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Perfectly balanced, precisely shaped and incredibly productive, the Bass Pro Shops® Strata Spoon’s core is stamped from solid brass to ensure consistency in weight and action. Outfitted with high-quality components and sporting a hammered, fish-attracting finish, the Strata Spoon’s natural appearance and outstanding fluttering action transcends the ordinary and entices spoon-fed fish to strike. Plus, the Strata Spoon is an an excellent winter lure for suspened and bottom hugging bass.
I have always been a fan of spoons and love this one. I keep several different colors of this one in my tackle box all the time. My favorite is the firetiger color. This product performs very well for me, is easy to cast and is one of my favorite lures.
July 19, 2011
We have had so much rain this spring, that I have not had a chance to get out fishing.
However, I've used these jigging spoons for over 20 years, and they produce just about every time. I'm always seeking to catch walleye, and these do better than any other type lures available. The only thing that may, at times, out fish them, is live minnows or night crawlers, depending on the temp. of the water. I was introduced to these type lures by first using Hopkins spoons. They were productive, as well, but they are extremely expensive, even if you can locate them anymore. They are very hard to find, and strata spoons are just as effective and much more affordable.
April 25, 2011
When jigging in the winter months it's hard to beat this spoon for the price. Find the shad drop down the spoon and hang on. The only thing I do different is change hooks to a #4 owner trebble. This increases the hook up big time. Keep cullin!
December 30, 2010
Best for the money
I love this brass jigging spoon with the nickle finish.The first thing to do is remove the hook and then you will have to use a file or a grinder to thin out the upper portion of the spoon so you can put a split ring on it without destroying the split ring.The other option is to use a snap. Then put a Gamakatsu treble on the business end and you are ready to go
November 18, 2010
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