A spinner bait is a lure made from one or more metal blades. They spin like a propeller when the lure is in motion. Thus creating varying degrees of flash and vibration that mimic small fish or other prey. Spinner lures catch predatory fish such as perch, pike and trout.
Such a design truly stands out while casting the spinner upstream. Furthermore across or downstream, while retrieving, throw it at any angle. The SPEARHEAD RYUKI SPINNER will rotate steadily. Even with extremely slow retrieves, the petal turns quite nicely. The lure is moving against the tide as it turns steadily.
The blade of the AV Type A spoon has a well-rounded wide form, and the spoon can be recovered at a very low speed due to the close to 60-degree angle of spin. It performed admirably in ponds with no current as well as in rivers where the current could not be felt.
In comparison to AV Type A, the AV Type B blade has a distinct shape. It’s also a little longer. As a result, its angle is near to 45 degrees, and this spoon can be classified as universal, as it works well in both flowing and calm water.