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Terminator Terminator T-1 Series Titanium Spinnerbaits - Double Willow

Sporting a non-deformable titanium wire with Snapback™ technology and QuickSkirt™ fast-change skirt system, the price of this Terminator T-1 Series Titanium Spinnerbait is easy to justify! Beveled-edge blades provide a crisp, fin-like flash not seen in other spinnerbaits, and the intricately detailed, metallized baitfish head provides added realism. Runs true out of the box--no need for re-tuning. Non-deformable titanium wire  Snapback technology  QuickSkirt fast-change skirt system  Beveled-edge blades  Intricately detailed, metallized baitfish head  Runs true out of the box
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IWONDERING IF THERE IMPROVED.

I HAD ALOT OF BREAKES RIGHT AFTER THE BEND ON THE BLADE WIRE,ALSO LOST ALOT OF BLADES FROM THEM FLYING OFF! OTHER THEN THAT I LIKE THEM! IM NOT SURE IF MAYBE I GOT A BAD BATCH? I JUST BOUGHT A BONCH OF EM WHEN THAY WAS ON SALE, HAVENT USED ANY OF THEM YET
asked 4 years, 4 months ago
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RUFF
 - WATERFORD, MI
on Terminator T-1 Series Titanium Spinnerbaits - Double Willow
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answer 1
Nope, I've had the same issues. I had forgotten about the blades flying off. I keep extra swivwels, rings and blades in my tackle for this reason.
answered 6 months ago
by
Fishnguy
 - Madison, Ohio
answer 2
I started using the Terminator T-1 spinner bait when it first came out.
Yes I have lost a few spinners & other small problems But over all I have found out they last a lot longer then some of the other spinner brand I have tried.
I just keep going back to the terminator T-1 still the best I have used.
answered 11 months ago
by
oldbasscatcher
 - Texas
answer 3
If you use a snap instead of tying your line directly to the spinnerbait, that will take a lot of stress off during the fight. After using snaps, I only broke one spinnerbait, and it was a Strike King fishing salt water. My terminators have held up well. You want a durable snap from Offshore Angler so that big fish can't straighten out the snap. But your Terminators should work well with a snap.
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
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Bassmaster465
 - Grand Rapids, MI
answer 4
I have been using the T-1s for two years and haven't had any problems. I still have all the originals (except the one that got taken by a nice fish!) So far this has been the best lure I've used for warm water species.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
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grwager
 - Albany, NY
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