''The Nitro Flash is a blast to finish. There's not much finesse to it--you have to be aggressive. But it will pay off with some truly massive strikes!" Stacey King 12-Time Bassmaster Classic® Qualifier
From the trophy lakes of eastern Texas comes an innovative big-fish technique that's sweeping the country. The Bass Pro Shops Nitro Flash Casting Spoon does its damage wherever bass are herding baitfish onto gravel points and tapering flats. The Nitro Flash's solid brass body sinks at a consistent rate, flashing and fluttering on the drop like a wounded shad. Rip it up a foot or two, let it fall back on a semi-taut line, and repeat, all the way to the boat. At 5", this is a big lure, designed to take big fish on a reaction bite; bass attack it like there’s no tomorrow. Brilliant, high-flash finishes with premium hardware.
Rated 5 out of 5 by skeeterdad Affordable Flutter Spoons That Work
I have been a spoon fisherman for years so when the new Flutter Spoon movement came to be I was some of the first in line. I have been fishing these in my guide service on Toledo Bend and Sam Rayburn and they catch fish and are made of quality hardware.
The main problem I am having is that most everything in the lake wants a piece of these spoons. In addition to largemouth bass...Striper, white bass, yellow bass, drum and flathead catfish all will eat these spoons. They are about half price the cost of the premium flutter spoons.
September 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tamrich Lake Fork Big Bass Producer
If you are after Big Bass on Lake Fork in
deep water this is the lure to use.
June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TKMike Nitro Spoon Review
Outstanding spoon for Northern Pike, great action and flash attraction. Casts easily.
June 9, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by ABWalleyeGuy Nice large spoon for Pike and Bass
I ordered the bluegill pattern as it closely resembles a perch. Nice finish. It doesn't seem bullet proof when it comes to teeth. Fish with teeth (pike and walleye) may put a hurtin' on the finish, but should last for a long time with bass, provided you don't hang it on the rocks often. Nice size and weight for casting, with a slender shape which lends itself nicely to trolling. 100 yards of line gets you fairly deep (10-15ft).
June 30, 2010