While visiting Lake Erie (Vermilion,Ohio) this past weekend, I lucked into a new tackle shop, and met the creator of some very unique spoons. They looked about the same size & shape as the ones Musky Mod has been teaching us about, except they were much thinner metal and,of course lighter. These were "Ole Pete's Hornets" in the smallest,just over 2" size. Most importantly they had the wildest colors (and names) I've ever seen - "gang Green",Spicy Chicken Wings","Sausage Gravy Milkshake", and,my favorite, "Toothless Blind Date". Here's a color chart ; http://www.olepetestackle.com/olepeteshornetspoonssmall.htm
. I rigged a single hook on one this afternoon and noted these spoons have the most unique flutter and a strange side-slipping motion I've yet seen in a spoon. Tho intended for Erie walleye trolling, and having accounted for literally millions of pounds of walleyes, bass, etc over the past few years, I found when tipped with a waxworm that the bluegill & crappie ATTACKED these active little chunks of colorful metal!