I started making my own spinners about 3 or 4 years ago and it is a copy of the Flash Glo with the chartreuse beads and #4 nickle French blade. It has consistently caught coho everywhere I have fished in SW Washington and usually out fished other spinners (except the Flash Glo of course).
Last year I started fishing Brad's Wiggler's for the first time and caught about a hundred on wiggler's alone and the two hot colors were his #29 which is a custom cherise herring bone and the #08 which is mostly green and they call it the pickle up in Longview. Both colors were hot and consistant and caught silvers September through November.
When I fish eggs I use red eggs. Haven't tried green eggs yet. :grin:
A buddy of mine just got back from Alaska and the spinner of choice up there was a red body/ silver bladed blue fox. How ever, the hot ticket was a fly pattern called the 'egg sucking leech'. A purple leech pattern with a red nose. It seems that was the BRIGHT fish wanted to hit. FYI.
Well...You didn't mention what type of water you're fishing.
For Warts...my own preference is Flo Red.
Spinners...I like the black bladed #3 or #4 Vibrax...works well with a deep slow retrieve in deep holes...also the black blade/green body Vibrax works well too. We caught alot of Coho at the coast trolling the old "Stand-By" #124 Flash Glo..but beware...the big pig nookies will suck them up too. :shocked:
In the deep pools...cast your spinners out...let them sink for a couple of seconds, then reel slow enough that you see your rod tip "throbbing" with the blade's action.