Thomas Spinning Lures Buoyant Spoons
When a moderately slow retrieve is employed, the Buoyant Spoon produces an erratic, wobbling action that imitates the darting motion of a frantic baitfish. This tremendous, fish-attracting action combined with the Buoyant’s beautiful finish creates a spoon that entices even the wariest of trout, salmon, walleye, pike or bass into striking. Made in USA.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishcatcher39 great service recieved in a timely manner easy online purchase and these lures work great for trout highly recommended........................................ April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by rickd111 best lure of it's type From the first one I purchased to use in western Mass. To the several I bought last year and used on Cape Cod. Every color I've used has caught fish from smallmouth bass to trout it is a great lure. I have told my fishing friends about these lures and they have puchaced them also with excellent results February 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by nipper22 Great Lures Went trout fishing on White River in Flippin Arkansas. We took a group that had never been there. Caught lots of fish and had a great time. Thank you for your product and fast great service. May 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by shooter007 Catches all Buddy from california told me about the lure,So i ordered some and bot was i glad i did. spring trout fishing on stocked ponds didnt get out till 1 week after opening day and still caught a limit of rainbows....Everyone there was asking what are you using, hooked 5 trout,several largemouths,crappie,rock bass,yellow stripers,and a northern pike small but this lure works great ...taking it walleye fishing this may April 30, 2012
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Details:IM NEW TO LAKE FISHING, IM LOOKING TO BUY 3 OF THESE TROUT LURES, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHICH 3 ARE THE BEST/PRODUCE THE MOST ACTION??? THANK YOU.
A:I've used the gold, silver, nickel, black nickel, and silver blue. These have been my best producers. I have also used the brown and rainbow trout colors. I am fishing the 1/4 oz. size in ponds that range from 50 to 80 feet deep overall. But i'm working them casting in 15 to 20 feet of water from shore or trolling them in 8 to 15 feet of water in early spring. I hope this info helps you. good luck
A:I always use a snap swivel to prevent line twist, and if one color is not doing it that day it's easy to change to a different color.
A:You CAN tie it dirrectly to the line, but I use a snap swivel. It makes it easier to change lures and it also keeps your line from getting twisted.
A:I personally use a swivel and i find the action of the lures is better when you use a swivel.
A:directly to the line works best
A:Mustad swivel about 18" above lure, otherwise you will twist your line in no time.
A:i use a swivel and it works great, especially for fast changes.
A:nope, some gold some silver some painted
A:No, I know that the fluorescent red lure has the reverse side painted white
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