Predator Fishing Spoons

Welcome to Angling Active's Pike & Predator Fishing Spoons category. Our hand-picked selection of spoons is designed to provide you with the ultimate tools for igniting the predatory instincts of pike, perch, and other trophy predators.

Spoons are renowned for their erratic wobbling action and flash, making them irresistible to predatory species. Our range includes a variety of sizes, colours and blade shapes to cater to different fishing conditions and preferences. Explore our collection and discover the spoons that will sizzle and shine in the water, drawing in the monsters you seek. Trust Angling Active to provide you with top-quality Pike & Predator Spoons, designed for maximum attraction and angling success!

What is a fishing spoon lure?

A fishing spoon lure is a type of fishing lure that's typically made of a curved metal piece resembling a spoon. The curved shape causes the spoon to wobble and flash when retrieved through the water, mimicking the movement of injured baitfish and attracting predatory fish. Spoons can vary in size, color and design, catering to a range of fishing scenarios and species.

Can I catch pike on spoons?

Yes, spoons are highly effective for catching pike. The wobbling action and flash created by a spoon can trigger aggressive strikes from pike. Many anglers use larger spoons with vibrant colors or patterns that mimic baitfish when targeting pike.

What fish can I catch with spoon lures?

Spoon lures are versatile and can be used to catch a variety of fish species. In addition to pike, other commonly targeted species with spoons include perch, trout, salmon, bass, and many others. The specific effectiveness depends on the size and design of the spoon and the species' typical prey items.

What colours of spoon lures work best for pike and perch?

For pike, spoons that mimic the appearance of natural baitfish, such as silver, gold, or patterns resembling shad or perch, can be effective. Brighter colors like red, orange, or chartreuse can also trigger strikes, especially in murky water. For perch, smaller spoons in silver, gold or colors that resemble local baitfish tend to work well. In stained or murky waters, brighter colors or spoons with contrasting patterns can be effective. However, it's always a good idea to experiment with different colors based on the specific conditions and the behavior of the fish on a given day.

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