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                            Trick Spin​​
By: Will Howard

Sure, we all know certain techniques are best during certain times of the year based upon where the fish are holding, feeding, etc.  With that being said most of us have a rod or two that never leave the deck.  For me this rod is a Trick Spin, one of the most versatile rods in the lineup for sure.
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Most of us are familiar with Shaky Heading.  When you see the pros on television or read about the technique it is usually one extreme or the other.  One recipe is a spinning rod with straight fluorocarbon or braid to fluorocarbon leader.  With this technique we are generally talking light jig heads and smaller pieces of plastic.  The other has been made more common over the last few years with the increased pressure on offshore fish.  Here you might see traditional “Big Worm” equipment but with a large jig head and a 10 inch or even longer straight tail worm. 

So, what is in between?  This is where the Trick Spin plays.  My set up usually consists of 12-15lb fluorocarbon and a high speed bait caster.  For baits think regular size trick worm or even medium sized creature baits.  The Trick Spin provides a tremendous balance of parabolic attributes and back end power.  This is the key to the set up because it allows the fisherman to adjust the jig head based upon needs.   For example, it is not uncommon for me to have two set ups, one with a heavy gauge hook and one with a normal gauge (not a lite gauge).  

The majority of the time I use a football style head and 5/16 is my go to weight.  This is not a fancy technique but it will catch you more fish year round.  For me if I am going to do something year round I want the best possible set up.....get yourself a Trick Spin and enjoy!




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