PK Flutter Fish

The Flutter Fish is not your ordinary jigging spoon. This spoon has a unique action all it's own. Fish see the jigging spoon rising and falling like an injured or dying baitfish. This in turn, causes the fish to eat it. It took Pat O'Grady years to perfect the fluttering motion of the bait. This fluttering action increases the strike ratio because of increased flash, vibration and realistic movement. This spoon is perfect for all seasons because it can be trolled, jigged and casted to produce fish. Not only is it great for all seasons but it is great for all species as well. Catch walleye, trout, pike, muskie, perch, crappie, bass and much more using the PK Flutter Fish premium jigging spoon. The lure works great in lakes, reservoirs, streams, rivers and in salt water too.

Copper
Copper
Firetiger
Firetiger
Firetiger Glow
Firetiger Glow
Nickel
Nickel
Pearl Chartreuse Holographic
Pearl Chartreuse Holographic
Rainbow
Rainbow
Red Dot Glow
Red Dot Glow

Use as a Flasher (1.5 - 2.5 oz)
The larger sizes of the Flutter Fish (especially the plated ones) work very well as flashers for lake trout, other trout and kokanee salmon. Simply remove the treble hook with split ring pliers, then cut a 6" to 12" piece of line, attach it to the split ring and the desired hook. Once that is done, bait your hook and attach your downrigger to get the bait down. You can also just troll the bait as it comes out of the packaging for all those species as well. We've had a lot of success for enormous lake trout using this method.
Use as a Trolling Spoon
Sometimes we use our Flutter Fish spoons as trolling spoon. You may think this is unconventional but it works incredibly well. You can use this on a variety of weighting systems. One such system is to take a piece of monofilament between 18" and 30" and tie it off to a bottom bouncer. Then simply attach the Flutter Fish of choice to the other end with a swivel and let it fall down to the desired depth and troll it! Our plated and glow patterns excel with this presentation for just about all species. Many trout and walleye are caught using this technique with and without bait. If you are going to use bait, we recommend that you use a part of a crawler or a small piece of a minnow. At times we also may use an artificial plastic behind the Flutter Fish as well.
Use as a Casting Spoon
Simply cast the spoon out to the desired area let it fall to down the water column and then snap your rod tip up, then let it fall, then retrieve and repeat. You can let it fall for long periods of time in deep water or move it along fairly quickly. Some anglers let the spoon fall all the way to a soft bottom lake or reservoir and then snap it back. The up and down action of the spoon mimics dying bait fish and is very effective on just about all freshwater species.
Use as a Jigging Spoon
To fish the Flutter Fish as a jigging spoon, it is recommended to jig the spoon in 6" to 18" lift drops (depending on the fish's mood/aggressiveness) and mix in pauses of 3 to 10 seconds. Oftentimes, our pro-staff will jig this lure fairly aggressively at the beginning and then slow it down based on how the fish react. If the fish are looking for an aggressive presentation, then give it to them. The key is to trigger the fish and it often helps to try various cadences. Pat O'Grady will also tell you that moving around is crucial to finding feeding fish no matter what lure you are fishing. So, don't forget to cover different spots to find the feeding fish. Pat usually will jig a spot for 50-100 lift drops, and if he doesn't get bit, then he moves to another spot. He has been notably successful with this technique.
Tweak it to use the eye to your advantage for Panfish
I have notice as well as been educated over the years panfish love the bling and then focus on the small offering or issue. Rather than use a dropper or bead with a the smaller PK Spoon or FlutterFish. Try and turn the spoon over and use the glow eye as the final target. It has proven man times with others in the group flipping there baits this way. Remember if is been 10 minutes or so recharge the eyes. It is my believe the eyes on our lures have a greater amount of glow powder in the paint so even holds true on the red dot glow and other glow versions.
Walleye and trout have been a focus for the PK Staff for years. Pat O'Grady fished his early creations of the Flutter Fish for walleye and trout while he was growing up in Wyoming. He perfected the Flutter Fish and PK Spoon fishing walleye and trout on Glendo and Seminoe reservoirs. He found that the Flutter Fish jigging spoon was effective for fishing in just about any situation or season because of it's seductive fluttering action. He would sit and jig each version of the bait and watch it through the ice or beside the boat to test it for the best possible action. He finally perfected it and used it to catch thousands of walleye both as a guide and recreational fisherman.

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