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Wyld Edge Berzerker Spinners Review

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Wyld Edge 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 and 1/8 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

Wyld Edge Outfitters may be lesser known to ultralight anglers but it doesn’t mean that they don’t know what they are doing when it comes to building inline spinners.  They produce the Berzerker and Baby Berzerker line of spinners.  The Baby Berzerker series are built in 1/16 ounce weights while the standard Berzerker series spinners come in 1/8 ounce weights.

Each Wyld Edge spinner features inline spinning blades with specially cupped designs that helps hold the blade away from the body so that your lure starts spinning as soon as it enters into the water column.  The lures are designed with single ultra-sharp Gamakatsu hooks that are catch-and-release friendly but manage to keep the fish hooked up until you get them to the boat or shore.  The high quality components used in each Wyld Edge spinner coupled with the highly durable finishes makes them one of the longest lasting inline spinners on the market to date.

Colors Available

Wyld Edge’s trout line of inline spinners are available in 10 main color combinations.  The Golden and Black Stonefly combinations attempt to mimic stonefly patterns closely for times when fish are feeding during a hatch.  The Brookie, Brown, Rainbow, and Cutthroat combinations mimic each respective species of trout closely for times when larger fish are feeding on smaller fry.  The Sculpin and Snipe models attempt to mimic underwater aquatic creatures.

How To Work Wyld Edge Spinners

Depending on the size that you purchase, either the Baby or Standard Berzerker spinners, the method you use to fish them will be slightly different.  If you are fishing the Baby Berzerker spinners in a flow you are going to have to fish it slower in order to keep it at the depth you are wanting to fish.  The heavier series will work slightly better in current, but will also sink faster when you are fishing it in stillwaters.

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