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!
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Posted by KT on Feb 13th 2017
Used the slender spoon for the first time this year. I couldn't be more pleased. It's the lure that I start the day with, and usually don't have to quit using. Wish I would have found them sooner!
Posted by Unknown on Feb 2nd 2017
Started using slender spoons few weeks and go man do they ever attract the fish camera screen can be blank start digging a thing a man do they come rushing in catching small fish put a bigger one on the big ones will come flying in I did find however to use a snap swivel on top of it I would say it improves the action by 30% or more I was catching decent-sized perch then a 15-inch crappie hit it we have a lot of big Northern here they come through on the camera pretty regular that same day I had a 33 and a half inch Northern hit that quarter oz spoon 4 ld line on a jig Pole that day sold me
1/16 Slender for Panfish
Posted by Kenneth Turner on Jan 26th 2017
I have five boys. We have been out several times for bluegill and perch. Each trip we consistently caught more fish with the slender spoon tipped with a wax worm. Orange on brass in the murky water and silver on silver in the clear. I'm hooked on the slender spoon.
Always produces, never let's me down!
Posted by Preda Sourasinth on Jan 10th 2017
It's just a universal lure that always produces, doesn't matter what your fishing for. Out fishes my buddies everytime. I'm a 100% believer, and got my buddies hooked also.
Never Shut Out
Posted by keith Smith on Jan 4th 2017
This Slender Spoon has always produced for me and I have to reorder when I loose a few spoons. My only complaint is the treble hooks bend easily and also break. When I use the spoon with a single hook they don't produce the same. Please sell this spoon with a single hook with the same results as the treble hook set-up.
will not ice fish without it
Posted by gregg johnson on Dec 29th 2016
Posted by Tyler on Dec 17th 2016
Added a few slender spoons to my tackle the last few years. They hAve been absolute game changers when targeting reluctant or pressured fish. Lifetime customer here.
Perch Love Slender Spoons
Posted by Bob P. on Dec 5th 2016
These spoons are awesome for perch. Tipped with worm or spikes they get the perch to bite! The ice fishing go to lure.
Haven't used yet
Posted by Unknown on Nov 22nd 2016
I haven't gone fishing yet. I just wanted everyone to know how get the service was! Fast on a small order. Plus the catalog they enclosed was great. I discovered I need a lot more tackle haha!
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.
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