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    Default New weapon in my box.

    I tried a new lure today and was pleasantly surprised at the result. I fished in my boat slip for almost an hour with no luck. I had a few small "Micro Spoons" that I recently received to try so I thought, "why not".

    After a few min experimenting I found that by lifting the spoon about a foot and letting it drop I could get bit. I ended up with 7 nice slabs

    Thanks Keith & Jessica.
    Good fishing.

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    Default question about the spoon size

    Was this spoon the one that looks like a fly (da fly micro spoons) - what size (1/64 or 1/32) and what color?

    linky: http://www.microspoons.com/spoonsandedheads.htm

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    ERNEST We are glad you enjoyed them. Put a lock on that box. lol


    Super Dave He was had the large spoon in 1/32 oz and the Da Fly, not sure witch one he was using

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    That's good to know. You're a good salesman, I just ordered 10 to try out.

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    I hope you guys are as successful with the spoons as i've been. I've been using them for a while now and catch some pretty good fish with them. I've caught bass, cats, gills, perch, walleyes, and especially slab crappies on them. Go to the website and check out the photo section and you'll see what i mean. Great product and very well made. Here's a couple pics.



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    I don't know the names of the spoons but it looked like the wings on a fly so it probably was "DA FLY". I do know it was "DA CATCHER"
    Good fishing.

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    I've had great luck with small shad type spoons in chrome.
    Currently a non-fishing slacker! (not for too much longer)

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    These look a lot like shad spoons for hickory and American shad. http://woofish.homestead.com/shad.html has lots of microspoons

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    Quote Originally Posted by todobien
    These look a lot like shad spoons for hickory and American shad. http://woofish.homestead.com/shad.html has lots of microspoons

    not exactly the same, we have moved our hook farther up on the spoons to gice them a slower fall by redistributing the weight so it doesnt fall like a jig or heavy spoon. We have also trademarked our design alond with the Dafly that Mr. Patty was useing.

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    Ernest what's a good color of Da Fly?
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