Thomas Spinning Lures Buoyant Spoons
Trout Like It
I have used several different colors in this spoon and I have always had luck with the 1/4 ounce. The lure has a nice action that you can see and feel in your rod. This lure is usually one of my go to lures during my trips.
January 7, 2015
I used this for fishing for Lakers in Peerless Lake, Alberta this spring. I trolled it behind a Lucky Strike Lake Troll. It outperformed all other lures on the trip. Colors #13, #16, and #19 all caught fish the same. I think that it is likely the action of the lure that they like so much.
I trolled at 1.5-1.9 mph and caught numerous lakers...two of them were over 10lbs. I will say this, the hooks are weak for that size of fish and need to be replaced. I just wish that BPS carried one size larger...
June 14, 2009
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
Being a fly fisherman, it was hard to get me to start bait/lure fishing. Thomas Bouyants were one of the first lures I really started using. They are excellent trout lures. I've fished them as just lures, casting and retrieving and I've fished them as a trolling lure. They work quite well either way.
July 21, 2010