Mepps Timber Doodle
Redfish and Snook love it!!!!
I've used a lot of spoons and this one has worked best for me. I've got two in gold 1/4oz and the Reds and Snook love it! I haven't caught anything with the tail on, i find that it kills the action of the spoon so i just do without, it's not weedless that way but i find it works best. I use this spoon in the channels at varied depths and speeds and it always produces results!! This is my go to spoon!
September 29, 2013
best thing you can have in your boat
had them before and had the best time with them ,they make fish react to the odd movement and the weedless feature is great bought 4 more and had some friends out and they had no luck with out them ,i had got so many they were begging to use them and asked where to buy them
August 17, 2010
All Year Fishing
I've fished the Timber Doodle ever since I was 12 years old. I've caught Largemouth/Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Crappie, Bluegill, Walleye and even Catfish fishing over and around weed-beds on Rivers, Sloughs, and Strip Mine Lakes. If you don't like the tail change it to 6" worm and you'll get great action. Years ago I couldn't find anymore Lazy Ike lures that were great for Largemouth Bass fishing along the weed lines so I decided to test the Timber Doodle by adding a fake 6" worm. The Timber Doodle has good balance and great action for Bass Fishing. Fish it using the drop and retrieve method. Have fun.
September 3, 2007
Effective on pikes.
I tested this lure, which is new to my lurebox thanks to BassPro, yesterday on the Tormes river.
This river is quite complex to fish particulary because first there are few pikes left, second it's really difficult to walk on both banks, to find a place to throw from and the river is full of immersed trees.
After finding a good place to throw from, I saw a clear pike hunt with carps and bleaks fleeing.
Then I mounted a #1 Timber doodle with the 4 tails trailer, and catched the pike on the first retrieve.
I use it retrieving and stopping with speed variations, directly among trees and various obstacles.
I have not tried with an other trailer, but will do asap, because I find the 4-tails is a bit short for pike fishing.
August 16, 2008