lindy rigs out produced them. I like they way they spin at ultra low speeds.

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i have use it at aitkin area lake and i know that lake well and it will take long time to catch walleye but change everythings i use infiltrator spinning rigs and i did catch 10 walleye so i keep only dinner fish(3) wow i love it i told my friends about it ihope they order it

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