Saturday, May 26, 2012

June 2012 Spinner Drawing - what else? June Bug Spinners

Traveling with family on vacation and back in Colorado on 7/7/12.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but check back in a week for the drawing results.
Ok, got a few minutes in Illinois

Here's the outcome.

If you cant read that, it's wdstk3, thepartydjz, and dbark61. Send an email to let me know which JuneBug flavors you want your set to be. I listed Six 1/8oz , Three 2/3oz, or Six mini-leaders. Since mid-may, I have also made some 1/18oz ultralites in the same design as 1/8oz, but smaller blades, beads, and single hooks. All worth consideration, IMO.

If you don't see or respond to the post, I'll email the winners. Congrats!

June is June Bug blade month - these blades are sweet. Strung on the stainless wire like an inline blade, but with a second brace. The brace provides a unique fixed angle of rotation and unusual and exceptional strobe during rotation. Quite the fish charmers.

Fish Creek Spinners June Bugs on the screen
Comment to enter, drawing will be held early July

Here's a testimonial from a test drive by a Washington State angler.

I love these babies. The fish just kept hitting them. Caught the largest fish of the take on the June Bug. 
  • They cast like a bullet when they are wet.
  • The blade will spin with almost no movement.
  • It sinks wonderfully slow.
  • The zonkers ungulate wildly when reeled in at a snails pace.
  • I can fish it slower than any other spinner I own.  
  • I don't have to worry about the blade spinning.  It would start spinning with almost no force, allowing me to gently oscillate the rod tip while the June Bug gently fluttered.  
Although I got a hit just reeling it in straight, the gentle oscillation of the rod tip at a snails pace seemed to bring on fierce strikes.
Thanks so much for sending me these.  I may not have tried them for some time.  Now, I want more and plan to purchase a handful soon.

In addition to the unique spinner blades, the transformers and leaders have a slip loop R bend hook attachment on the trailer loop. This enables hook changes and color substitutions if using dressed trebles.

So here's the drawing specifics - 

Six 1/8oz June Bug Transformers 
or three 2/3oz June Bug Skirted Muskie/Pike spinners 
or six mini June Bug leaders. 

Three Winners - winners take your pick and color choices.

The mini leaders aren't in the website yet, but will be by the time of the drawing.

Here's a few pictures with links to color choices.

June Bug Transformers

Fish Creek Spinners 1/8oz June Bug Transformer - F905
Medium sized blade sized similar to a #4 Indiana. Faceted glass body beads. Zonker strip banded #6 treble hooks attached by slip loop R bend can be replaced to exchange colors or opened to changed out alternate hooks - single hooks, weedless hooks, etc.

June Bug 2/3oz Skirted Armadillos

Fish Creek Spinners 2/3oz Skirted June Bug Armadillo

Same fixed angle of rotation - larger blade, similar to a #6 Indiana. Faceted glass or fluorescent plastic body beads separated by metal friction discs. The treble hook is split ring attached to allow hook substitutions and skirt color changes or replacements due to wear. Just remove the hook and splitring, slide off the old skirt and slide a new one over the trailer loop and integrated skirt mount.

Coming to the Web Store soon - Mini June Bug Leaders Slip trailer R bends

Fish Creek Spinners June Bug mini-leader
Smallest June bug blades sized similar to a #2 Indiana. Put a dressed treble on them and your ready to fish, or add a spinner, crawler harness, weedless hook, whatever comes to mind, let creativity be your guide.

Enter a uniquely identified comment on the blog post to enter. Something like "Count me in - John@SuperiorCo should work.

Many users have setup Online Signatures that have custom icons and pictures provided with the comment.

If you're using 'anonymous' on your comment, be sure to provide an alternate means of identification in the text. Otherwise you'll never know if you won and might be disqualified. If that happens, just correct the mistake with a second unique comment.

Forum and ID or First name and CitySt location have worked in the past, like - John@SuperiorCo

The unique identifying info is needed in the event you're one of the lucky winners.

If you use an email, you might pick up some spammers, but if you risk it and win, I'll send you a email notification. I'll update the post at month end listing the winners.

This drawing, 'anonymous' entrants have the month of July to check back to the blog post to see if they won. If you won, send me an email at - - to claim your prize.

State spinner prize preferences and provide your mailing information.

Too much hassle and lost time?

Here's a discount code for 25% off your total order valid through June 30th, 2012 - JBDraw - Just enter the promotion code during check out to adjust invoice line item prices.

Noise on the Line! - Fish Creek Web Store


WDSTK3 said...

I'm in John!

Anonymous said...

I will bite

Anonymous said...

They look good enough

Anonymous said...

1/8 oz. spinners look very trouty!

Anonymous said...

those june bugs look ought to get them going

Anonymous said...

GoneFroggin from

Anonymous said...

Great looking spinners

Anonymous said...

Liking the new blade design FCS.

Anonymous said...

Sweet its back Manleyfisher FE

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to get a few to try out.

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