What fish can you catch with a spoon lure?

What fish can you catch with a spoon lure?

Spoons work best for larger fish species such as northern pike, largemouth bass, muskies, walleye, salmon and trout. The action of the spoon is based on its shape and thickness. A long spoon will display a wider side to side wobble than a shorter spoon.

What do spoon lures attract?

The spoon lure is mainly used to attract fish by reflecting light and moving randomly. The design of the spoon lure is simple: an oblong, concave metal piece with a shiny chrome or paint finish and a single or treble hook on the end.

Can you use spoon lure at night?

At night, a white metal makes for a great searching lure. Fish see much better at night and in murky water than most anglers realize. In clear water, with a little bit of light from the moon or a nearby bridge, they can see farther. The action of a spoon creates a great deal of vibration that you can feel on your rod.

What does a jigging spoon do?

VERTICAL JIGGING The purpose of jigging a spoon is to create the appearance of a crippled or distressed fish. While many lures have a built-in action, jigging will enhance it, making the lure even more appealing.

How does Rattle snakie jigging spoon increase your catch?

The RATTLE SNAKIE JIGGING SPOON will increase your catch for all bottom-feeding fish. Our special rattle chamber will magnify its noise as much as ten times under water. Fish feed to noise and vibration, so our special design will help you increase your catch for all game fish.

How much does a rattlesnakie weigh in a store?

RATTLE SNAKIE WEIGHTS/SIZES RATTLE SNAKIE WEIGHTS/SIZES PRICES 1/8 oz. 1″ $3.39 ea. 1/4 oz. 1-1/2″ $3.69 ea. 3/8 oz. 1-3/4″ $3.99 ea. 1/2 oz. 2″ $4.19 ea.

What kind of jigging spoon is best for ice fishing?

RATTLE SNAKIE JIGGING SPOON is excellent for ice fishing and vertical jigging. Use a short-range cast and allow the lure to settle to the desired depth. Reel in line slack, twitch the rod tip, and then take up slack again.