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Luhr-Jensen Krocodile UL Spoon Review

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Krocodile Spoons for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $3. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1/6 and 1/4 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

Luhr Jensen’s Krocodile Spoon got its name from the way it hooks fish.  When the Krocodile spoon bites, it doesn’t let go.  Setting the hook on ultralight line with the super sharp VMC hooks ensure that once the fish are on the end of the spoon that they aren’t going anywhere.  Made from 100% brass with a durable holographic finish closely mimics natural forage to ensure that even the most line or lure weary species find their way to the bait, and then take it.  The unique wobble makes the Krocodile spoon a versatile ultralight jigging lure, casting lure, and trolling lure.

Colors Available

There are 9 main color patterns available for the Krocodile spoons.  You can get the standard baitfish patterns in Black Silver Reflex (Black/Silver), Blue Silver Reflex (Blue/Silver), and plain Silver Reflex, or smaller baitfish patterns such as Sardine (Black/Blue/Yellow/Silver), Green Mackerel, and Blue Mackerel.  For muddier waters you can use the Fluorescent Orange Reflex or Blue Streak patterns.

How To Work Luhr-Jensen Krocodile Spoons

When you’re working with the Luhr Jensen Krocodile spoons you want to let the fish tell you how they want it retrieved.  Some days you will be jigging the ultralight spoon over a rock pile or other piece of underwater structure, while other days are going to require you to cast to where the fish are waiting and begin reeling it back at the correct speed.  When all else fails you can cast the lure out and then begin trolling it over large areas until you finally get on some fish, then change up your retrieve to either a jigging or casting presentation.

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