Bomber Lures Slab Spoon

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Bomber Lures Slab Spoon -
Don't miss out on the unbeatable results this all-time classic Bomber Slab Spoon produces. The Slab Spoon's wide profile shape is timeless and its proven colors make it a deadly multi-species lure. Whether you’re casting for schooling fish or vertical jigging, the Slab Spoon's heavy weight allows it to get in the strike zone quickly and stay there. Effective in fresh and saltwater for white bass, striped bass, lake trout, walleye and largemouth and smallmouth bass.
The compact size and shape of the Bomber Slab Spoon keeps it holding tight to the bottom and adds a fast, erratic fall for drawing instinctive strikes from walleye, white bass and pike. Its rapid descent permits you to cover a lot of water quickly. Per each.
Sizes: 7/8 oz., 1-1/4 oz.
Colors:(001)White, (002)Silver Back, (055)Silver/Black, (064)Fluorescent Yellow, (182)Chrome/Blue.
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Bomber Lures Slab Spoon Reviews:


My Favorite Spoon!

Well let me say I should nickname myself the spoon man. I would say I have in excess of 100 different spoons. The bomber slab spoon has proven itself as the top achiever in my collection. Seems like white bass, crappie, hybrid stripped bass, and walleye favor this spoon against any other that I have. I feel I can out fish the competition while using the bomber slab spoons. Highly recommend you try them! Happy fishing!
Bushmaster25 at Cabelas on 04/14/2008

Slab Spooning Fall Walleye

Daytime reservoir walleye fishing at this time of year sometimes requires going deep for them eye's starting to fatten on gizzard shad, and these Bomber Slab Spoons jigged near the bottom will fool quite few. They also work well all year in reservoirs that have white bass and wipers again imitating gizzard shad forage jigged, casted or trolled. Always have a few in my boats tackle box.
Tomwalleye at Cabelas on 09/24/2007

the #1 jig

my father purchased this jig for me a couple years ago and i cant even begin to tell you how many perch i have caught on it!! it has a nice small profile, however it is heavy so it gets down to the bottom easy! i have used it for probly 3 years and all the paint is still on it! i highly recommend this lure!
forrest9 at Cabelas on 12/18/2011


haven't got bit yet
horhey at Cabelas on 02/17/2011