Heddon® Saltwater Super Spook™
Even your Grandma can make Heddon's Super Saltwater Spook "walk the dog." The long length and added weight ensure longer casts. Finished to perfect baitfish imitations. Equipped with special "Saltwater Stout," corrosion-resistant hardware, including wide-gap short-shank trebles. And it rattles. Length: 5". Weight: 7/8 oz.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perks1061 Great surface lure This baby walks the dog like no other!............ August 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by UnReelFisherman great classic! For the lakes up here in Canada these lures are the bomb for pike, of course you also catch wicked largemouth from time to time and yes if you're going for pike you should replace the split rings and trebbles but I do this to many great lures anyway since I'm a big fan of gamakatsu and is not a good reason to rate it lower. The action is all I am concerned about and this thing blows many topwater lures out of the water literally! It's very easy to walk and produces fish after fish and is so alive looking that I've had seagulls, frogs, snakes, and turtles follow or take a nip at it! Great Lure! A must have! June 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 26Dave great top water lure I use the salt water spook in fresh water lakes where there are Florida Strain bass.These bass will hit it hard and you may catch two at a time.Great top water lure.Good luck fishing April 20, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by jkhull good but could be better i use this for freshwater Hybrid Bass fishing. The best colors are the Black head/Chartruse. solid chartruse is best and bone/bright white. the solid chartruse has worked the best. the current hookes are not strong enough though. hybrid bass hit with about 45 to 50 lbs of pressure and are bending the hooks and the snap rings. this is also a problem when freshwater striper bass fishing. so please tuffen up the snaprings and the hooks. this would make this an ultimate bass lure. October 4, 2010
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Details:I have this lure in silver mullet and have fished it down in Grand Isle after Christmas but have had no luck with it. I think it was only because the bite was just not on last year. Is the silver mullet a good color for that area at that time of the year or should I try out another color?
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A:whenever fishing top water, you need to take into consideration the water temperature, clarity, is it sunny, cloudy... all of these things play into weather or not you should fish top water. I have found that sunrise and sunset times when the weather is warm are the best times for me to use spooks and other top water. this is far more important than color. for color, match the bait fish in your fishery
Details:I have heard that the Super Spook works on freshwater striper. Has anyone had any luck and How?
A:YES IT WORKS VERY WELL WITH STRIPER AND HYBRID BASS. I HAVE ALSO CAUGHT LARGEMOUTH ANS WHITE BASS WITH IT ALL ABOUT 2 HOURS BEFORE DARK WHEN THEY START FEEDING. ALSO EARLY IN THE MORNING FROM SUNRISE FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS. CHARTRUSE COLORS AND BONE WHITE SEEM TO WORK THE BEST HERE IN MISSOURI. SOLID CHARTRUSE IS THE PREFERED COLOR. WE JUST USE A WALK THE DOG PATTERN OR JUST POP IT QUICK. FAST BUT NOT TOO FAST. A MEDIUM RETREVE SEEMS TO WORK BEST. GIVE IT A TRY AND GOOD LUCK.
A:works great best time is during spawn season and fall when the shads are shallow and at dawn and dust . just simply cast it out as far as u can then walk it back. try diferent speed and hold on tight. here in cali we get lots of boils(fish trapping shad on surface) ill throw past thoes boils then walk it right over the boil 50% catch ratio but u got to b fast boil dont last long. best of luck and GOD BLESS
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