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Predator species like bass, walleye and this hefty Mantrap Lake northern love spinners in the late portion of the open water season. The flash and vibration of the blades emulate naturally present forage. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Spinner blades alert most species of a meal

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Whether you want to catch walleye, northern, bass, muskie or even panfish, the flash of a spinner blade fools fish throughout the fall.

The positive attributes of a spinner attached to several types of lures is that they are an excellent attractor, not only adding visual flair, but the vibration that alerts fish of a meal from afar.

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