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Thomas Buoyant Fishing Spoon Review

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Thomas Buoyant 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

When all else fails, the Thomas Spinning Lures Buoyant Spoons turn on the bite.  The design of the lure is virtually indestructible even when you’ve hooked 10’s to 100’s of heavy hitting stream trout, salmon, walleye, or pike.  The 1/6 and 1/4 ounce sizes are perfect for ultralight fishing and light line.  The style of lure allows you to cast it incredibly long distances and maintain constant feel with it while you’re retrieving it back to the boat or bank.  The spoon features a the tell-tale wobble of a frantic baitfish trying to flee from a predator, which quickly turns neutral mood fish into aggressive strikers.

Colors Available

Thomas Lures puts out a wide range of color combinations in their buoyant spoons.  You can find your standard Gold, Copper, and Chrome models, along with different species patterns such as Brown, and Rainbow Trout, and even a Perch colored spoon.  You can also find common baitfish colors such as Black/Nickel, Silver/Blue, and Gold/Red, along with brighter colors for muddier waters such as Chartreuse, Firetiger, and Fluorescent Red.

How To Work Thomas Buoyant Spoons

Thomas’ Buoyant Spoons can be trolled, jigged, or reeled back with a steady retrieve, depending on what the fish are looking for that day and how you intend to find them.  If you can’t locate the fish, start trolling the spoon over wide areas and let them tell you where they are hiding.  When you’ve found them you can either jig the spoon up and down over them, in a yo-yo retrieve, or cast past their lies and reel back, varying the speed of your retrieve until the fish tell you what they’re looking for.

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