It’s common knowledge that gold spoons work well when banging the banks or sight-fishing for reds. And Keweenaw Tackle Company’s new Fin Wing slips through the water seductively.
The lure comes in a variety of colors and ¾- and 1-ounce weights.
But the trailing treble hook should be replaced with a saltwater single hook when fishing in grass to lesson the chance of tangles.
Egret Baits also has introduced its Mambo Mullet swim bait, which has a reverse hydro-cupped tail that causes the lure to dance and shake.
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