The 6th Sense Crush Magnum Spoon 150X is a large spoon lure designed to mimic large forage species that big largemouth and striped bass feed upon. Measuring 150mm in length (6" roughly) and weighing in at 2oz, the 6th Sense Crush Magnum Spoon displays a wide design which creates an erratic fluttering action as it falls through the water. Fish see the flash of the spoon and the side to side wobble as it descends and associate it with a dying baitfish that has lost full control of it's movements. This spoon really shines when fishing for offshore schooling bass that are grouped up and feeding on baitfish. Many times, the school is not readily feeding, but the fish can start to "fire" up when others in their group become excited - the spoon is great for this because it weeds through smaller fish. While the smaller bass take interest in the spoon, the meal is too big for them and is left for the larger bass in the school. Catch them big and catch them fast on the 6th Sense Crush Magnum Spoon 150X!
The 6th Sense Crush Magnum Spoon 150X measures about 6" in length and weighs 2oz coming with a stock 2/0 treble hook.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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Good walking action on this bait definitely need to upgrade hooks and split rings @RBBASSFISHING.NET
I have never turned a reel this fast before! Be prepared to get a workout "Speed Reeling". This works best around channel breaks, ledges, bridge pilings, humps, and any open water situation accompanied by baitfish. Drop the spoon below schools of bait. Engage the reel, smoke the spoon until it is near the surface, then repeat until hook set. Wow, I can not believe this works, but it does. I catch fish where nobody else will venture. I'm hooked & so are the fish! Try this type of fishing today.
Speed reeling is Awesome!
The reviewer Glenn from South Carolina got this fishing technique right. I have bagged some whoppers doing this, and can't wait to fish these spoons during the intense heat of summer. This lure is essential in my deep water arsenal. Learning something new is helping me to fill my livewell. Thanks so much for the great review!
Cant wait to use!!!
Not tried yet but seen the size fish these things catch.. Cant wait!
Not just another hop and pop spoon!
Try speed reeling this spoon. Watch the depth finder and locate suspended schools of fish in 30 to 80 feet of water. Note the approximate depth range, then drop the spoon to the bottom or 20 to 30 feet below the school. Point the fishing rod downward and speed reel until the spoon is just above the fishes' targeted depth, then repeat until hook set. This is a great way to fish and can be complimented by using a line counter reel. Most of the time you will have the lake to yourself doing this, not to mention all the fish as well! Good Fishing!
This spoon has great action and flutters great on the fall put fish in the boat first trip out. Paint held up well to the couple pike that ate it.