Mepps® Timber Doodle®
Fish the Mepps Timber Doodle in the thickest cover with no more hang ups on lily pads, no more grass on the hook. Drag it through the worst slop out there, because all Timber Doodles are equipped with a genuine Mister Twister Keeper® hook. Timber Doodles produce an erratic swimming action, can be vertically jigged, trolled or cast and are deadly for bass, walleye and northern pike. Comes with 3 Mister Twister split double tails. Made in USA.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by canadafishboy 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
Rated 3 out of 5 by TeamRippnLipz101 3star lure Kinda a useless lure. Just another bait out there. I noticed it scares the bass away. I bot the gold spoon with brown trailer I wouldn't buy it again August 1, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by kianoosh timber doodle i always use it in heavy weeded area, overall weedless is great but you should feel a fish strick to set up the hook otherwise you wont catch any! and sometimes you may lose the plastic part, but after a while you will enjoy fihing with it. April 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by goodrat79 An awesome weedless spoon I love these. I haven't fished them long but they have produced for me regularly. I will always have a siver, and a frog colored one in my bag. September 1, 2009
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A:You do not have to have a swivel, however, if using a spinning reel for casting this bait, you may want to add one to reduce line twist.
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A:I would say so, as a spoon lure like this is designed to flip & twist around quite a bit. Using a good quality swivel will save you line, and fish in the long run as twisted line is not happy line and usually winds up as a rats nest at the edge of your reel.
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