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Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 3:59 pm ]
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Some trout spinners i made;

Spinners
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The Kit
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Author:  manishhgin [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:06 pm ]
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hi mobeen!!!

Ur work is awesome.......some excellent spinners there :-)

i wish i could have them in my tacklebox

thanks for sharing....keep up the good work [smilie=thatworks.gif]

regards
Manish

Author:  Mahaseerken [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:15 pm ]
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Excellent! They look perfect. Happy fishing with them mate.

The best part about making your own lures is that if they don't work you can always go back and get them to evolve. And when they do work it is like heaven.

Author:  king fisher [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 6:59 pm ]
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nice work.now lets see a big trout caught on them. [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]

Author:  ravinp58 [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:48 pm ]
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That's some handiwork Mobeen.
The thrill in catching a fish on home made spinner/lure is something great.
Keep up the good work.

Ravi

Author:  Bobby [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:55 pm ]
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Nice Kit Mobeen

Author:  angler_ali [ Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:57 pm ]
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Good kit Mobeen and some nice spinners.

I would experiment with the kit and design some innovative spinners. Like a two blade etc.

Some color full feathers on the treble will enhance your strike chances.

Regards,

Ali. :P

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 1:27 am ]
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Thanks all, I really need this kind of appreciation.
The next level is dressed spinners and some colorful blades. We are planning few trips for trout, most probably in May-june. The real test is yet to come.

Thanks All :-)

Author:  lionheart [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:53 am ]
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Good Job Mobeen [smilie=coolup.gif]

Author:  arish [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:36 pm ]
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Greate Kit Mobeen :P , im also working on making these kinds of hooks, not only spinners but fly hooks too(i got an ebook titled "Fly Tying Bible"), converting my simple 7feet bamboo cane into a guide fitted rod and struggling to find information on how to make fly reel from scratch.

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 3:01 pm ]
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Dear Arish,
Great to here about innovative work ur doing,
One of my friend once build a fly rod from medium action 9 feet spinning rod, he replace the guides with home made snake guides and changed the position of reel seat.
However the fly reel is really a challenge, may be it would be more expensive then buying from shop, (don’t know), but your own built reel will defiantly satisfy more ur fishing instinct.

As for flies, I think the tools and other fly tying material should be available in India as I heard that India is supplying fly tying kits and material to many international companies. by-the-way the fly tying vise i got from cabelas is also made in India.

Regards

Author:  arish [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 4:35 pm ]
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Hi Mobeen,

Nice to know that you and your friend are making home made kits which hold special place than buying the ready made kits from market. Can you show me the pics of your friends snake guided rod. And how did he made the guides, I too made the snake guides but it is always making an irregular shape. Help needed on making the smooth curve formation. Also needs some lights on step by step process of making reel seat.

Making the fly reel is a big challenge indeed. Money is not the matter when it come to making stuffs from scratch for me. In Hyderabad I cannot find fly reel from fishing material shops so I made a plan to make the reel from scratch. :P

And for fly tying kits I do not have any contacts where to get them in India. Im tying them from whatever material I possesses in home.

Than for sharing your view :P

Regard
Arish

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 5:35 pm ]
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Well Arish!!
I wasn’t involved in the guide making process but what he told me was that;
it was a steel wire, i don’t know which grade but it can bend with heavy pressure with pliers. Roll ur wire around a metal pipe ranging in diameter from .75 cm to 0.5cm. The purpose of the pipe is to avoid irregular turns.
(I will try to get the pic).

For the rod it’s simple. It was an EVA grip, remove foam with blade and place the reel seat at your desire place on rod , then get EVA foam from refrigerator maintenance shop (it is used in insulation) and apply some glue to fix it on rod. (First the front grip, then seat and then rear grip).. that’s it :idea:
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The basic issue with rod is, it must cast a fly line between 4-5 wt (which is normally a requirement for trout), that why the best option is to buy blanks, guides, rod handle kit, some glue and paints and make ur own customize rod (which is really very expensive and u wont going to get extraordinary finish)
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Fly reel!! to me its impossible, too much technicalities are involved.

Author:  arish [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 7:00 pm ]
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Thanks again Mobeen, your help and information are very useful for a beginners like me :D

Will post the detail of my setup once they are ready :P

Regard
Arish

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:12 pm ]
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I have started dressing my spinners, this is a fox tail dressing, gold tinsel is also added to the gold blade

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A set of dakota blade spinners

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Author:  apoo [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:41 pm ]
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Some nice spinners there.

