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Spoon Fishing Tips? #10580282 01/30/15 12:05 PM
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Any tips for fishing Spoons?




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Re: Spoon Fishing Tips? [Re: Chance Kubeczka] #10581147 01/30/15 05:48 PM
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Sure you just buy these from me! I sell them rigged with a soft plastic or un rigged so you can add your go to bait.


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Re: Spoon Fishing Tips? [Re: Chance Kubeczka] #10596080 02/05/15 04:17 PM
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Andy's a good guy chance. He fishes south texas and is a good guide down there.

Not much to fishing a spoon Chance. Reel it in at different speeds and you might even twitch the rod occasionally or pump it up and down like a fishing a worm.

Spinner rigs like Andy's talking about are great for reds as well. fish it the same as a spoon too.

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Re: Spoon Fishing Tips? [Re: Chance Kubeczka] #10628695 02/18/15 10:19 PM
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Best tip I've got is to let it fall after the cast, don't start reeling it in right away. I'll let them fall a good 5-count at least, then start the retrieve with a slight twitch. Twitch it in, and about every 10 feet or so let it stop, drop the rod-tip to half-staff to give it some slack, and let it dead-fall about a 3-count. Then twitch-start the retrieve and start over again. Clear water/bright day subtle stops and twitches on the retrieve. You want the "flash." Dark water/overcast/night a little more of an aggressive "stop-fall-bump" on the retrieve. You want it moving water and making "noise" underwater on the "bump." A couple glass beads in front of the spoon can help make noise, too. Copper for reds, silver for specs has been my experience. I'm by no means a pro angler and I'm sure you'll get lots of better advice here.


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Re: Spoon Fishing Tips? [Re: Chance Kubeczka] #10629428 02/19/15 03:41 AM
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You want the spoon to wobble not spinn.

Re: Spoon Fishing Tips? [Re: Chance Kubeczka] #10631735 02/20/15 01:41 AM
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You can tell that to the 100 redfish that have been caught on my rigs this year so far.


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Nice, I do like to fish a spoon

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