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TigerLures Nembwe Spinner


This spinner, is fitted with 38mm Copper plated brass swing blade and a Red prism sticker. The components used in this spinner are brass bearings for perfect spinning action,  0.76 mm stainless steel wire for strength and rigidity, 3.7  gram cylindrical  brass copper plated body. The swing  blade spins in a wider arc that creates more flash and will continue spinning at slow retrieves.

This spinner is built  in our factory in Noordhoek, Cape Town, South Africa.  Once assembled they are tuned and  swim tested in our lure testing tank.  We guarantee precise spinning action so that the lure does not turn on its self, this will  ensure that your fishing  line does not get twisted!

It is important to check the alignment of the spinner after every fish that you catch or if you get stuck and manage to retrieve it.  Always make sure that the wire is straight and that the clevis has not been flattened by a big fish. all of the above will impede the performance of the lure.

We do not use a split ring to connect the hook to the wire. from experience we have found that a big fish will unwind the ring off the lure.

When casting the spinner, for best results,  give the rod  a few little jerks and start the retrieve, you will immediately feel if the spinner is turning by the amount of resistance that it creates. Always watch the spinner at the end of the retrieve and you will see it swimming correctly. If not examine it and ensure that the wire is straight and the clevis is free.

Great spinner for the upper Zambezi, Okavango, for all the large bream species and  bass. Good colour for dirty water

Body –    3.7gram cylindrical  brass copper plated body.
Blade –  38 x 15 x 0.65 mm brass Copper plated.
Sticker – Prism Red
Wire –  0.76 mm  spring stainless steel.
Bead – 6 mm plastic  Fluorescent RED
Hook – #4 VMC Treble 
Bearings – Machined brass 
Clevis –  Folded 
Length – +/- 70 mm
Weight – +/- 7 grams
Loved By George P.
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  • Richard:

    This is also great for three spot bream in the okavango also. It can be cast near sand banks that have a deep cavity on one side from wash. Your yellow colors work well for me in clear water. Often big three spot lie there. Also I find a good technique for nembwe and three spot is to cast within a foot of cover in deep channels and let it sink for as long as possible before retrieve. Many takes happen as the lure sinking

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