Make a Simple Inline Spinner From a Kit
If you make a simple inline spinner from a kit, you’ve just made one of the best fish catchers known to man! And because you made it from a kit, you didn’t have to shop around for lots of different parts.
Lure making kits are the cheapest and easiest way to start making your own lures. When you buy a lure making kit, you’re getting everything you need to make a fair number of lures, all in one box.
We all know that catching a fish on a lure you made yourself is one of the most satisfying aspects of fishing. Catching fish is fun. But catching fish on homemade lures is truly exciting in a way that can’t be explained.
If you were to set out to make your own inline spinners without buying a kit, you’d have to buy several different components, in various sizes and colors just to get started. That can be a bit intimidating when you’re first starting out.
But if you want to make a simple inline spinner from a kit, all of the preliminary homework has been done for you. Lure making kits are great because they include everything you need, without you having to do a lot of research and leg work tracking down the various lure parts.
All you need to do is look through your kit and pick out the parts you want to use for your new spinner. Once you do that, the rest is just a matter of assembling those parts and then going out and catching some fish!
Below you’ll find a great video tutorial that shows you each step needed to make a simple inline spinner from a kit. The tutorial is clear and concise. Best of all, it takes less than 5 minutes from start to finish!
So go ahead and grab your kit, along with a pair of pliers and wire cutters, and you’re ready to go! And, as always, you’ll find a list of needed items below the video.
Items used for this project:
- Deluxe 100 piece In-Line Spinner Kit
- Standard 110 Piece In-Line Spinner Kit
- Treble Hooks
- Split Rings
- Round Nose Pliers
- Wire Shafts
- French Spinner Blades
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