A true fish-catching machine, the Northland Tackle Reed Runner Double Willow Spinnerbait is designed to fish in, over, and around the heavy cover that big ones inhabit. Adorned with two vivid willow blades, the Northland Tackle Reed Runner Double Willow Spinnerbait delivers a burst of flash that makes it stick out in all water conditions.
Fitted with premium Limber Legs skirting, the Northland Tackle Reed Runner Double Willow Spinnerbait possesses a flowing element of attraction that lures bass in from distance. Underneath the skirting, the Northland Tackle Reed Runner Double Willow Spinnerbait is armed with a razor-sharp hook and a 4/0 trailer hook that turns short bites into landed fish. Offered in a number of bass-catching colors, the Northland Tackle Reed Runner Double Willow Spinnerbait is sure to put your weigh bag to the test.
Located in the heart of Minnesota’s finest fishing waters, the Northland Tackle has been trusted for over 25-years to provide some of the most innovative, high-quality, and effective lures on the market. Offering a wide assortment of soft plastics, jigs, and spinnerbaits, Northland Tackle provides anglers with the tools to catch everything from pan fish to pike. Built by anglers for anglers, Northland Tackle knows what it takes to have a successful day on the water – and that’s exactly what they deliver.
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Comments: I love fishing spinnerbaits and have tried a perverbial ton of them. The Reed Runner isn't fancy at all but man it sure does catch fish. I only throw the 3/4 oz in white bass (it resembles a crappie up here). Bass and pike wreck havoc on these and with a little tuning they're ready for another thrashing. My biggest MN pike was caught on this spinnerbait and though I have close to 100 to choose from I always end up throwing this one. It's a killer!
From: Rondo: MN 3/28/15
Comments: All spinnerbaits weigh more than the listed weight, from my experience. I think they go by the "jighead weight", more or less, and everything else is just "bonus". Doesn't make much sense to me, either, but then again, a spinnerbait often gets blades changed, trailers added, trailer hook added, so actual weight changes significantly due to modifications by the angler.
From: Steve: Renton, WA 3/6/15
Comments: I'm using them years, for northern pikes. Very durable and resistant because of closed eye and thick wire. Finally available in Tacklewarehouse, one thing - mine all 3/4 oz version weight exactly 1 1/4 oz, so they are heavier then on description.
From: Pavel: Finland 8/7/14