Brightly chrome- or gold-plated with a fast, live-action flutter, these spoons are a hands-down favorite for Spanish mackerel, bonito blue runners, and more. Use either trolled or cast. Equipped with special built-in swivel, red bead, and stainless steel hooks.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Benny1 Clark spoon I have used the Clark spoons for twenty years or more and they are hands down the best lure out there for catching fish . But if I could buy them without hooks I would. I replace all the hooks before using them. The hooks they use break right at the eye for no reason. I have seen them break just by trolling action. June 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptMullet killerspoon This spoon has worked for years. Just crank it hard and fast, with a one and a half ounce weight 3 feet above a swivel, and a Spanish Mackeral will pound it. May 17, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Croixian Breaks at shank twist I've had several of these spoons, but they have a nasty habit of breaking where the shank twists into a loop where it is screwed to the body. One of them broke while taking it out of the package, four of them broke after a strike, two of them broke while removing them from a fishes mouth. They all break in the same place, just where the shank begins its bend to form the screw eye. If these spoons only cost a buck or so, no big deal, but at my local shop, they're $6 each. Won't be using this product anymore. December 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishnfool4life Still the one! I've been fishing the upper Gulf coast for thirty + years and still, nothing catches Spanish Mackerel like the time-tested Clark Spoon. They are deadly on a rig with a short (6-8") wire leader. If the fish get finicky you can just clip them directly to a snap swivel. The lure is long enough to avoid getting bitten off 90% of the time. Just rinse in fresh water after use and they'll last for years. April 20, 2010
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Details:Maybe I'm a dummy, I definitely new to fishing, but why do so many spoons have no weight listed? Could you all please do that?
A:spoons are designed to imitate bait, so they are measured in length, weigth is not relative. You size your lure relative to the size of the bait
A:Our apologies. I have requested that our IT team add this information to the page as soon as possible. For your convenience I have pasted the information in here again from the answer to a previous question on this item
The following is the weights of the Clark spoons listed on this page:
00RBM .2OZ 3/16
0RBM .3OZ 5/16
1RBM .4OZ 3/8
2RBM .5OZ 1/2
3RBM .7OZ 11/16
4RBM .8OZ 13/16
00 .2OZ 3/16
0 .3OZ 5/16
1 .35OZ 11/32
2 .4OZ 3/8
3 .6OZ 5/8
4 .7OZ 11/16
5 1.2OZ 13/16
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