Mower was running let sit for 2 months so I drained the gas took bowls off carbs cleaned everything .still won't start unless I spray carbs acts like not getting gas
The most common cause of carburetor failure in my experience is the needles clogging. They can be cleaned with a very fine wire, however replacing them, especially if they are adjustable, can be tedious.
The main jet is likely clogged with dirt, gelled fuel, or something else. The one in the below photo does not appear to be adjustable, so it should be fully seated when replaced, however an adjustable one will have a process to get it placed in the right spot - this will be in an owners' manual for the carburetor or the engine.
An easy way to check if there is fuel is to pull the spark plug immediately after cranking a few times. If it appears wet, there is fuel, and fuel supply is not your problem (though bad gas might be).