Maybe a bit more finesse than a typical flutter spoon and a different action, too, but VMC makes a Gliding Jig that works best with a light trailer. I twist off its silly stock bait keeper and attach a tiny Owner centering pin, then screw on a very small Keitech paddle tail bait. The hook is on top, point up, so fairly snag free and easy for a bass to get hooked on. Two profiles fall through the water column differently but the general action looks like a paper airplane cutting left and right as it falls to the ground.
This would be pretty interesting if a larger form of it were available: the flash of a spoon, gliding motion on its fall, trailer options.
Something like this could be a "cast and retrieve" technique or fished vertically (raised and dropped).
Brad Gliding Jig