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Old 05-24-2011, 04:50 PM   #21
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get on E-Bay,and yes they are hard to find.......3 oz spoons are a very good offshore lure...I always carry at least a dozen.......long range casting or jiging around a school of bait-fish hang on...... I perfer the Krocadile brand much higher quality chrome and welded hook ring......big spoons are used in the Pacific North-West for Salmon............D Law
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Old 05-26-2011, 11:05 PM   #22
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get on E-Bay,and yes they are hard to find.......3 oz spoons are a very good offshore lure...I always carry at least a dozen.......long range casting or jiging around a school of bait-fish hang on...... I perfer the Krocadile brand much higher quality chrome and welded hook ring......big spoons are used in the Pacific North-West for Salmon............D Law
...spoons are one of the best fish catching lures. See a nice pod of baitfish clustered up. Cast out a 3-OZ spoon right inside the pod,or just on the outside...hang on ,that reel is gonna start screaming drag. Ah the sound I love to hear. Even hook up some big tarpon on nice shiny chrome or gold spoons. The water temps are rising,the wind's "should"be starting to lay down some soon. Then it will be going on!
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Old 06-03-2011, 11:23 AM   #23
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Hey Dave, I modified a couple big spinner lures with a gold spoon. This will make quite a bit of noise for them. I will try try them oiut next time.
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Heck if you can do that your a hero. Went out last thursday and they pretended like 80lb mono was sewing thread. Ended up putting 6ft wire leaders on and had no trouble catching them off the rigs
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Old 06-21-2011, 05:51 PM   #25
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King on light tackle is the only way to go. I have a 7' Castaway with a revo on 12lb test that I am going to try out next trip. Last time out, we caught a 40lb Jack on 15lb test and a calcutta 400. That was a fight!!
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