Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon Lures

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Product Information:

The Johnson® Silver Minnow Spoon Lures are a classic and versatile addition to any tackle box. This great all-around lure can be trolled, jigged, cast or twitched on the bottom and works in all water types for all different types of species. The Silver Minnow rocks back and forth but won't twist your line, and the patented 35 degree wobble mimics the movement of baitfish.

  • Great all-around and versatile spoon lure
  • Patented 35 degree wobble
  • Rocks back and forth but won't twist line
  • Plated with pure silver or 34K gold for brighter flash
  • Can be trolled, jigged, cast or twitched on the bottom
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Model: SM1/8
  • Length: 1 3/4 in.
  • Weight: 1/8 oz.

Model: SM1/4
  • Length: 2 in.
  • Weight: 1/4 oz.

Model: SM1/2
  • Length: 2 1/2 in.
  • Weight: 1/2 oz.

Model: SM3/4
  • Length: 2 3/4 in.
  • Weight: 3/4 oz.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 21313606

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great weedless spoon I've been fishing fresh and salt water with the Johnson's Minnow spoon for over 60 years and find them perfect for fishing the grassy flats, weeds and pads for nearly all fish. I always hook on a plastic grub or pork rind strip as I believe that enhances the effectiveness. Some times I'll cast onto a pad and wiggle it off, or let it settle on the bottom, then retrieve with a small jerk similar to fishing a plastic worm. It casts easily so 1/4 oz. is good for most spinning outfits, while 1/2 oz. works best with a casting rod. For me, silver has been the best all around, but I'm trying out colors too, especially for salt water. If I had to fish just one spoon this would be it because of it's versatility. December 7, 2014
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