Best Spinnerbait 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 Spinnerbaits technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods
$150 – 160
Lake Harriet (MN)
Yakcaptn reported catching Northern Pike using the Spinnerbaits technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods on Lake Harriet. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing edge of submerged vegetation, working Orange and black spinnerbait with a white grub trailer"
North Long Lake (MN)
Ben Korhonen reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods on North Long Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Finding the best green cabbage patches close to deep water produced the most bites and sometimes they would miss the spinnerbait so following up with the wacky rig produced a couple and actually the biggest of the day. "
St. Croix Victory Casting Rods
$200 – 275
Powers Lake (MN)
Eric Geesaman reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and St. Croix Victory Casting Rods on Powers Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Bass are on the outside of flats in the weed transition as the bluegill spawn. Working a spinner bait on the inside line has produced fish. "
Carter Lake (IA, NE)
Bass are still pre-spawn because of the long winter. As the weather warms up schools of shad are moving into shallow water among the lily pads that are starting to grow. White and shad color spinnerbaits are working well, especially in bright sunlight. Under cloudy skies and chocolate milk colored water more natural darker colors such as bluegill have been working also.
Nathan M Gravert
Grand Lake O' the Cherokees (OK)
Nathan M Gravert reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and St. Croix Victory Casting Rods on Grand Lake O' the Cherokees. Additional comments from this report: "The water varies in color depending on where you're at on the lake, but either a white or chartreuse spinnerbait seems to produce wherever you're at. Get in the back of the pockets and roll it by any wood you can find. A bladed jig like a vibrashock is also producing really well and several bites can be had around the same cover either flipping or dragging a senko."
Daiwa Tatula Series Casting Rods
$149.99 – 199.99
Ron Dohm Jr
Lake Michigan (IL, IN, MI, WI)
Ron Dohm Jr reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and Daiwa Tatula Series Casting Rods on Lake Michigan. Additional comments from this report: "High winds this day created a nice chunk to the wind blown shoreline. Big post spawn fish were up there looking for a meal. covering water with a spinnerbait was the best approach this day for my clients."
Cecil M Harden Lake (IN)
Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and Daiwa Tatula Series Casting Rods on Cecil M Harden Lake. Additional comments from this report: "As the lake rises in the spring follow the river channels up the lake. Steep ledges make for deeper water fast and throwing a spinnerbait is a great way to intercept bass when they are on the move. "
Punk Rock Mike
Lake Minnetonka (MN)
Fun day targeting wind blown points and bays with spinnerbaits. Probably caught about 30 fish in a few hours. Most fish where caught between 6-10 feet of water where there was some weed growth on points or bays near points. Slower to medium retrieve with the bassman spinner bait was the ticket for me. Super fun day
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Michael Rekas reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Spinnerbaits technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods on Pool 1 Mississippi. Additional comments from this report: "The smallies were crunching a spinnerbait this week. Fishing it around submerged brush, laydowns and rock produced numbers and good quality fish. Bites often came when bouncing the spinnerbait off this structure or giving it a couple pops in open water. Good luck!!"