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    Default 1 spoon for perch

    If you only had 1 spoon for perch jigging what would it be?
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    We've had great success with the Flexit Spoon, but frankly any flashy spoon you drop in front of a feeding fish will be hit. Blue, green, chartreuse and white have all worked well.
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    Here is one I slayed em on yesterday. It is one I cast with a Do-It Mold. The one I used was spray painted white.


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    They seem to like the slender profile.


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    I love all the spoons, 2" or less. Great for trolling for Crappie, 1" or less for bream- just use a couple of ball bearing swivels.

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    The one pictured by tackleboat is working really well for me too. It's about to take the place of the war eagle spoons that I have been using.
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    Wal-Mart sells a two pack that looks like a Hopkins for about $2.50 Works well everywhere and are inexpensive. Great lure for the working poor. 1/2 or 5/8 oz are great for the perch, crappie and bass. They is all kinds of knockoffs of the Hopkins spoon out there and they all work.
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    these are great but cost. Salt water surf spoons.
    I don't fish because I want to, I fish because I HAVE to !

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    When it comes to fishing cost means nothing! I always look in the tree limbs on the banks for my best lures.

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