Luhr Jensen®'s Krocodile® Spoons are very versatile, multi-species spoons that are perfect for any fish on the lookout for a flashing, wobbling meal. The Krocodile Spoon's narrow shape and heavyweight design works to create a bold combination of thumping vibration and flashing attraction. Krocodile Spoons are stamped and formed from solid brass, buffed and then plated with corrosion-resistant chrome making them suitable for both fresh and saltwater applications. Sizes 1/6 oz. through 5/8 oz. are rigged with split rings, swivel, a Red magic flipper tail, and an extra Siwash hook in the package. Sizes 3/4 oz. and larger are rigged with welded rings, swivel, and treble hook.
Krocodile gold spoon, best spoon I ever fished wit
I started fishing with the Krocodile gold spoon about 12 years ago and have loved it ever since. I have caught the majority of many redfish on the gold Krocodile as well as many spotted sea trout. I have also used it to find and catch flounder by slow retrieving it around flounder habitat, they will absolutely slam it. I mainly use the 1/4 oz size but I change the hook to a larger size red treble hook sometimes with a feather or deer hair tied on or of late I have been using a single red #4 circle hook with great results, in fact I caught 12 redfish yesterday afternoon after work. Great bait, I love it and hope that it will show up in the tackle stores better than it has lately. I just ordered 10 from Bass Pro Shops and they had to be back ordered. thanks
May 26, 2012
Crocodile spoon 2 1/2 oz well. Made,works great in fast water (in the inlets), change the treble hook to a siwash it will work better, this spoon will not rust like some of the cheaper spoons on the market,this is a must have spoon for Florida inlet fishing
May 1, 2012
Won't be without them again...
We'd had a good morning fishing for largemouth on a Texas lake with good numbers of 2-3 lbs mostly on spinnerbaits. Then the bottom dropped out as we approached noon. Just after lunch, to the amazement of my fishing buddies, I pulled out a 3" chrome Krokodile spoon and tied it on to my baitcaster. The lure casts a mile and is remarkably weedless if fished fast enough to clear the weed tops. I started catching fish and got 8-10 total, all good quality fish, before I broke it off on a cast late in the day. It was the only one I had in my tackle box that day but that will never happen again.
Great, versatile lure that gets results.
February 17, 2012
I have used these lures in the inshore Gulf of Mexico for over 20 years and I am thoroughly satisfied with them. Everything from Reds to Spanish to flounder and specks hit these things hard. Krocs have a much better action in the water than the average spoon. There is something about them fish can't resist. Because the type of leader I use already has a swivel, I remove the one that comes attached to the 5/8 oz size Kroc so I get an extra swivel with each lure plus a regular type hook. I assume they add the regular hook in the package to use where taking fish with a treble hook is not permitted. I use the 5/8 exclusively so I'm not sure if all Krocs come packaged this way. The one downside is that these lures are almost twice as much as some spoons out there, but I think it's worth the price.
August 11, 2011
The rules are simple: match lure size to the forage of your target and if fishing is slow or dead go to smaller size spoons. For trolling, you would choose the lighter 3/4- or 1-oz. size. Ory try 1/2 to 3/4 oz.