Plane Jane Spoons
Jane Who? There is nothing plain about this jigging spoon's seductive lift off and planing action. "An outstanding tool for targeting big, deep water fish," said Al Patterson, President and Owner of ReelBait Tackle. "It is amazing to me, how negative fish will climb all over this spoon". It is another tool for extracting those hard to catch deep water fish when a rattle doesn't do the trick. The Plane Jane Spoon will produce on those hard to catch fish from summer heat through winter ice. Walleye, Perch, Largemouth, Smallmouth, Striper, White's and Hybred Bass, other game fish fall all over themselves to get a shot at the Plane Janes wounded baitfish action. This lure body's tail heavy design planes through the water with a seductive flutter and fall triggering the predatory instinct in all fish. TIP: A snap of the wrist and then, control the flutter back to the bottom on a semi taught line, and hold on, this is where the strikes occur. Perfect your finesse presentation of the right amount of lift for the fluttering drop and get ready for some get in their face action. Fish will hit it on the way down or as it settles to the bottom. Your next lift the fish will be there. Snap with authority as though you were setting the hook on the lift, and be prepared! I prefer to fish this bait on a 6'6" medium to medium heavy rod with a bait casting reel with a flipp'n switch, spooled with a premium 10 to 12 lb. monofilament line. Allot of fishermen use super lines, however, I prefer the shock absorbing and forgiveness of mono, because the fish really pound these baits. Al Patterson, Reelbait Tackle
Testimonials: "I'm a believer, as your slogan says, "If fish could ask for it they would"... Keep up the good work. "These things are money!" K.J. Beam - former Events Coordinator for Cabela's Sportsman's Quest, Shooting, Angling and Outdoor Promotions. One thing that cracks me up about the fall bite, is everyone states it's the die off of the Shad, well there is truth in that, but they also have to recognize there may be 3"- 5" hatches of Shad throughout the year, not all of those survive. As anglers we prey on the predatory instincts of the fish and your product line (Plane Jane's) mimics a wounded or dying fish to a T. I use them through the ice for Lake Trout here in Colorado as well as well! -- Barry Cundiff, President Colorado Walleye Association
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