The 7 Best Hard Baits – Jigging Spoons reviews
Blue Fox® Rattlin' Pixee® Spoons – Per Each
Sizes: 7/8 oz.
Colors: (116)Holo Gold/Green, (261)Holo Silver/Blue, (881)Holo Lime/Orange.
Cabela's RealImage® Jig-N-Spoon
- 1/2 oz., 2".
- 1 oz., 2-5/8".
- 1-1/2 oz., 3-1/4".
- 2 oz. 3-1/2".
Northland® Forage Minnow® Spoon
Sizes: 1/32 oz., 1/16 oz., 1/8 oz.
Colors: (001)Glo Perch, (002)Glo Chub, (003)Glo Rainbow, (004)Glo Redfish, (011)Silver Shiner, (023)Golden Perch.
Hey guys just wish to outsider here. Something a mail and it's. This little forage minnow Bay fish imaging spoon my grandpa sent. Me it's her pan fish perch. And walleye over here. You guys the letter scares Agrippa. You just wrote it on a piece of paper on a piece of paper that's been like cut down. And stuff good job grandpa dear mister was passed out darling I've been following you on YouTube. Ithought I'd send one of these guys try out I've been using them on gills. And mostly crappies ah. Ido not I do put a minnow head on. It also that's what I do for starters give it a try let. And yeah and I'm going up to. What Scott I'm going up to northern Wisconsin ice fishing so yeah. Imight try one of these things it'll definitely fit in my crappies mouth yeah I've never really caught a crop. You up there I don't know but. This crappie up there I've only caught like. Me like three tough time crappie up there I'm mostly just catch bass. And stuff so are I am yeah my graphics on. Me it's pretty cool try. It out yeah so you enjoyed. This video like subscribe. And yeah so I'll see. You guys in the next video.
Fish Hawk Jigging Shad Spoon
- 1/2 oz., 1-3/4".
- 3/4 oz., 2-1/4".
1 oz., 2-1/2".
Colors: (003)Chartreuse Shad, (005)Firetiger, (009)Sexy Shad, (011)Natural Shad.
Shimano® Butterfly™ Jig – Flat-Side
Colors: (012)Blue Mackerel, (014)Black Anchovy, (105)Black Silver, (447)Chartreuse Silver, (526)Brown Silver, (627)Pink Silver, (928)Blue Sardine.
Original butterfly jigging you know really was effective in. That hundred fifty feet deep. You know Indy poor targeting on those. You know bottoms middle column species really well but. What we were missing was. That 150 feet you know in shallower so the slide in. You know works the same way to. You know you drop it straight to the bottom. When you're pumping slidin. What it does is it gives. You a really long pitch. You know side to side very similar to a long jig. We currently have it's a problem with the long jig is. It takes a while to build up. That momentum to start guarding to. This design is really fast. You know so as soon as. You start you know doing your pumps. It automatically starts doing its pitching motion for me with the shallow water gin system again is it's its lightweight it's comfortable. And it's powerful getting work from your small fish to your big fish it's just a pleasure to fish with. And there's really no stopping them shallow water jigging by Shimano.
Point Wilson Dart Candlefish Jigs
Sizes: 2-1/4 oz., 3-1/2 oz., 4-3/4 oz.
Colors: (001)Pearl/White, (002)Green/Nickel, (003)Blue/Nickel, (004)Blue/Gold, (005)Green/Pearl, (006)Pink/Pearl.
Northland Glo-Shot® Spoon
Sizes: 1/16 oz., 1/8 oz., 1/4 oz.
Colors: (001)Dalmatian, (002)Metallic Orange, (003)Melonball, (004)Lady Bug.
then the magic hour is upon. You know that hour. And ice-fishing where. All comes down to Twilight. And the fish start to move. And what's most important on your lure. It has to glow because baby sometimes. It don't glow you don't want to go. And that's why I'm really excited to share with. You a brand-new product launched from North land fishing tackle called the Glo shot spoon we've. All come to love the flutter spoon the Buckshot flutter spoon. This shape has been awesome due to the fact it's lightweight. And flutters down in front of a fish's nose. And entices them to bite but. Now we've replaced the Buckshot with. This glow shot stick in the back check. That out that actually glows so. You know the glow sticks we've seen them at parties. And what-have-you it's a little stick. You crack and look at it's gonna light up. And glow in either red chartreuse. Or green so you can grab ahold of your spoon flip. And slide and it's gonna snap right into place just like. That so you're here I've got a red. You could you decide. You want chartreuse. Or green you can do. You look at all the different colors you've got to choose from a whole pile of glow shot spoon colors to choose from regardless of your fish crappies walleyes perch what-have-you comes with a neat little tool like. It comes time to swap. It put it's real easy to pop out your glow stick grab a different color. And replace this is the glow shot spoon from North land fish. And a go I don't know about. Ican't wait for it to get dark.
These fish are not going to be able to resist.