I manufacture two basic spinner models, plus a unique shrimp spinner. These are very effective lures for salmon and steelhead. Note: Because of their light weight, these lures do not cast well. These are trolling lures.

I use deep cup Colorado Blades exclusively, as they easily spin in very little current.  All my wire lures include a 100# crane swivel.

I use Gamakatsu Big River hooks exclusively. Big River hooks are forged, making them very strong. Most importantly, they are scary sharp. 

I prefer the Big River hooks because they have a longer tine length than treble hooks of the same size; an important feature when fishing in barbless waters. I can also manufacture lures with the hook of your choice upon request.

I manufacture two different spinning lures. These catch salmon and steelhead equally well.

I also manufacture a prawn spinner lure with a single Gamakatsu Big River 3/0 hook, attached with a split ring, so you can easily change to a treble hook if you prefer. This lure has a unique integrated barb, which locks the shrimp in place so you don’t have to tie the bait to the lure. This lure is very effective on Steelhead and salmon.

To install the shrimp on the shrimp spinner, simply unlock the barb, insert it into the shrimp head first until it exits the shrimp in the middle of the bend, then re-insert the barb back into the lock.

I recommend that fishermen use gel-type scents on the backside of the blades, and a small piece of shrimp, tuna or other oily fish on the hook as well for maximum results. While my lures are primarily designed to attract salmon and steelhead, I have received excellent feedback from fishermen who have caught pike, muskies, walleye, plus large and small mouth bass using these lures.