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Spinning Lures | Flying C's

Welcome to our spinning lures & flying c's category, your destination for a wide selection of lures designed to entice trout and salmon when spinning. Spinners and Flying C's are highly effective lures known for their spinning blade action and enticing movements, Our collection features a variety of spinners in different sizes, colours, and blade configurations to suit various fishing conditions and preferences. Trout and salmon often find the enticing spinning blade of the lures irresistible!

Flying C lures, on the other hand, are specifically designed for targeting salmon. Their unique shape and weighted body allow for long and accurate casts, while the spinning blade creates a vibrant flash and vibration in the water, attracting the attention of salmon. Shop our Spinners & Flying C's category now and experience the thrill of enticing fish with these dynamic lures!

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Allcock Leaded Trout Spinner
Bluefox Vibrax Foxtail - Spinners Fishing Lures
from £5.35
Effzett Single Hook Spinner - Fishing Spinners Lures
from £2.69 RRP £2.99
Effzett 3D Nature Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £2.69
Effzett Standard Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £2.69
Effzett Fluo Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £2.69 RRP £2.99
Effzett Executor Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £2.99 RRP £3.49
Dennett Flying C Single Hook - Spinning Lures
from £3.75 RRP £3.99
Abu Garcia Droppen Lure - Spinners Fishing Lures
from £4.50 RRP £4.99
Abu Garcia Reflex 3 Pack - Spinners Fishing Lures
from £10.99 RRP £11.99
Mepps Aglia Natural Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £3.99
TK Dande Spinner - Spinner Lures
from £1.99
Abu Garcia Droppen Maxi - Spinners Fishing Lures
from £7.25 RRP £7.99
Reuben Heaton Floating Devon Minnow - Angling Active
from £3.25 RRP £3.99
Savage Gear Flying Eel Spinner - Angling Active
from £9.99 RRP £11.99
Reuben Heaton Devon Minnow Mounts - Angling Active
from £3.75 RRP £3.95
Effzett Spinner Assortment Pack - Spinners Fishing Lures Set
from £9.99 RRP £10.99
Dennett Flying C Kit - Flying C Lures Condoms
from £14.99
Allcock Flo Fish Minnow - Spinners Fishing Lures
from £3.50
Abu Garcia Droppen 3 Pack - Spinner Lures Selection
from £11.99 RRP £12.99
Mepps Aglia E-Brite Spinners - Fishing Lures
from £4.50
Mepps Aglia Comet - Spinner - Mepp
from £3.99
Fox French Blade Spinners - Angling Active
from £2.99
Mepps Trout Lure Kit - Angling Active
Special Price £24.99 RRP £26.99

How to set up a spinning lure?

Spinning lures are commonly used in UK fishing and are effective for targeting a variety of freshwater and saltwater species like trout & salmon. These lures are designed to imitate small fish or other prey and are typically made of metal. They are versatile and can be fished in various ways, making them popular among anglers.

When fishing with spinning lures, one common technique is casting and retrieving. Cast the lure out and let it sink to the desired depth before starting the retrieve. The retrieve can be steady and consistent, imitating a swimming fish or varied with pauses and twitches to mimic wounded or injured prey. Varying the speed and depth of the retrieve can help you determine what works best on any given day. Spinning lures, as the name suggests typically have a blade that spins very fast in the water. To avoid this spinning action tangling your line, always use a swivel to reduce line twist.

What to consider before buying a spinning lure?

When purchasing spinning lures, there are a few important factors to consider. Firstly, the size and weight of the lure should match the target species and the conditions you'll be fishing in. Smaller lures are generally suitable for smaller fish, while larger lures may attract larger predators. Consider the type of water you'll be fishing in as well, as heavier lures may be needed in windy conditions or fast-moving currents.

The design and colour of the spinning lure also play a role in its effectiveness. Lures with realistic finishes, such as natural fish patterns or reflective scales, can be more enticing to fish. Additionally, consider the action of the lure. Some spinning lures have a wobbling or vibrating action, while others may spin or flutter through the water. Experimenting with different designs and colours can help you determine what works best for your target species.

Now, let's talk about Fly C fishing lures. Fly C lures are specifically designed for salmon fishing, popular angling method that uses a rubber body with spinning blade to entice fish. Fly C lures are typically made from latex rubber and metal materials that imitate small prey fish.

When fishing with Fly C lures, the technique involves casting the fly onto the water's surface or just below it, depending on the target species and feeding behaviour. The angler uses various casting techniques to present the fly in a lifelike manner, such as dry flies that float on the water's surface or nymphs that sink below it. Fly fishing requires practice and skill to achieve accurate and delicate presentations.

Another consideration is the size and weight of the flying c. These factors depend on the target species, water conditions and the casting equipment you have. Consider the flying c's colour as well, as it should match the natural prey and be visible to the fish in the water.

Lastly, the quality of the Fly C lures is important. Well-made lures with durable materials and secure hooks will ensure better performance and increase your chances of landing fish. Look for lures with good craftsmanship, strong hooks and well-proportioned components.

In summary, spinning lures are versatile fishing lures used in UK fishing, and they can be fished by casting and retrieving. Consider factors such as size, weight, design and colour when purchasing spinning lures. On the other hand, Fly C lures are specifically designed for fly fishing and imitate insects or small prey. When purchasing Fly C lures, consider the type, size, weight, and quality of the flies. These considerations will help you select the right lures for the target species, fishing conditions and angling techniques you plan to use.