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Mini Ice Spoons
01-16-2019, 04:25 PM,
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Mini Ice Spoons
Not necessarily 'jigs' but i fish them pretty much the same vertical style through the ice or below my kayak in summer.  Can also use them pegged under a float just as easily.  These are all small lightweight spoons that i added solder to the back of to add some extra weight and then i powder coated.  The extra weight comes in handy on the ice when you want to get down to fish on the finder quickly.  Added on a #12 or #10 treble to a few and then going to add on single dropper hooks on a few others.  Hopefully be using these soon....... ice is building here finally.  Icon14

   
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01-18-2019, 11:13 AM,
#2
RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Ice ... brrrr

Nice job on the spoons - good luck with them
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01-18-2019, 01:11 PM,
#3
RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Your painting prowess makes them the best I've seen. You prefer hanging trebles to soldered singles?
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01-19-2019, 04:44 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-19-2019, 04:45 PM by duffy.)
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Excellent paint job's AF, should haul some in. A guy could even throw one of those red flippers on in place of the small blades for some extra variety.
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01-19-2019, 09:14 PM,
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Russ, after this weekend, you may have safe ice, but be careful
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01-19-2019, 10:49 PM,
#6
RE: Mini Ice Spoons
sounds cold to me...nice paint Russ..
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01-20-2019, 01:16 PM,
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
I have a buddy that uses small spoons like this in deep, open water during the Summer to target Bluegill. Cast it out, count it down, then do a twitching retrieve. He prefers a single hook on a split ring, instead of a treble. At these sizes, that's usually an Orvis "big eye" fly hook. I can't remember what the model # for that hook is.
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01-22-2019, 01:19 PM,
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Thanks for the comments everyone. I do have some both ways, trebles and singles. Also have a bunch with single dropper hooks. The singles seem to work good with bluegill, but i have lost a lot of crappie with those. I think the trebles keep crappie hooked up a little better. I do hate how the get tangled up though. I have them all hooked int a piece of foam and in a separate box of my Plano ice gear. Got out on the ice yesterday but only tiny bluegill to show for it. Not a lot of available ice yet, but should be plenty more by the weekend. Cool
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01-26-2019, 02:43 PM,
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Sounds like some serious ice building weather is heading your way but I sure as shootin would not want to be out there during that weather if it's going to be as cold as they forcast. Big Grin
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01-29-2019, 10:22 AM,
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RE: Mini Ice Spoons
Yes indeed, the cold weather is here. Only 13° now and spose to drop through the day. Wind chill could drop down as low as -40°. Don't think i've ever seen that before.

I don't mind using my hand auger, it is a 6" Nils and cuts the ice very easy. But if it builds over 10" or 12" i might have to break out the heavy as hell 8" gas auger. I hand cut 50 or 60 holes on Saturday and Sunday.... but the fishing down right sucked. Only brought home 3 fish. Hopefully do a little better this weekend. But then they are calling for 50° and rain on Monday...... WTH???
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