Bob Maindelle Guide Lines May 12

Six versions of the author’s experimental one-ounce tailspinners for catching fish in murky water are shown. The left column of lures, from top to bottom, feature stinger hooks, a snipped treble hook and a treble hook attached with a split ring, each with a chrome spinner blade. The lures in the right column have the same hook arrangement, each with a white spinner blade.  

As some of you know, I am an Army brat.

My dad was drafted during the Vietnam War and, after leaving his civilian employment working for the railroad, became a U.S. Army Signal Corps officer who went on to retire after over 20 years of service.

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