Luhr Jensen® Krocodile® Spoons
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- Versatile, multi-species spoons
- Narrow shape and heavyweight design
- Stamped and formed from solid brass
- Plated with corrosion-resistant chrome
Lure 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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 34
Rated 5 out of 5 by md9963 An Old Standard
All sizes and colors perform well for different applications. I have been using these for years and, with all the new fancy lures available these days, I still end up snapping a Krocodile on the line sometime during the fishing day.
May 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Laguna Krocodile Smile
We own many brands of lures. Most are very good. A few are excellent. Krocodile is one of the excellent. We primarily fish the Eastern Sierra. Krocodile lures will catch fish weather trolling or casting.
Last fall I fished Panguitch Lake in Southern Utah. I got a late start, somewhere around 10:00 am. I was told that the bite was slow. I did not see many bent rods. I dropped anchor and cast a Krocodile. First cast, fish on! I have no idea how many cutthroats I caught and released. Other fishermen weren't as busy as was I with my Krocodiles. Krocodiles were the only lures I used on that trip; they were the only lures I had to use!
Krocodiles will catch fish. I recommend them without reservation.
March 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by nightwings good casting lure
works well for corvina and halibut , usually in hammered chrome and chrome and blue
January 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spothunter 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
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