Bass Pro Shops Shad Chopper Spoon Lures

   

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1-1/2"

3/4 oz.

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4

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SC34-02
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A spoon that you can helicopter? You simply won’t believe the action this flashy little Bass Pro Shops® Shad Chopper Spoon delivers! Its compact body is topped by a rotating head equipped with two large, hinged prop blades. Rip it upward, and the blades clack against the body; let it fall, and they spread, flutter, and spin—an incredible underwater display. Suspended fish just have to whack it! Premium Black-Nickel hook.

Bass Pro Shops Shad Chopper Spoon Lures 3.8 5 31 31
Shad Chopper Spoon Lure I used this lure for jigging for striped bass in 25 to 50 ft. of water. The treble hook most times gets caught in the lure making it ineffective when jigging it. It has good action but 80% of the time when retrieved, the hook is caught in the body of the lure. January 24, 2011
awsome i bought this and wasent sure how id like it but it is awsome the norther pike hit it like crazy October 31, 2010
Great Lure! I used this lure for the first time today. Fish were attacking a school of finger mullet. I ran the lure through them and got hits every time until my line broke and bye-bye lure. :-( I wish I had bought more than one. This worked much better than any other spoon I have used. I will be buying a few more on the next trip to Bass Pro Shop. August 5, 2010
Poor construction. On the third cast one of the wings fell off.I have another one, so i flared the little pins that hold the wings on slightly more.That seems to be working OK. July 29, 2010
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Does the helicopter effect work when the lure is twitched or jerked, or does it only work on significant drops and retrieves?
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The helicopter spoon blades are fished as a "drop-bait" and retrieve lures. Thank You!
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Helicopter spoons are fished as a "drop-bait" and retrieve bait. Thank You!
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They all have a size 4 hook.
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I never tried it so I can't give you a honest answer
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never ice fished, but you need a stiff, long leader for jigging. this will stop the line from looping and tangling around the lure.
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whats the best color

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White
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gold for overcast, cloudy days, silver for sunny days.
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The best color is the one you personally feel most confident in. Trust me on this one.
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Doesn't matter, use it in 15-20 ft of water with rising bait fish.
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No they dont
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No. The whole point of this lure is to flash and sink with a helicopter-type action. I suppose it could be fished with a fast retrieve near the surface, but that's not its principal purpose.
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with a VERY FAST retrieve
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I can keep it about @ 6-10 ft, so no it will not stay on top, quick jig and retrieve works best.
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on the retrive it will but it wont float on its own
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No it sinks, fast. Dont buy it.
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any good? (for bass?)

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Yes they work great but use fast action
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yes (yes)
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the best.
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Excellent for Bass, see attached photo.
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yes
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I only used it for about 10 casts before it cut my line. I would say no
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This is a pretty good lure.
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It's great for stripe bass. Spots will also hit it.
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if so, how weedless?
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Not weedless
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Not weedless, although the spinning blades might deflect some before the treble hook grabs them. I think its best use is for casting to pilings, rocks, etc.
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not at all. snags easily
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No, I use the 3/4 oz to make long casts into rising baitfish.
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no
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no it is not weedless.
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No it is not weedless.
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you can convert it to (near) weedless by changing the hook from treble to single hook. I fished it in less than 2' of water and it picked up a bit of grass. anything over 4' it was great.
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Not really slow action works best
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No I would say more of a Buzz bait/spinner
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That's how I use it, since it's designed to be dropped with a flashy helicopter kind of motion. I believe jigging is its best use.
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Yes, but best used casting and jigging with a quick retrieve.
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i would say no
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simular, but with more action than you get with a spoon.
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yes, this is a jigging spoon
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it is a mix between a jigging spoon and an inline spinner. Heck its a spinning jigging spoon. Tight lines
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It's great for jigging. We do upgrade the treble hook size.
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I fish it just like a regular spoon. steady retrieve. Inverted hook and swivel to make prop work on retrieval. i am fishing east coast of Florida (Salt water),but you could use as a jigging up and down in Lake "O" It was designed for fresh water, Eh. (my family is Canadian) and your provence in your location is spelled wrong. Ontario not Ontatio...type-o.
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