The Right Action = More Strikes
A strike zone is the area in which game fish respond positively to your presentation. Our lures swim more like crippled baitfish, exhibiting quick and erratic darting actions that stimulate feeding behavior and effectively increase the strike zone.
Loony Spoons don't just wobble, they dart and dash like real crippled baitfish and are proving very effective for all predatory game fish.
Now available in 3 sizes: 3.25", 4.25" and 5.25"
#3 (3.25") - The original #3 Loony has out fished other lures and even natural baits for winter and migratory salmon, large trout and char.
#4 (4.25") and #5 (5.25") - These NEW sizes are already proving exceptional for migratory salmon, trophy trout and char, striped bass, large pike and even trophy walleye.
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Used the Loony Spoon for winter chinooks, its crippled baitfish action was just what I needed to trigger strikes. It really catches fish, even when the bite was off!
Hula Hoochies have been the ticket for Kings, straight Hulas without flashers. Lost a hog on the Magic Herring. Just ordered a few more!
The Loony Spoon's action looks just like an injured baitfish, and it out fishes my beloved anchovies every time I go out. Awesome spoon!
North Saanich, BC
I started using your Loony Spoons for winter chinooks and have already had a ton of success. The Lemon Lime color has been killer.
Traverse City, MI
Early in the season the Hula Hoochies caught more and bigger lakers than my other lures. Now, fishing for kings, they are proving very effective, particularly with large flashers and long leaders.
We tried the Loony Spoon for walleye thinking our beloved crankbaits would win the day. The Loony caught more fish than all three crankbaits combined.
Salmon Arm, BC
The Loony Spoon caught most of our larger rainbows early in the season and even out-fished our favourite lures throughout the summer. Very impressive!
Campbell River, BC
The Loony Spoon was the top producer, I ran a series of lures on the opposite rod trying to find something that worked as well, but the Loony Spoon usually got bit first.
We fished Hula Hoochies behind flashers at Isle Royale and they outperformed all our other lures, and the Loony Spoons were a close second! Thanks for the success!