The Slender Spoon is a bent, ultra-light spoon that offers loads of flash and flutter on the fall, unlike any other bait on the market. It comes complete with a size 1 or 2 snap, which further promotes erratic action. Silver, gold, nickel, copper, and black nickel finishes with holographic prism and glow accents ensure a pattern to match any fishing scenario. It’s still a fish-catching classic after all these years.
The Slender Spoon shines when searching for active fish. Its unique thin and beveled body provides more action and flutter on the fall than any other ice jigging spoon. It also increases fishable space, fluttering far off to the sides of your hole with a long cycling time to attract fish from afar. The small, 1/16-ounce Slender Spoon is ideal for panfish, especially tipped with a chandelier of three or four spikes. Or replace the treble hook with a single hook or a size 10 Shrimpo. As far as cadences go, both subtle shakes and rapid jig and pause methods can be top producers, as well as high rips and flutters on slack line.
The larger 1/8-ounce, 1/4-ounce and super heavyweight 5/16-ounce (which is a heavier spoon with the same footprint as the 1/8-ounce) are ideal for open water walleye and larger gamefish species. Tipping the treble with a minnow head or perch eye (where legal) is a great way to add a bit of scent and really fire up schools of fish!
Excellent All Around Lure
Posted by Unknown on Apr 11th 2016
I have used the larger slender spoons for Walleye and Perch with good success. I began using the micro slender spoons for finicky Perch and followed that up with huge success on slab crappies and frying pan sized gills, tipped with spikes, all through the ice. I will be figuring out if the open water proves to be as successful on these micro slenders.
Great jigging spoon
Posted by Unknown on Mar 5th 2016
I had very good luck using this lure on Lake Of The Woods last February.
If you're after huge gills, You NEED THESE!!!!
Posted by MichiganMatt on Feb 22nd 2016
These micro spoons are phenomenal for those finicky huge bull gills on high pressure lakes. gives them a presentation they're not used to seeing compared to the typical tungsten jigs and teardrops. they also work great for specks and perch too!
Posted by Heath on Feb 8th 2016
I hammered to crappie last weekend with this product. Tipped the treble with spikes and could not keep the fish off.
JUST ORDEREDTHREE OF THESE!!
Posted by dan jackman on Feb 3rd 2016
After watching many videos and reading many reviews I decided I no longer wished to miss out on the action these spoons brought about to other ice anglers..
What also attracted me to these spoons were their versatility to attract and catch all the fresh water fish I sought to catch here in ontario..
They're marked at a great price point and its for this reason and for the fact I couldn't just choose one (PRETEND THEY'RE LIKE SHOES HONEY!) I got the gold/chartreuse, silver/chartreuse, and the gold/glow..all in the 1/8. The snap lock provided is a perfect size for this spoons action.. I've been told that the small end is to face up but I've seen it on many vids with the large side up so..a little confused there.. Maybe they could come attached
Overall a fantastic spoon. Can't wait to head out to Bay of Quinte to nail some eyes!
Good for a wide variety of species.
Posted by Preston Jorgensen on Jan 28th 2016
I have been using these for years now and have caught northern pike, rainbow trout, walleye and even panfish on the smaller spoons. I have a seperate jig case just for these I can't seem to get enough. Whether I tip the hooks with larva, waxies, or a minnow head they always perform when I need them too.
JUST ORDERED FOUR OF THESE!!
Posted by dan jackman on Jan 26th 2016
I am dying to try these spoons.. I've seen many videos displaying their characteristics and ability to attract many species of fish thru the ice...walleye perch trout.. One is in the 5/16 and the others will all be the 1/8. Weather is a little unstable this year so getting out on the ice is hit or miss.
Thanks for manufacturing a great product!
Posted by TJ on Jan 4th 2016
I've been using the smallest size for perch and bluegill and been very effective at bringing in distant fish. If things slow down I always have one tied up on another rod and drop it in and instantly start marking fish again...really gets them going.
Posted by Mark on Dec 16th 2015
Great quality with lots of flash...best spoon out there