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Bomber Saltwater Grade Who Dat Weedless Rattling Spoon
Who Dat gonna put dem fish in da boat! The Saltwater Grade® Who Dat™ Weedless Rattling Spoon by Bomber® was built to dominate the marshes of south Louisiana where shallow mudflats require long casts and a shallow-running lure. Designed for super-long casts and with the ability to ride high in the water column, the innovative Who Dat Spoon features strike enhancing weedguard and dual-pitch rattles that produce both high-and low-pitches to help provoke bone-jarring hits from all kinds of gamefish, in salt and fresh water. Saltwater tough hooks, stunning colors and superior finishes ensure the Who Dat Spoon can't be beat. Size: 2-5/8''. Weight: 7/8 oz. Hook: 5/0.
Shallow-running, weedless spoon
Perfect for gamefish in salt and freshwater
Dual-pitch rattles produce both high- and low-pitches
Saltwater tough hooks
Stunning colors with superior finishes
Web ID: 10228581
Rated 3 out of
Great at everything but catching fish.This lure is a tough call. It casts great, has superb wild action and is extremely weedless. The only problem is that I've never gotten a hit on it, even when other lures are working. Maybe it's just me - I'm not the best fisherman in the world, and maybe I just lack the right technique. This should be a killer lure when you see it in action. (I'm using the orange & black version) For a more experienced fisherman, it may be a great lure for you.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 4 out of
Who dat !!!As the name suggests the fish will be saying "who dat?!" Then charge in for the bite.
This lure has excellent action and I've had great success using it. I highly suggest adding this to your tackle box.
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 1 out of
who datused it for two weeks caught fish on Zara Spooks
not even a strike on a Who Dat.....
Date published: 2011-08-31
Rated 4 out of
Who-Dat Gonna Catch FishWeight allows you to cast a mile. Much more weedless than I expected. I've cast these things deep into the spartina grass and pulled it through every time without any snags. Caught fish with it the first day I tried it and again every other day I pulled it out - all redfish and all on the pinfish color scheme.