Eppinger® Original Dardevle® Spoons

   

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Hammered Nickel Blue

Hammered Nickel Blue

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
665

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
917

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
916

Black White Stripe

Black White Stripe

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
902

Brass

Brass

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
923

Nickel

Nickel

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
922

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
958

Black Perch

Black Perch

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
959

Hammered Nickel Blue

Hammered Nickel Blue

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
965

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
968

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
217

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
216

Black White Stripe

Black White Stripe

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
202

Brass

Brass

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
223

Chartreuse Red Spot

Chartreuse Red Spot

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
228

Nickel

Nickel

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
222

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
250

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
258

Black Perch

Black Perch

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
259

Hammered Nickel Blue

Hammered Nickel Blue

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
265

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

2-1/4"

2/5 oz.

1

Model:
268

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
117

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
116

Black White Stripe

Black White Stripe

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
102

Brass

Brass

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
123

Chartreuse Red Spot

Chartreuse Red Spot

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
128

Nickel

Nickel

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
122

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
150

Yellow Red Ladder

Yellow Red Ladder

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
157

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
158

Black Perch

Black Perch

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
159

Hammered Nickel Blue

Hammered Nickel Blue

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
165

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
168

Hammered Nickel Red Gold

Hammered Nickel Red Gold

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
1-278

Hammered Nickel Green Gold

Hammered Nickel Green Gold

2-7/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
1-279

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-17

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-16

Black White Stripe

Black White Stripe

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-2

Brass

Brass

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-23

Nickel

Nickel

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-22

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-50

Yellow Red Ladder

Yellow Red Ladder

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-57

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-58

Black Perch

Black Perch

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-59

Hammered Nickel Blue

Hammered Nickel Blue

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-65

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-68

Chartreuse Orange

Chartreuse Orange

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-71

Hammered Nickel Green Red

Hammered Nickel Green Red

3-5/8"

1 oz.

1

Model:
00-277

Red White Stripe Copper Back

Red White Stripe Copper Back

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
609

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
617

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
616

Brass

Brass

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
623

Nickel

Nickel

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
622

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

Fluorescent Orange Black Spot

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
650

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
658

Black Perch

Black Perch

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
659

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
668

Chartreuse Green

Chartreuse Green

15/16"

2/32 oz.

1

Model:
670

Red White Stripe Copper Back

Red White Stripe Copper Back

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
609T

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
617T

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
616T

Nickel

Nickel

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
622T

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
658T

Chartreuse Green

Chartreuse Green

15/16"

1/32 oz.

1

Model:
670T

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

4-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
717

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

4-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
716

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

4-1/2"

2 oz.

1

Model:
758

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

5-1/2"

3-1/4 oz.

1

Model:
358

Red White Stripe Copper Back

Red White Stripe Copper Back

4-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
6309

Yellow Red Diamonds

Yellow Red Diamonds

4-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
6317

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

Red White Stripe Nickel Back

4-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
6316

Nickel

Nickel

4-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
6322

Hot Mackerel

Hot Mackerel

4-1/2"

1-1/2 oz.

1

Model:
6358
The classic Dardevle Spoon remains the one of the most popular and among the most effective all-around fishing lures on the market today. Cast or trolled, this spoon sports a unique wiggling-and-wobbling action that is absolutely irresistible to pike, walleye, bass, and all hungry other game fish species.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 75 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Spoon Great spoon, heavier than the other brand but great quality (Paint, Hook & Material) Great action on the water, Love them! March 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the Best All-Time Lures These simply catch fish. When I fish new waters and nothing seems to be working, I always fall back on these. From bass and pike on Lake Champlain to Rockfish and Salmon in Alaska, something about the red and white just gets it done. I prefer the copper over silver back, but fish both without a noticeable difference in production. You cannot really go wrong with these any way you fish them. January 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great open water pike lure. The Dardevle spoon is a open water pike killer and has been since the first one was made. I like to troll it around shoreline with lots of cover January 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by daredevel green tiger stripe I let my kids use these to catch blue gills and sunfish. This will catch even the smallest fish, LOL. The green/yellow/red tiger striped is the best one. December 16, 2013
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I would go with a natural color and silver on the back, and I would try copper on overcast days.
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the original color(red with the white stripe) always works for me but the black perch color is my second choice.
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It depends on the water clarity and forage base where you fish. However, with the dardevle the classic red and white with silver back, and the black and white with silver back are 2 colors that will work in water conditions from crystal clear, slightly stained, and dark water. These 2 colors will help get you started on any body of water.
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I would attach it to a leader myself, and tie the leader on with a uni-knot. If something toothy bites this without a leader, you might be back here ordering more before you'd like to. :)
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I have always use a snap swivel. Tying it directly to the line will get better action but may twist the line.
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Best action: Tie direct to line.
Pike or toothy fish: Wire leader w/snap.
Small ones: No Knot clips.

I have caught limits on snap swivels, but they really take the action out of the lure.
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With my fly rod, I use a small snap (no swivel).
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The easiest way is to cast it out and real it in - sometimes pause and let it flutter, then speed it up.
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depends what time of year it is and what you want to catch. summer time and fall fish are active so you can use it as a lure and reel fast or slow. or you can jigg. winter i use spoons just for jigging and it works great !
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I do well for bass along the weed edge and also deeper when they go down. A steady retrieve with some pop jigging mixed in works near the weed edge. You can also cast them shallow if you have at least 15" of water over the weeds. I use the 1 oz size because it's wide enough to lift up on the retrieve. Fish them fast making them move like a frog on the surface and then slow down if you move over deeper water near your boat. The last way I like fishing them is wait for the spoon to sink to the bottom (or count down to suspended fish) then slow and steady mostly with a pop jig once or twice. Dardevles are not really jigging spoons, it's better to use other spoons for jigging. But bass like dardevles a lot fished the 3 ways that I use them. My best bass colors are 17 (yellow with the red diamonds), 57 (yellow with red ladder), and 58 (hot mackerel).
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Let the fish tell you how they want it. When I 1st started using spoons I never let the spoon drop down deep enough. If the fish are breaking the surface fish it on top. I always start with the spoon on top and work my way down to the bottom. Most of my fish caught on spoons is when I let the spoon drop to the bottom and bounce it off the bottom on the retrieve. You will loose spoons but that's where most of my fish are caught. when the water warms fish go deep.
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what i can say about the size is, Bigger lure bring bigger fish but not the small one, Small lure bring both... so youre decision!
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