WALLEYE SPINNER BLADES
Spinner blades for walleye from our large selection of sizes and colors for making walleye spinners. Choose from many styles including colorado blades which are the most widely used style of blade. It spins the furthest out away from the fishing line. This gives it a great profile if it is coming straight towards a walleye, but a lesser view from the side compared to indiana blades, which spin around your snell closer to the fishing line. Indiana blades are in the middle between colorado's and willowleaf blades. The Indiana spins with less rise and has a better side profile for the walleye than a colorado. Willowleaf blades spin the closest to the line and therefore if it is coming straight at a walleye the fish wont see it that well. But if the spinner rig is going by the walleye from the side he can see it very well. Willow blades also have a more natural shape to them as they actually look like a small minnow or baitfish. Dakota spinner blades have a cut out in the middle . The theory in that is as the blade spins, the walleye can see the lure beads better. Hatchet blades, Whiptail blades and others all have unique features, mostly more vibration and thumping action and deserve a try too. If you make your own spinner rigs we would like the opportunity to supply the tackle components you need. Make sure to check out all of our UV fishing lure components too like rig floats and coming soon minnow beads in UV.