I have received some wooden blanks to make Devon minnows. Can anyone help with advising me the best way to cut the angles to fit the spinning vanes? Is there any sort of jig that anglers use. Any help will be much appreciated.
Get your orders in for the new season 8 minnows in your choice of colours plus uk postage £24 all in.
Wooden or Moulded weighted plastic or metal
All available but sizes are limited.
I will also do a mix and match if sizes are available.
Pictures available on request.
Moulded plastic weighted minnows I will supply a kit with 10 minnows 20 fins and 20 eyes for £10 posted in the UK.
You can then paint them to your own colours.
weights vary but they are all between 2.5 and 3" I can supply pics on request.
Inherited a few Devon Minnows from my father. Most are unweighted and I fish with the bouncing Betty setup as shown on Chris Connoly's website. However I have a few with a copper? tube running through them. One or two of the very small ones are actually metal. Are these meant to be fished on...
Many thanks to all the forum members who supported tay minnows in 2017 and look forward to supplying you for the coming season.
Thanks to all the great comments from my work with PDAA and all the donations to help my coaching.
Im no longer on the committee for PDAA but will still be coaching...
Just received my order of Devon Minnows off Chris connelly on the forum and they are brilliant quality all hand painted to the colours I wanted and no fuss or hassle would really recommend Chris if your after some top fella
Having a wee clear out so grab a bargain, I will also put them on the classified for anyone interested in stocking up.
For the nostalgia hunters I have a wee collection hand painted back in 1950 so have a wee look.
I have had a bit of a purple patch at my local junk store. As well as a rather nice 6ft cane fly rod and Hardy reel, I have come across two different Hardy fibreglass spinning/bait rods rods, one from the start of that era, the other the middle. Neither in great quality, but they may well be fun...