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Aquatyer explains Devon Minnow weights
Category: Salmon Fishing Stuff
Inserted By: Lawrence Deans - May 16th, 2015
This article has been read: 708 times.

Experienced anglers know the weight of a minnow needed to fish at different heights of the river. To aid the angler when fishing my minnows I use a simple system so that you can see at a glance what weight your minnow is. There are two weights currently in production for each size, they are Heavy and Standard. The heavy minnows have a dark red eye (now black) and the standard minnows a bright red eye as shown in the pictures. Below is a list of the approximate weights for each size for your reference. thanks

3 inch at 21 grams approx Dark Red or Black Eye
3 inch at 16 grams approx Bright Red Eye
2.5 inch at 12.5 grams approx Dark Red or Black Eye
2.5 inch at 9.5 grams approx Bright Red Eye
2 inch at 9.5 grams approx Dark Red or Black Eye
2 inch at 6.5 grams approx Bright Red Eye

To View or purchase my Devon Minnows visit here

3 with Dark Red eyes on the left

3 with Bright Red eyes on the left

Black & Fluorescent Orange 2 inch 2.5 inch and 3 inch Dark Red eyes


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