Johnson™ Beetle Spin® Nickel Blade
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Another revolutionary Johnson innovation, the original Beetle Spin. Simple and easy to use for any angler, Johnson's Beetle Spin is the direct ancestor of the spinner grub Virgil Ward first fished over 50 years ago.
- Many have tried to imitate it, but there's only one original Beetle Spin
- A mainstay lure for pond anglers since the 1950's
- Louder, harder vibration caused by cupped blade calls in fish from further away
- Beetle bodies offered in the most popular sizes and colors
- Also available in a Gold Blade
Johnson™ Beetle Spin® Nickel Blade
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Johnson™ Beetle Spin® Nickel Blade is rated out of 5 by 38.
Rated 5 out of 5 by StinkyBob from Old Reliable Lures and fads come and go. But every time I use one of these I catch a fish. I've been using Beetle spinners since I'm a kid and they've always worked. I'm 50!
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by miami_angler from #1 Bait down here in florida we have sever specie, most of which i've caught with a beatle spin. whether it's a largemouth, a peacock, pan fish, or countless cichlid species. This is definitely an amazing lure. I crush a variety of sizes such as 4 lb largemouth bass or 5lb peacocks countless time. idk what species this is targeted to but i use it for almost all species. follow my instagram page to see monsters _teamsharkbait_, under are pictures of some of the fish i've caught with a beatle spin nickel blade, believe it or not
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Charlie Taylor from Excellent bait for youth! Have been giving away these baits at our kid's fishing derbies for the past 25 years. We give away upwards of 600 of them every year and the kids catch fish on them. You cannot fish them wrong. Fast, Medium or slow.....they catch fish. I once won a bass tournament on a Beetle Spin when nothing else would catch fish.
Date published: 2016-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by KeithF from Panfish Killer My dad introduced me to Beetle Spins when I was very young. I ALWAYS keep a few in the tackle box. I have caught more fish with Beetle Spin lures than any other artificial lures combined. I fish mostly the fresh waters of Florida but have been successful with Beetle Spin in Louisiana and Mississippi and well. Change the color of the jackets depending on clarity of water and cloud cover. I have caught panfish (mostly) and bass with these extraordinary lures.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tom fisherman from 1/4 oz orange/black beetlespin The 1/4 oz beetlespin is the most versitile and by far most productive bait I've ever used in 40 years of fishing. You can fish deep or shallow and catch every species of fish. You can flatten the spoon and produce a major vibration and which attracts fish in murky water. The vibration and orange color is a great combination.
Date published: 2017-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by JErd52 from Beetle Spin! I have been fishing for years and over looked the Beetle Spin. Finally tried it this spring and glad I did! I've used the 1/16 white w/ red dot and hooked into multiple species over and over. My favorite is the price and simplicity of it because of my 4 and 9 yr olds!
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lord Reed from Old faithful I have been using Johnson Beetlespins since I was a child. My family and I were very upset that the 1/2 oz were discontinued for a while. When I found out that they came back I was very excited. I do wish they would make the black with red belly in a 1/2 oz but the black with yellow stripe and yellow with black stripe is great for Large Mouth Bass, Walleye, and Northern Pike.
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hurry up from +Great lure for the cost I have been using the Black and Green 1/4 oz. Beetle spin lure for seven years fishing in Canada for Walleye, Bass and Perch. This year I landed 4 Walleye 6 Bass and 7 perch off of the same lure. I purchased them at Cabela's on sale for .98 cents for a package of 2. I just recently purchased them online from Johnson because the locals Cabela's didn't have them in stock
Date published: 2016-07-21