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    Anyone use these to catch panfish? I picked a few up for trout season and feel they値l be deadly come spring.


    If you do use them what size and colors.

    Nate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njones View Post
    Anyone use these to catch panfish? I picked a few up for trout season and feel they値l be deadly come spring.


    If you do use them what size and colors.

    Nate.
    I tried the smallest size only one time, on a day when they weren't biting, so I can't really judge . But I do know that I got incredible distance from it.

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    Used to use them a lot years ago. Haven't used them recently since I found lures I like better. However, they're a great little lure that just about anything will hit.
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    When nothing else was happening one summer I put an 1/8th ounce one on and jigged it off the bottom in 25 feet of water. Caught several bluegill that way and tried again with some success. Jigging spoons in deep water is not really my cup of tea though, so I haven't spent any more time fishing that way. They sink too fast for a cast and retrieve in the shallow, weedy waters I prefer fishing in. The one I was using was blue/silver.

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    I make my own Kast Master types in 1/32oz, add a crappie nibble and hold on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trypman1 View Post
    I make my own Kast Master types in 1/32oz, add a crappie nibble and hold on.
    I’d be interested in how you make them.

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    ive been on a great bass pond bite this fall using the 1/2oz. gold has been my best color. i also add a decal eye for confidence and cover with sally hansen water temp is in the 30s
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    This lure has been around for a long time.
    <IMHO> They were one of the first flutter spoon.
    I have used the 1/8 & 1/4 once for walleyes during the hard water season and the 1/16 once casting during the soft water season.
    Depending on the water clarity gold and silver colored.

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    I use a milling machine, a friend has. Computer controlled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trypman1 View Post
    I use a milling machine, a friend has. Computer controlled.
    Fancy!

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