Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

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Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by RogerG » Mon Mar 23, 2009 3:52 pm

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Another of my favourites. Original hooks would have been a pair of trebles on a cross-tree
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Re: Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by Mully » Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:29 pm

that spoon would be swallowed by our redfin here no second thoughts

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Re: Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by RogerG » Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:16 pm

This is my favourite Helin for Redfin.

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Re: Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by Mully » Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:21 pm

i have that one in single hook trout version ,,,i will have to take some pictures of my helins soon i have been hiding them away from eyes a few wood ones and older styles including the fly versions yay

the red black spot seem to be a magnet for them some old rublex spinners i have feather type are always a winner also

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Re: Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by Mully » Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:58 pm

thought i also had better add Helins own category as they deserve it the flatfish is and was an icon and you would probably find more of these lures at the bottom of lakes dams and rivers than any other id say...

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Re: Helin Swimmerspoon 250 Orange painted brass

Post by RogerG » Mon Mar 23, 2009 11:07 pm

I will go along with that, I have lost a few myself. I have twenty or so plastics, including a couple of real pretty ones that your wife would like but can't have! Also I have some old, very well fished, wooden ones that need some TLC.
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