Taking "Spooning" to the next level

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Bass caught on a crease fly


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Some years ago my good friend introduced me to flats fishing on his poling skiff for redfish, trout and whatever else was biting. He tied all of his own flies and gave some to me. Since then I started making my own spoon flies. Making Fishrelish Spoon Flies and poppers is purely a hobby for me which I really enjoy and hope to share them with you and your next fishing trip.

There is a short video clip of the FSF spoon in action wobbling through the water and when you pause to let it sink, the spoon will continue to wobble all the way to the bottom hook side up. These spoons will not spin upon retrieval causing your tippet to twist when using a loop knot.

The FSF spoon flies are not limited to redfish or trout, but can catch other saltwater and freshwater species as well. Some have been sold to catch large mouth bass, schooling white bass along with striped bass too.

IMPORTANT: You will get the best results using a loop knot.


Redfish caught on a spoon fly