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Blue Fox Ultralight Fishing Spinners Review

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Blue Fox Spinners for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $3. You may find a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use blade sizes 0, 1, and 2.

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Product Specifications

Blue Fox’s line of spinners are some of the highest quality ultralight spinners on the market.  There are a wide range of styles available that match closely to the type of baits that you would naturally find in the waters that you fish.  Likewise, each line of spinners from Blue Fox provides different actions, and some even vibrate, to help entice strikes from even some of the most line and lure weary fish you’ll encounter.

Blue Fox’s Vibrax series of spinners are some of the best and feature bullet style heads with an inner head that vibrates when the exterior bullet head spins against it.  Their Strobe and Minnow Spin lines represent various baitfish profiles and make it easy to catch big fish that don’t want to accept other types of lures but still want to chase down a meal.

Colors Available

Blue Fox offers some of the most distinct, and widest variety of colors and patterns available on inline spinners.  The Strobe and Vibrax Minnow Spin lines attempt to match baitfish profiles, and their coloring perfectly while the Classic Vibrax lines of spinners feature more solid colors with broken up patterns.  The Vibrax UV series features fluorescent paints that reflect more light than typical spinners and make it much easier for the fish to track them down in dirty or heavily stained waters.

How To Work Blue Fox Spinners

If you are working your spinner for trout you want to start casting to typical trout hides and lies.  As the bait lands onto the water allow it to sink to the desired depth and then begin working it back.  You want to vary the speed of your retrieve until the fish begin telling you how fast they want it moving.

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