🐟 Johnson Beetle Spin –
Was a little rough out on the main lake so I did some fishing in the canals with the beetle spin. Didn’t take too long to find some largemouth bass to catch. One after another I was reeling in some beautiful largemouth bass, didn’t catch any real lunkers, but had a merry old time landing these fish.
Ended up catching a baby musky along with a little smallmouth bass as well. Was waiting for that big northern pike to bite, but never did. It was still an enjoyable day out on the lake, it always is!
Anyone looking for a great lure to try in shallow regions of your lake, give the Beetle Spin a whirl. I attach a gold willow leaf spinner for more fish catching power. Through many years of testing, find that bass and many other species of fish respond better to the willow leaf blade compared to the teardrop blade. Matched up with a white split tail body, just dynamite!
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• Johnson Beetle Spin →
• Bomber Deep Long A 3 1/2 inch Bengal Fire Tiger →
• Ugly Stik Elite Spinning 6′ Medium →
• Shimano Sienna 2500RD →
• 10lb Berkley Trilene XT Monofilament →
• GoPro HD Hero2 Camera→
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