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Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2018
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Started by Bill "Musky" Modica. Last reply by Jim Gronaw Jul 15, 2013.
I am somewhat new to spoon fishing, and want to learn more about using them on all types of fish. I have fished Johnson Silver Minnows, Sweedish Pimples, and Cast Masters in the past, but want to learn how to be more effective when using them.
John said: "Let me guess near bottom . Slow retrieve /lift, drop, drag?"
That's about right. The Silver Minnow is an excellent, injured baitfish mimic.
Yea David is back we have to find someone else to talk about and watch what we say.
Let me guess near bottom .Slow retreive /lift ,drop drag?
6" yellow perch caught on small Johnsons, "Silver Minnow," spoon. No trailer, just the bare spoon. This spoon has been producing *something* every time I take it fishing.
Davids back !! Miss your posts man!!
Caught on the classic, Johnson "Silver Minnow" weedless spoon. This one, the smallest made (1/12th oz.), had an orange twist tail grub on the hook.
I've been catching a lot of bass and 'gills on these spoons, lately. I love them cause they are almost snag proof. Im not fishing them over deep humps, drop-offs or weed beds, but right in thick tree branches, weeds and cover from the shore.. Got a nice 2-3 lb bass right off the boat ramp with one Saturday.
Another beautiful Seed.
Deep water waypoint meandering
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