September 17th, 2013
Last year in early fall I decided to try something that I had never done before. I had heard from a few guys about using a spoon to fish for active fall smallies. Basically the technique is to just cast out and let it flutter down on a slack line. Once it hit bottom, just pick it up again bringing it 5 to 10 feet off bottom; then, let it drop again. I was beside myself when I saw how great this new found technique was. The spoon that I was using that day was a 3.5″ Williams half and half hammered, which I had to dig out of my Ice fishing gear. Needless to say, I now also have it in my fall smallie arsenal.
Give it a try you won’t regret it.
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Nuno is an avid multi-species angler, based in southern Ontario. Nuno is a member and Media Director for Barrie Bassmasters, as well as Director of the Junior Bassmasters. He is passionate about sport fishing, and about sharing the sport with future generations. Nuno's sponsors include Lunkerhunt, Kistler Rods, Ardent Reels, State Apparel and Freedom Tackle.More by Nuno Antunes