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Johnson Lures Original Silver Minnow Spoons

   

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Red White

Red White

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
7

Model:
SM1/8-RW
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2143494

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Red White

Red White

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SM1/4-RW
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2143495

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Red White

Red White

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SM1/2-RW
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 2143496

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Red White

Red White

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3

Model:
SM3/4-RW
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 2143497

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Red White

Red White

3-3/4"

1-1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
1

Model:
SM11/8-RW
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 2143498

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Silver

Silver

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
7

Model:
SM1/8-SLVR
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 269578

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Gold

Gold

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
7

Model:
SM1/8-GLD
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 269580

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Silver

Silver

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SM1/4-SLVR
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 269582

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Black Nickel

Black Nickel

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SM1/4-BLK
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 269583

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Gold

Gold

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SM1/4-GLD
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 269584

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Silver

Silver

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SM1/2-SLVR
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 269586

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Black Nickel

Black Nickel

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SM1/2-BLK
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 269587

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Gold

Gold

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SM1/2-GLD
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 269588

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Silver

Silver

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3

Model:
SM3/4-SLV
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 269590

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Gold

Gold

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3

Model:
SM3/4-GLD
  • $5.29

  • SKU: 269592

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Silver

Silver

3-3/4"

1-1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
1

Model:
SM1 1/8-SLVR
  • $5.49

  • SKU: 269594

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A tackle box standard, the Johnson Lures® Original Silver Minnow™ is a classic spoon. Not only is it weedless, it can be cast, trolled, jigged or twitched on the bottom.

  • A classic spoon
  • A go-to lure
  • Weedless
Johnson® Original Silver Minnow™ Spoons 4.6 5 54 54
A killer The biggest johson silver or golden spoon are killers to dourados ,cachorras and tucunarés here in Brazil. They are my first cast always, only later I change to others lures, first a big spoon to see what fish are hunting. Noronha August 29, 2012
bigger spoons are better one-half ounce spoons allow for longer more accurate casts. Great for schooling fish or sight fishing. July 31, 2012
Still Reliable Still working just as it did 30 yrs ago with the same results. Catching fish and using time and time agian July 30, 2012
A classic This spoon is one of the better made spoons on the market. The hook is heavy duty, sharp and the spoon's plating and finish are high quality. It is just as effective with a trailer as without and adding a small trailer doesn't seem to affect the action. It also casts well. July 28, 2012
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CAN U GET IT IN 1/16 OZ

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The hook is unusually dull and it is awkward to sharpen because of the angle. How or what do people use to get them razor sharp?
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You don´t use a very fine point in the hook here in Brazil, with the exception of the tucunaré, the dourados and the cachorras have bone in their palato, you need a good hook, with a good point, but one that do not broke or bend when you strike the fish.
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a narrow fine grit stone is used to sharpen at three different angles. This will give you a needle point.
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I use a hand held metal file with a very fine rasp. Use one finger to hold the metal bar down so it doesn't get in the way while you are sharpening the hook. That should do it for you.
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What color is good for striper fishing?
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Use a half ounce spoon wth the color of the bait they ae chasing. Usually a white shad color. Add color by using a plastic trailer.like a grub. Very effective on shallow fish thirty feet or less.
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silver
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the 1-1/4 oz silver spoon works great
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The larger the spoon, the larger the light reflection and flash.

A larger spoon in the silver pattern should work well for stripers.

Good Fishing!
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the 1/4-ounce size is definitely too small for striper because of the small hook but any of the larger ones should be work well with 3/4-ounce being the best overall size for stripers.

as for color, silver is the best color overall, especially in the fall when stripers are chasing shad. gold is a good alternative in the spring and summer when they'll also eat bluegills and crawdads. i have never used the black nickel color before.
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The 1/8 oz is 2" and the 1/2 oz is 3".
I'm using the 3". Works with the bass
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the 1/4-ounce version is 2-1/4 inches long and the 1/2-ounce version is 2-3/4 inches long. i don't know about the larger ones though. just a note: the 1/2-ounce versions actually weighs 0.4 ounces, not quite 0.5 ounces...still casts a mile and is the best size for largemouth.
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I use these spoons a lot for mid summer fishing and i even have a review on them but does anyone think(or know) if these would make good spoons for cold water winter bass fishing in places like the midwest in water that is abould 25-40 feet deep.
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in Nj I use in in the spring for pickerel
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I fished in Ky for many years and used Cotton Cordell spoons for jigging in the winter for cold water bass. The Johnson is a good active bass but not really made for jigging.
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It is good in open water.
For a trailer I attach a hitchhiker spring trailer holder to the hook and screw on a small curl tail grub. The hitchhiker is a device for attaching a trailer to any lure with a single hook. It allows the trailer to move naturally and enhances the action of the lure. Especially Silver Minnow spoons and spinner/buzz baits.
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The spoons are good in open water, but are excellent for plucking bass from matted vegetation in shallow water. A short, compact trailer is best since it won't foul the spoon's wobble, probably something like a Berkley PowerBait Double Tail Grub. To find the Double Tail Grubs, do a product search for item number 38-250-317-03
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