War Eagle Jiggin’ Spoon

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bass fishing spoons

You will never find me on the water without a War Eagle Jiggin’ Spoon tied onto one of my rods. I don’t always use it on every trip but it’s an excellent tool to use whenever you run across a big wad of deep-water fish on your electronics. A lot of folks ask us how to tell what species of fish they’re seeing on their graphs and in my opinion, the best way to learn is to drop this spoon on top of their heads because nearly every type of fish in the lake will bite this thing.

I use a 7/8-ounce Jiggin’ Spoon because I like to be able to get down to the fish as quickly as possible. Unlike a lot of other spoons out there, this one comes with a built-in swivel that drastically reduces the annoying line twist for which many jigging spoons are known. To make it even better, it also comes with an EWG Gamakatsu treble hook. I’ve caught some gigantic striped bass using this spoon and haven’t had any issues with durability. They’re not always easy to find but if you can run across ’em, I’d stock up.