New Conditions Reports Dynamic Lures Contest
by: Tom McInerney 5/17/2017
I donít know if youíve heard, but Dynamic Lures
recently came out with a new Trout Spinnerbait
that theyíre really excited about. Here's the description:
Snag-less Design: Big Fish hide in hard to fish areas. But with our new design you don't have to be afraid of losing your bait. You can fish is high up near the surface, deep down by the bottom, or yo-yo it up and down in the middle of the water column.
Personally, I like the Trout Natural one.
They have graciously donated twenty (20) of these new versatile lures for Fish Explorer members to win IF you submit a lake
conditions report the next time youíre on the water.
Itís pretty simple: submit a good conditions report, be entered to win. Here are the details:
-ALL Fish Explorer members are eligible and membership is FREE! Be sure to check that your mailing address info is up to date on your account.
-The contest goes from today, 5/17/17 through 6/4/17 11:59pm. Any conditions reports that meet the requirements below submitted during this time will earn you an entry. The reports need to be submitted by 11:59pm 6/4/17, but not necessarily approved by then.
-A conditions report with five or more pieces of info (including water level, status, and temperature) counts. Any helpful info is good here, I can't list it all but info like road/ramp closures, fish/angler activity, water clarity/color, weeds, food sources, wind, hatches, itís all good.
-There will be twenty (20) winners chosen at random who will receive a Dynamic Lures Trout Spinnerbait lure. If you've read anything about them on the site, you know folks are pretty die-hard about them.
-You can only win one (1) prize.
I will announce winners after the contest ends.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or post them here.
Good luck and have fun out there!
Dynamic Lures Trout Spinnerbait
Trout Natural version
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ifishallday, CO 5/17/2017 1:57:33 PM
My Favorite it the Trout Natural TOO!
D-Zilla, CO 5/17/2017 10:10:50 PM
I like the natural, and the chartreuse. I'm also kind of hooked on the pink one, but I've not gotten anything on it or the orange yet. The description really is spot on. You can make these things do ANYTHING you want to, vary your speed, rod angle, and even let them skip along the bottom. The spinner will spin even at the slowest speeds. They really are quite amazing little buggers.
Pathway, CO 5/18/2017 8:05:41 AM
I caught a fat 16" rainbow first time out on the pink. The spinners really have a good feel. I think they will catch almost anything that swims.
Toadfish, CO 5/18/2017 12:16:35 PM
Ive caught fish on the pink and the chartreuse. Haven't used any of the other colors yet, and haven't tried them on the river, but they work really well at G-Town. Maybe next time I'll try the natural and the orange and see what eats it
Tom McInerney (opencage), CO 5/22/2017 10:59:42 AM
This includes reports from Wyoming too!