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Win a Lure

Fishin’ Talk would like to share your fishing pictures and Stories with our readers.  Each story and/or picture that is sent to us for the Fishin’ Talk Blog will be entered for a monthly draw throughout 2012.  The winner will receive a lure from Pelican Lures.  The shipping expenses are included.  All you need to do is to send us your fishing story and/or fishing picture.

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Pelican Lures Catalogue

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Pelican Lures PDF Catatlogue

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Trolling/Flutter Spoons

Pelican Trolling/Flutter Spoon

Pelican Trolling/Flutter Spoon

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Product LIne Trolling/Flutter Spoons

Product LIne Trolling/Flutter Spoons

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Perch Trout Rainbow Red Light Speckled Green Brown Yellow Green Scad Bluegill Creek 
Eye Trout Trout Trout Pike Pike Walleye Walleye Chub
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Black White Brookie Silver Sm Mouth Pumpkin Cisco Blue Red Green Yellow White
Crappie Crappie Shinner Bass Seed Poison Poison Poison Poison Poison
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
Herring Sardine Anchovy Gizzard Red  Smelt Alewife Yellow Orange Monkey Lava Brown
  Shad Breast Monarch Monarch Puke Frog
37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Green Lily Green & Pink & Golden Stripped Sockeye The Brown Rainbow Grayling Carp
Frog Yellow Green Trout Bass Banded Trout Darter
Leaf Leaf
49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Perch Yellow Pike Silver Scad 2.0 Gold  Red Blackfish Silver Summer Gold Rock
EYE Perch EYE Fish Finger Breast 2.0 Bait Guppy Shinner Bass
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72
Blue Weakfish Tropical Black Sea Blue Fin Fish 4 Crazy Perch Fire 10 of  Red God
Spotted Fish Bass Cure Cords Art Tiger Diamonds Diamonds Bless
Sunfish 5 of    America
Diamonds
73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84
American Canada 1 Canada 2 Red or Pink Blue Yellow Green Light Blue Purple Moldey Purple Orange
Flag 2 Psych Psych Psych Psych Psych Psych Bread Splash Tiger
  Electra  Electra  Electra 
85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96
Pink Green 3 Dot Tiger Orange Pink Blue Pink Midnight Red Red Green
Tiger Tiger  Electra  Electra  Bread Collar Tiger River Electra  White Yellow Yellow
Electra  Electra Electra   Electra  Electra  Electra  Wave Wave Wave
97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108
Blue  Orange Black Orange Pink  Red Blue Green  Black Green Red  Black
Yellow Yellow Yellow White White Yellow Yellow Orange  White  Yellow White Yellow
Wave Black Wave Clown Clown Clown Clown Clown Clown Perch Perch Orange
Wave Perch 
109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
Pink  Blue  Red Red  Blue  Red  Green Pink  Orange  Red  Red  Blue 
Blue  Yellow  Yellow  White Yellow Yellow  Yellow  White  Yellow  Yellow  White  Orange 
White  Perch  Perch  Stripes Stripes Stripes Stripes Stripes Black Fire  Fire  Fire  
Perch  Stripes
121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132
Yellow  Black  Black  Red  Green  Red   Blue  Black  Pink  Red  Red  Green
Green Orange  White  White   Yellow Yellow  White  Yellow  White White Yellow  Yellow
Fire   Fire  Fire   Curve Curve Curve Curve Curve Curve Shimmer Shimmer Orange 
Shimmer
133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144
Silver  Yellow  Pink  Red  Yellow   Orange  Blue  Pink  Yellow  Orange Green Yellow
Blue  Black  White  White  Red  Black  Pink  White  Green  Fin Fin Fin
Shimmer Shimmer Shimmer Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales
145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156
Red Blue Pink Pink Blue Red Green Yellow Teal Orange Orange Pink
Fin Fin Fin Scad Scad Scad Scad Scad Scad Scad Bleed Bleed
157 158
Blue Chart
Bleed Bleed

  

Fishing Spoons
The metal fishing spoon lure was believed to be first used back in the 1840's. Fishing spoons are a simple design, an oblong shape, concave on one side that catches water producing a wobble and light reflecting flash imitating a fleeing or crippled bait fish. Because spoons appeal mainly to the sense of sight they work best on clear or lightly stained water conditions.  The long standing popularity of fishing spoons results from ease of use as a fish usually will hook itself when it grabs a spoon. Spoons work best for larger predators such as northern pike, largemouth bass, muskies, walleye, salmon and trout.
The action of a fishing spoon is based on it's shape and thickness. A long spoon will display a wider side to side wobble than a shorter spoon. A deep concave spoon will also produce a wider wobble than a flatter spoon. Thin fishing spoons used for trolling have an erratic wobble compared to thick spoons but thick spoons have advantages as well, the extra weight casts better, sinks faster and will run deeper than thinner spoons.  Pelican offers three types of spoons: Casting spoons, trolling spoons, and jigging spoons. Pelicans fishing spoons are stamped from steel.  Their spoons are  powdered both sides with a metallic flake, painted one side with a polished metallic surface on at other side to reflect the sunlight making the spoon visible, or painted one side with a glow-in-the-dark finish and the other side has a metal finish.  When casting or trolling a spoon the speed is critical for success, if fished too slow or too fast the spoon will not wobble properly, you should experiment to find the precise speed for each spoon to perform its best. When casting a fishing spoon anglers will cast 10 to 20 feet beyond the area they believe the fish are and retrieve through the strike zone. For flat line trolling from behind a boat the speed and amount of line out should be the main consideration, as well as in using depth control rigging such as downriggers and dipsey divers
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