Boat More ‘Eyes With Northland’s Baitfish-Image Spinner Rigs

Bemidji, MN – Aiming to put more walleyes in your boat this summer? Look no further than Northland’s time-tested Baitfish-Image® Spinner Rig collection. The dynamic Baitfish-Image spinner blades are one of the hottest producers on the professional walleye circuits and have claimed more 1st place winners than all other spinner rigs combined!

The secret is the specially-designed lifelike holographic Baitfish-Image attractor blade that matches-the-hatch and mimics a walleye’s favorite meal, a crippled baitfish minnow. The shimmering blades spin, pick up light and reflect the Baitfish-Image back with each revolution to produce the illusion of live bait. It fools wary fish and triggers aggressive strikes.

Baitfish-Image Spinner (Colorado)

Recommendations for fishing the Baitfish-Image spinner are as follows: In clear water, use natural baitfish colors like Silver Shiner, Perch and Rainbow Chub. In lightly stained water, Gold Shiner, Yellow Perch and Firetiger patterns work best. For dark stained/muddy conditions, go to larger blades (#4, #5, #6) in eye-popping fluorescents. When trolling or retrieving a spinner, vary your speed by pumping the rod tip and with “S” turns and erratic stop-and-go movements. When a bite is detected, hold the rod steady and slowly drop the hook towards the fish before setting the hook. It’s often a 5 count. Let ‘em eat it… then stick it to ‘em!

Baitfish-Image Spinner Rig (Firetiger)
Baitfish-Image Spinner Rig (Clown)

“Baitfish Image Spinners have been my staple for spinnin’ up walleyes for years,” said Northland pro, Brian “Bro” Brosdahl. “There are perch patterns, shiner patterns… many different colors of blades and there’s always a color to get the walleyes to bite whether it’s on a glacial lake or during tournaments when I’m fishing Oahe, Erie or Green Bay. Baitfish Image Spinners are dominant in all these lakes and regions. They’re pure genius when you think about it—how you can go out to just about any body of water troll with a crawler, minnow, or leech and catch consistent walleyes every time.”

Bro continues: “And don’t skimp. Having plenty of colors and varieties of the Baitfish Image Spinner is recommended. That’s an extra advantage to catch fish no matter what. You don’t want to show up with your favorite color and be a one-trick-pony. I recommend anglers buy the kit to ensure they have the right tool for the job no matter where you fish. You never know when the fish are going to want pink or perch patterns or gold. It doesn’t take much change in the spinner blade to create a fantastic day on the water.”

Baitfish-Image Spinner Harness (Dace Pink)
Baitfish-Image Spinner Harness (Gold Perch)

Bro says that all in all, the Baitfish Image Spinner is just a producer. “I don’t go anywhere without a full assortment ready to deploy at a moment’s notice,” said Brosdahl. In the guide game or the tournament game, it’s game on, either as a two-hook harness, single hook rig or the available 18 piece kit.

Baitfish-Image Spinner

10 Colors

MSRP $2.99

Baitfish-Image Spinner Harness

10 Colors

MSRP $3.99

Baitfish-Image Float’n Spin

10 Colors

MSRP $3.99

Baitfish-Image spinner (Indiana)

ABOUT Northland Fishing Tackle

In 1975, a young Northwoods fishing guide named John Peterson started pouring jigs and tying tackle for his clients in a small remote cabin in northern Minnesota. The lures were innovative, made with high quality components, and most importantly, were catching fish when no other baits were working! Word spread like wildfire, the phone started ringing… and the Northland Fishing Tackle® brand was in hot demand! For 40 years now, John and the Northland® team have been designing, testing and perfecting an exclusive line of products that catch fish like no other brand on the market today. Manufactured in the heart of Minnesota’s finest fishing waters, Northland® is one of the country’s leading producers of premium quality jigs, live bait rigs, spinnerbaits and spoons for crappies, bluegills, perch, walleyes, bass, trout, northern pike and muskies.

ABOUT Bagley Bait Company

The personality of any company comes from its founder. Jim Bagley was an inventive, fun-loving, passionate fisherman who became one the most respected legends in the fishing tackle industry. In late 2010, Jarmo Rapala and a group of investors bought Bagley Bait Company. As an admirer of Jim Bagley for his attention to quality and of his product ingenuity and innovation, Jarmo initiated significant changes in operations, enhanced production processes and quality control. Now in 2020, Northland® Fishing Tackle, along with Jarmo as its Chief Lure Designer, maintain the legacy of creating premium balsa crankbaits and topwater lures, as well as jigs and spoons for both freshwater and saltwater anglers.