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HOW TO TIE CRAWLER HARNESSES

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A possible “Cabins Fever” cure or therapy for you folks who like to tie your own, or wish to lean the basics to tying your own spinners, a handy tutorial well worth a look.

http://dns.advnet.net/mkg/Article/HowTo.htm

I would recommend looking into MACKS Smiley blades as a blade option, they are a hot and a very versatile blade option.

Hope this it is of help to some folks who wish to lean spinners and spinner trolling tactics.

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Backwater Eddy, I've been to alot of Distributor shows and Macks Lure Co. and I get booths next to each other to help each other out. Yes the Smile Blades work very well as a spinner blade. I've also used them above a jig for Ice fishing and have caught walleyes, perch and northerns with them. It's unbelievable how they spin at hardly no speed whatsoever. They work great behind my Foam Walkers because they both work well at slow speeds. Their web site is www.mackslure.com, Take care, Bruce Mosher

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