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Joe’s Flies Hot-4-Trout Spinners Review

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Hot-4-Trout Spinners for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $2. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1/16, 1/8, and 1/4 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

Joe’s Flies Hot-4-Trout Spinners may have been originally designed for use with a fly rod, but that was before ultralight anglers learned about their effectiveness on the water.  Don’t let the name fool you, either.  These spinners aren’t just made to catch trout.  Their design and lightweight makes them perfect for targeting any species that swims in both saltwater and freshwater, to stillwaters, running streams and rivers, and even ponds and lakes where the big gamefish swim.

Joe’s Flies features quite a few different designs depending on the species that you are fishing for.  Their Poacher Pack is available in ¼ ounce sizes for all species of Trout, while their standard 3pack or 5pack are different styles available for Rainbow, Brook, Brown, and Native species of trout.

Colors Available

Depending on which pack of flies / spinners that you end up purchasing, you will receive different colors.  Each pack features gold blades with a longer body, and red hackle tails to entice the strikes while the main differences are the colors and style of body, wings, and collars that are available.

How To Work Joe’s Flies Hot-4-Trout Spinners

The lightweight design of Joe’s Flies Hot-4-Trout Spinners makes fishing them slightly different than larger bodied, heavier spinners.  If you fish these fast they are going to stay in the top of the water column, or move quickly through the flow rather than sinking down to a depth where you can keep them at.  Their lightweight does help them appear more natural, however, which makes them much more enticing to fish when you move them slowly through the water column.

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