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Mann's® The Little George® Spoons

   

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White Black

White Black

1/4 oz.

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WB4
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White Blue

White Blue

1/4 oz.

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WBL4
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  • SKU: 270579

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

1/4 oz.

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CH4
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  • SKU: 270580

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Pearl White

Pearl White

1/4 oz.

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WP4
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  • SKU: 270581

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Hammered Chrome

Hammered Chrome

1/4 oz.

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HC4
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White Black Holographic

White Black Holographic

1/4 oz.

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Model:
WB4H
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  • SKU: 901446

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White Black

White Black

1/2 oz.

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Model:
WB2
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  • SKU: 270584

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White Blue

White Blue

1/2 oz.

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Model:
WBL2
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  • SKU: 270585

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

1/2 oz.

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Model:
CH2
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  • SKU: 270586

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Pearl White

Pearl White

1/2 oz.

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Model:
WP2
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  • SKU: 270587

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White Black Holographic

White Black Holographic

1/2 oz.

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Model:
WB2H
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  • SKU: 901457

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White Blue Holographic

White Blue Holographic

1/2 oz.

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Model:
WBL2H
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Teardrop shape and center-line balance cause it to "parachute" down with the spinner blade creating a wiggle and flash that drives fish wild.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great choice This product is a great choice for anyone who loves to fish and catch big fresh water fish. September 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by OLDIE BUT A GOODIE IT`S BEEN YEARS SINCE I USED A LIL GEORGE BUT A BUDDIE OF MINE TOLD ME TO BRING SOME WHEN I CAME DOWN TO LA. TO FISH WITH HIM. THEY REALLY WORK. CAST AND RETRIEVE OR JUST JIGGING UP AND DOWN AFTER FINDING FISH ON ELECTRONICS. CAUGHT LARGE JAWS AND WHITE BASS ON THEM. May 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Search Bait A must have in any fishermans arsenal! I purchased a couple 1/2oz and 1/4oz and both produced Crappie and Bass! The only reason for 4Stars is the quality on the back wire. 1 had paint so thick I had to work at it to get the blade to work properly and the other the ball bearing would work its way into the end of the wire causing the blade to stop spinning. Im worried that a few aggressive Whites might destroy these wires too. September 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best all-round lure, period! Lil George is THE go-to lure when I'm out searching for fish of almost ANY species! Have caught White Bass, Striper, Largemouth, Smallmouth, Crappie, Catfish, Drum, Perch, Bluegill, Carp, etc. Throw a Lil George and you'll know whether or not there are any fish in your vicinity! Will not leave home without it! April 14, 2011
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from tip to end of spoon how long are they and what are the hook sizes?
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Best to contact the manufacturer.
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They will catch both fish. They are somewhat heavy and can cast a long way.
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YES both. i have even caught Hybrid bass on one.

great for BASS
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You can't make a bad choice here, just get several in 2-3 colors and you'll be good to go.
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i caught my hybrid bass on the chartreuse color.
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Not realy a go to bait in my book. This is an old lure. Newer and more advanced lures would be in my arsenal.
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If that's what they want, yes. Buy several because they get hung easily in brush...unless you remove two of the three treble hooks or BETTER YET, replace the trebble hook with a slightly larger single hook. the single hook is also less likely to get thrown by a jumping fish AND much easier/quicker to remove from the fish than is a trebble.
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not sure if its the best of its kind but my first time using it pulled in a hybrid bass. so far its good in my book!
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1/8 to 1/4
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No real good answer for this unless you know the typical size bait fish the bass are feeding on at the time..get in several sizes in 2-3 colors.
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size meaning weight? well the weight doesnt matter. weight depends on what your rod/reel can handle. i threw 1/2oz do gain casting distance. really depends on your set up
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Throw it out and reel it in or yo-yo it back to the boat. I wouldn't get this for crappie or bluegill. Beetle spin for bluegill and small curly-tail jigs for crappie.
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I don't see why not if the fish are deep and suspended but would need to be in the smallest size offered...suggest sticking to jigs unless experimenting is your idea of a good way to spend your time.
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yes...but not a very high choice more for white bass or maybe walleye
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No way is wrong. Try different retrieves to determine the one most productive for you.
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i have had positive results by a slow to medium burn. i suppose you could try all techniques but a slow burn worked for me
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Make the cast and then experiment with the sink time. Some western lakes are hundreds of feet down so it might be some time. Then lift and reel back stopping from time to time to let the bait flutter back a few feet.
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