Spinner Aas Fishing Lures are made with the aim of reducing harmful and negative environmental impacts caused by the traditional lead-based lures. Lead free lures are a benefit to you, the environment and will help support water health, fish, and wildlife so that we can maintain the joy of fishing for generations to come.
We take pride in the fact that each of our lures are hand-made with our revolutionary blend of 100% Lead Free alloy and are of the highest quality. Our lures are made with highly durable resources that come from North America.
Our lures can be custom made and are designed, tested, and proven to mimic natural prey with real life action to help you catch that Big One!
Spinner Aas Fishing lures is founded by a family that loves recreational and competitive fishing, with a combined 40 years of experience we have been able to tweak and
perfect our lead-free lures.
Over the years we have come to realize that cheap, mass-produced fishing lures aren’t what real fishermen are looking for. Why? Because fish get accustomed to the same-old fishing lures that everyone else is throwing.
So, if you don’t want to have the same fishing lures as everyone else or you just can’t find what you’re looking for, why not create your own unique custom one of a kind lure?
Or, choose from our many pre-made specially crafted designs and modify it by changing the body weight, the skirt colour combination and the blades.
What this means for you is that even when you’re in heavily fished waters,
Spinner Aas Custom Lures will get the Bite On!
Environment Canada is moving towards implementing Lead-Free Fishing Tackle.
The use of lead fishing sinkers and jigs are already prohibited in both
Canada’s National Parks and Canada's Wildlife Areas.
There is a large and diverse range of sizes and types of fishing sinkers and jig products available for sale in Canada. Each year on average the 3.3 million anglers in Canada will purchase 11 to 15 new sinkers and jigs to replace those that have been lost in Canada’s lakes and waterways. The vast majority of them contain lead and most are sold through sporting goods retailers. About 50 tonnes of lead sinkers and jigs are manufactured in Canada each year
and about 465 tonnes (90% of the total) are imported, the majority of which come from China,
the United States and Taiwan.