Best Inline Spinner Rod
Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Inline Spinners technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
St. Croix Mojo Musky Casting Rods
$215.00 – $225.00
Lac Sault Dore (WI)
920.outdoors reported catching Muskie using the Inline Spinners technique and St. Croix Mojo Musky Casting Rods on Lac Sault Dore. Additional comments from this report: "Shoreline reeds in late summer produced this one after a long day of fishing. Lots of fun! "
St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods
$150.00 – $170.00
Sylvan Lake (MI)
Scott Lewis reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Inline Spinners technique and St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods on Sylvan Lake . Additional comments from this report: "Fished the Mepps Aglia #2 with red dots painted on the blade. The bait needed to be retrieved very slowly and the bite was very subtle, really only felt weight on the line when the fish bit. Fished 3 hours and caught 26 bass, most in the 10-12" range but did manage 3 over 14""
Hermit Lake (NH)
Jim Hickey reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Inline Spinners technique and St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods on Hermit Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Made a quick shore stop as the open water season was coming to an end. Fan cast the area with a Mepps/minnow inline spinner over submerged vegetation that blankets the bottom of many ponds around here. Caught one small perch and the pickerel shown in the photo. Nothing fantastic but this was the second to last shore outing for the season so it worked for me :)"
Temple Fork Outfitters Trout-Panfish Series Spinning Rods
Christmas Lake (MN)
Nate reported catching Crappie using the Inline Spinners technique and Temple Fork Outfitters Trout-Panfish Series Spinning Rods on Christmas Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Up shallow to get ready to spawn. "
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Tom reported catching Muskie using the Inline Spinners technique and St. Croix Mojo Musky Casting Rods on Lake Waconia. Additional comments from this report: "Drop boat in at the East landing in the morning with all the other muskie fisherman in the fall. Head to the North side of the lake of the East side. Cast, cast and cast your Mepps Muskie Killer In-Line Spinner 3/4 oz (yes! 3/4 oz) Black/Chartreuse just above the submerged vegetation in 12 to 13 feet of water. Probably running the spinner 6ish ft below the water line. No need to break your back and arms with overly heavy and priced lures at this location. I catch multiple 45"+ muskies a morning out on the water in this location while other get skunked with their giant set ups."