Ok, here's were I think you are having problems.
1. Not big enough for a jump. From what I see, you're going to need maybe a 15-20 footer nicely built park jump (don't worry, failing first time Lincolns don't hurt that bad)
2. You're hucking way way too much. You huck so hard that it is throwing you off.
Look, you've thrown and initiated the spin before you even get off the jump. Pop, then throw. Don't thrown in the pop, it'l set you more upside.
3. Throw it more relaxed. Just pop, throw that right arm, focus on a point, turn your head to the right, and grab.
4. Spot your landing by following step 3, turn your head. If you've thrown a Lincoln on a tramp, your body will automatically know once the horizon is set the way it should be, you will spot the landing and level out. The whole reason you turn your head is to keep set the horizon straight earlier. Look at were your head is:
Looking up, right? That's why you couldn't spot. I hope this has helped you. Good luck on your next attempt!