Monday, 10 August 2020
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The Best Spinnerbait Blade Types | Bass Fishing

Glenn: Hey folks, Glenn May here with BassResourcecom, and I'm here with Hank Parker with another edition of Hank Parker Fishing Tips

This week's question, Hank, it comes from Sean from Chicago, and he wants to know why do spinnerbaits have different styles of blades? Hank: Well, good question Just for a rule of thumb, the ol' Colorado blade, the first blade that I've ever seen on a spinnerbait is a deep cup, rounded blade and it offers a lot of vibration An Indiana blade is kind of a reduced, elongated version of a Colorado, but it doesn't have near the vibration, but it's got a little more flash than does a Colorado blade And then the Willow Leaf, the elongated, pointed Willow Leaf, it doesn't have much vibration at all but a lot of flash So that Willow Leaf will come through vegetation a lot better than a Colorado or an Indiana for that matter

And so you use an Indiana blade when you want a compromise, like I do, between vibration and flash You use the Willow Leaf when you want to come through that aquatic vegetation, you don't want to get hung up When you have got really off-colored water and you want a lot of thump and a lot of vibration on that spinnerbait, you use a Colorado blade So that's how it works for me Colorado for maximum vibration, Indiana blade for a good all-around compromise where you got flash and vibration, and then the Willow Leaf for when you're fishing aquatic vegetation

So those are the three applications that I make with the three different types of blades Glenn: Sean, I really hope that answers your question, and for more tips and tricks, head on over to hankparkercom, where you'll find lots of tips and tricks and articles and videos to your heart's delight It's a fisherman's dream And if you want to get notified of any more tips we post from Hank, just subscribe to our YouTube channel

Thanks a lot, and have a great day

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