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Postby Kelper » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:12 pm

I've got tons of spoons. Superiors sizes 5-8, Clendons, Katchmor, Canadians, etc brass, good, chrome, and tons of variety. Inherited them with the boat I bought. Anybody want to share any good spoon fishing strategies? Do you run spoon/flasher alternating up the lines ever? Trying to make use of the mess I have in my garage right now!
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Re: Spoons

Postby Crawfish » Sun Dec 25, 2016 1:26 pm

Straight Spoons are good for bow poles on shorter leaders. Straight spoons are also good for inside deep clearance issues.

In my experience you will be better off in a scratch bite by alternating spoon flasher combinations. But when they bite well I can typically do better by running all flashers on the lighter leads and spoons with short leaders on the heavy's.

Of course there is always the exception to the rule.

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Re: Spoons

Postby Salty » Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:17 pm

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