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How To Jig Spoons To Catch Fish In the Fall

By November 7, 2012

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Jigging a spoon is one of the best ways to catch bass some other species like hybrids and stripers in the fall. This technique works all year long but really shines from the time the water temperatures drop into the low 60s through the winter. Learn to jig a spoon and you will catch fish this fall and winter.

How To Jig Spoons To Catch Fish In the Fall

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November 19, 2008 at 4:38 pm
(1) Len White says:

My son and I like to use spoons in the summer also for northern pike. Just letting them skim above the weeds or other likely structure and giving them a pop instead of the usual jigging motions. But watch out who knows what just might hit that spoon.

November 24, 2008 at 10:11 am
(2) fishing says:

Spoons are great all-around baits – probalby second only to a bucktail jig for catching fish under a huge variety of conditions.

November 9, 2011 at 7:37 pm
(3) Gary says:

I use the Cabela’s spoons that look like small bait fish.
I have had particularly good luck ith a Chartruse/pearl combo on Lakes West Point and Wedowee for Bass.
Spoons come with split ring and good hooks.
I use a 7′ medium w/ fast tip, and 10lb fluorocarbon. No stretch seems to get me more hookups, and better feel.

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