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AstroBrite Walleye Spinner Blades
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    Product Descriptions

    Finishes combine metallic, fluorescent and crystalina to produce shimmering tones and subtle hues that simulate the Walleye's preferred baitfish. AstroBrite Colorado Blades feature a Deep-Cup High Lift blade design that produces twice the vibration and lift of conventional blades.

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    AstroBrite Spinner Blade Colors
    3 New Tiger Blades
    FireTiger Purple Tiger Blaze Tiger
    New Tiger Blades Available in #2 & #5 Sizes
    Purple Tiger
    Blaze Tiger
    Yellow Perch White Perch Redtail Chub Emerald Shiner Cisco
    Yellow Perch
    White Perch
    Redtail Chub
    Emerald Shiner
    SunFish Rainbow Purple Shiner Watermelon Silver Watermelon Copper
    Purple Shiner
    Watermelon Silver
    Watermelon Copper

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    When selecting Blade sizes for Walleyes, do what the Pro's do and consider the size of the body of water as a starting point. Rule of thumb for bodies of water less than 10,000 acres is to start with a #2 blade and work up in size as the situation dictates. For bodies of water over 10,000 acres and larger start with a #5 blade and work down in size. Remember that larger blades represent larger forage. The general idea is to match the spinner rig size & color to the forage in the system.

    Once the size of the blade has been determined the next consideration is color. Conventional wisdom tells us to use traditional fluorescent colors in dark water and metallic colors in clear water. Today's blades have taken that conventional wisdom to a higher level. The AstroBrite series of Bait Fish patterns actually mimics forage, making it easier to match the blade to the available forage in a given system. Blade colors like; Yellow Perch, Sunfish, White Perch, Cisco, Emerald Shiner, Rainbow and Red Tail Chub are excellent Walleye forage patterns. For Dark or turbid waters use Blaze Orange or Blaze Tiger (glow-in-dark) colors.

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    Number of Raters: 2
    Reviewer: Justin WI 09/18/2008
    I had one red tail chub Bait Rigs in my box, and about 10 different “look a likes”. I have a Tommy Harris blade that is painted identical. The fish would only touch the bait rigs blade. I’m not sure what blanks get used. But they do make a difference. Where are the Bait Rigs Vinyl stickers for my truck?
    Your AstroBrite blades have been extremely effective for Detroit River walleyes. Most people think that once the spring run is over-that's it. We catch them all summer long and literally have the river to ourselves many times. A bunch of guys I know that work for Daimler-Chrysler gave me some of your blades last year and they were smokin' hot. We are running the Indiana blade in a big river/ fast current situation and my best guess is a little less "thump" is better. We do use Colorado blades now and again, and we catch walleyes on them to be sure, but the Indiana is our "go to" blade.