Author:  Mahaseerken [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:10 pm ]
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Very nice stuff you have crafted there.

I saw some interesting hybrids (fly meets spinner) being used by some American fly fishermen on the Ganga. Basically instead of a bushy fox tail they had ties on long streamers on extremely small spinners. Give that a try and see!

Author:  ravinp58 [ Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:09 pm ]
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Awesome Mobeen

Ravi

Author:  Omesh.Moorjani [ Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:57 pm ]
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king fisher wrote:
nice work.now lets see a big trout caught on them. [smilie=coolup.gif] [smilie=coolup.gif]


Common Mobeen I'm sure youve caught something with the spinners.

Show us some pics of some fish!.... If they please the lot on the forum you might just get some orders too!!! Jokes apart did you catch any fish with them yet?

Regards,

Omesh

Author:  Angling4Fun [ Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:32 pm ]
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hi, interesting piece of work you have done...requires patience,enthusiasm and skill..congrats.keep up the good work..btw how much did the kit cost? u got that from india/abroad?

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Thu Mar 10, 2011 12:19 pm ]
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Thanks all,
Making your own spinners is realy a fun and it is cost effective too if ur a lure angler specialy for trout.

Mahaseerken, i will defiantly try soft plastic minnows and streamers too. I got few spin flies from joe's they have a spinners a very light brass bead and a fly tied on a hook, they are great

I got the equipment (Blades, body weights, bearing weights, clevis, wires) from an online shop of USA, It is not actually a kit, i bought all stuff individually and formed my own kit.

If u guys are interested in making ur own spinners then you may get some stuff locally (as we are living in the most creative part of world) :-)

Blades: The only stuff that is difficult to produce locally in less cost.

Weights: I managed to prepared my own brass weights from a local workshop, they are exactly like mepps#1 and worden's 1/8oz, they cost me around US$ 0.20/piece, where as its cost in USA excluding freight + taxes is around US$ 0.50/piece.
You can also go for a molds for lead weights, here the workshop made me a mold in just $15 where as its price on the online shop is $40-50 :D

Beads: they are available in abundance in metal, glass, plastic and stones (btw im also using aqeeq beads too, they look great)

Wires: Steel wires are also locally available.

Clevis: The workshop here also offered me to make stirrup clevis , but they are cheaper in USA where u can get 500 in $6, so may be u guyz will get them in India too.


Now someone has to start crafting spinners :D

Author:  raj [ Thu Mar 10, 2011 3:48 pm ]
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Superb work there Mobeen. DIY takes you to a complete different dimensions of angling. Keep up the hard work and creativity. All the best.

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Wed Jun 15, 2011 3:39 pm ]
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Gentlemen the colored and dressed versions are ready

Inline spinners
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Night Glow
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Indiana blades, silver doted and Red colored with a fly
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Dakota blades
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Willow leaf with patern and dressing
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Author:  contactkalim [ Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:57 pm ]
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Do you plan to sell them? Would love to buy :D

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 1:59 pm ]
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No Im not selling them. plz dont mind.

Author:  lionheart [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 2:18 pm ]
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Xcellent work Mobeen very nice, Thanks for Sharing

Author:  ashwyn [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 2:42 pm ]
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Hey Mobeen, great craftsmanship. You have some serious talent.

Author:  ravinp58 [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 6:32 pm ]
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Deadly creations.

Ravi

Author:  ashokpkl [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 9:07 pm ]
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Great creations Mobeen. Best wishes for future designs & their success!

Author:  chefdash [ Thu Jun 16, 2011 9:14 pm ]
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that's wot i call artisan spinners mate...!
nice one.

Author:  mobeensiddiqi [ Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:29 pm ]
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Thanks all for the encouragement and appreciation. We are going to a mega trout fishing trip for 8 days, starting from 2nd July, lets c

I want to share few things that might help someone.

What we discovered is, making spinners is not just buying material and assembling.

Technically there are few areas
1. Finalize right body wrt blade type. Test it in the same type of water currents where you are going to fish. Some blades are only meant for fast currents whereas some works in all situations. (Google it)
2. Choosing right blade size, blade color/pattern for the fish you are focusing (Google it)
3. Coloring, you have to research which type of paints are available, and how to use them, Car paints are best, some nail polish also works.
4. Other than Blades and clevis every thing is either available or can be produced in workshops.
5. You will defiantly injured your fingers lots of time.


Regards

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