Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Fish Creek Spinners: New for 2012

New spinner baits from John Delaney and Fish Creek Spinners!
© 2012 Albert A Rasch and
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles

My good friend John Delaney at Fish Creek Spinner sent me some exciting news on an expansion to his already phenomenally successful line of spinner baits. He has plenty of new fishing stuff to look at, and i would like to share the news with you my readers. Also see the contest for spinners at the end of this post!

First off he has expanded the Armadillo line, filling in some weight gaps and creating a larger metal skirted version that is sure to be a huge hit with lunker Largemouth bass.
Here are the specs:
  • 1oz in weight - biggest one yet
  • 7 inches in length with skirt - skirt is removable and can be changed out!
  • .051 inch heavy stainless wire - this wire is tough
  • All Nickel body beads and friction discs - Noisy ring on this one.
  • Baked Powder coat in 14 colors -
  • Double Super Willow blades on a single clevis for added Noise
  • 53 strand 8 inch Silicon Starflash Skirts - 20 varieties to choose from
  • Duolock clasp attached #1/0 brass treble hook - Quickly switch hooks or change skirts

This is a tough duty spinner for all big fish. Here are a few pictures

For you crazy Ice Fishing fanatics, John has put together a new glow-in-the-dark spinner, the Depth Charge!

These will undoubtedly be a go-to item in every ice fisherman's box.

This weight will create quite a churn as they're dropped. The larger propeller causes the metal head and eyes to spin in the opposite direction (maybe they should be called Regan's - remember the Exorcist?). As you can surmise, while being jigged, they'll spin, in addition to clacking at the bottom of your stroke. Notice the eye silhouettes against the glow background at rest. Nice target for a trout under ice.

Six glow colors available in the Ice Fishing section of the Fish Creek Spinner Web Store Stay tuned for Assortment pricing.

Happy Birthday 'Noise on the Line' Blog! - Free Spinner Drawing

It's time to launch the Fish Creek Spinners monthly Spinner giveaway drawing for 2012 and celebrate the Blog's first birthday! Drawing to be held 2/11/12 on the anniversary of the first FCS post! Just go to: Free Spinner Drawing and put in a comment!

Fish Creek Spinners, an American company making American products, creates some of the best new spinner designs for fishing in the nation. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, they have the "fishy" qualities that make them catch fish where others fail, and his service, attitude, can do attitude, and reasonable costs make him the "go to" guy when it's time to buy gifts for your fishing friends. He has with out a doubt, the best quality, American made, spinner lures on the market! I highly recommend him and will continue to purchase from him.

Best Regards,
Albert A Rasch
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Hippo said...

Now that within days I shall be leaving my nice comfortable house in favour of camping down where the river meets the sea, how about getting Fish Creek Spinners to send me a few and I will write a review from Africa?

Chuck a knife sharpener in as well!

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Albert A Rasch said...


I'll have a chat with them!

Best Regards,
Albert “Afghanus” Rasch
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Bob S said...

Those are nice custom lures! I think they would do well on salmon and trout. I like that they are guaranteed American made.

Your friend,
Big Bob

Nebraska Hunting Company said...

Thanks for posting the tip! I'll be visiting his site!

Scott C.

John Delaney said...

Thanks for comments. These Spinners are being fished and catching in 5 of 7 continents.

Here's blog article for KITFT in Zimbabwe.

Albert, I can spare a few spinners if any of your readers are in South America or Antarctica. Sure to the River by the Sea guy too.

Albert A Rasch said...


That's a mighty generous offer! I'll touch base with you later!

Best regards,
Albert A Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles™
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Hippo said...

John D,

I was being a bit cheeky but evidently it sometimes pays. That really is very kind of you.

I am sorry I am a bit late acknowledging your comment but I was moving lock stock and barrel down to my new place by the river and the sea so was offline for quite a while. I arrived just in time to catch the big blow which was very exciting!

This last week alone, over a dozen tarpon, all between 80-100 kgs have been hooked.

Best regards

Tom (Hippo)

John Delaney said...

Offer still good. Take a look at our tackle. See if something trips your trigger. Then send me an email with address.

Hippo said...


Once again, thanks for your kind offer. I will swing over to your site (again!, choose a couple or three and send you an email.