Let's see your favorite spoons...

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fishing Forum' started by StormTrooper, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    It doesn't matter what brand it is that you run, whether plastic or wood or metal...show us the ones you love and run the most. :)

    This is one of my favorite spoons, it is one of my top producers...
     

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  2. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    This one and others in it's family have been great to me over the years.
     

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  3. el.Pereh

    el.Pereh Active Member

    What make are those?
     
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  4. saltydawg

    saltydawg Well-Known Member

    Did you paint yourself? If so, What kind of paint and source plse?
     
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  5. chromatose007

    chromatose007 Active Member

    I had to retire these...
     

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  6. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    CJ SPECIAL
     
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  7. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    The first post is a CJ Special and the second is a painted McKnight that my son finished.
     
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  8. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    My son painted it a number of years ago.
     
  9. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    That is one spoon that I have never tried, but think I will one day ....
     
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  10. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    I like it because i can troll it beside my plugs. The best speed range is between 2.5 and 3.5 mph. They do not require a flasher, but i have done well with the smaller profiles behind a flasher as well as behind a Pal Dodger. The larger profiles i fish on their own without flasher or dodger.
     

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  11. Derby

    Derby Crew Member


    ooh.... that one on the far left.. just never works ;):D
     
  12. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    This was a fun combo. Wonder what she'll do this year?! :)
     

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  13. MadJigga

    MadJigga Active Member

    I wish there were more options in the CJ Special's available now. When I go on the Peetz website I'm not impressed with the color combos available vs what you have Stormtrooper. Oh well, I'll continue to covet your collection from afar. Thanks as always for sharing!!
     
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  14. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    Make your own - How 'bout dat?! Ha. :)

    Just for fun...
     

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  15. Dogbreath

    Dogbreath Well-Known Member

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    Top left-1, 2, 3, 4 vintage Michigan Stingers

    5 Matrixx spoon, 6 Williams Whitefish Gold/Chrome

    Bottom left 1 Finn spoon (new) I lost the old one overboard at Nootka in a hot bite, 2 ancient Dymara, 3 Diamond 6 I could use some more of these, 5 Tom Mac chrome/brass, 6 sole remaining US made Luhr-Jensen Coyote.

    Wish list-some Herring spoons from AP Tackleworks, some Lexan models from Captain John at Michigan Angler.

    Oh Yeah and these just arrived with the plugs I had made.

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  16. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    Looking good. A number of people really like thous Matrix spoons. You definitely have some gooder's in the stack.
     
  17. ChilliSpoons

    ChilliSpoons Active Member

    Make your own?

    How about paint your own???


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  18. Tightlines22

    Tightlines22 Well-Known Member

    Ok so how the heck do you reinforce those up?
     
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  19. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper Crew Member

    Cross grain laminate like mini plywood for strength. :)
     
  20. MadJigga

    MadJigga Active Member

    K man. Challenge accepted.
     
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