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You only get one....what would it be?

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You only get to take ONE jigging spoon with you. You don't know what lake, but your goal is to catch as many walleyes as possible.

What Jigging Spoon?

What size?

What color?

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Medium buckshot in the "glow" perch pattern.

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i threw away the package so i dont know the weight

but forage minnow

either 1/32 or 1/16 oz

glow pink

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Perch pattern varmit from JB Lures, 1/8 ounce. Rattle depending on the lake.

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1/16 oz. Northland Buckshot Rattle Spoon, red treble, glow back and orange and gold holigraphic front.

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1/16 oz. Northland Buckshot Rattle Spoon, red treble, glow back and orange and gold holigraphic front.

The best there is in my opinion but, a green forage minnow in the smallest size is a very close second.

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Probably a buckshot rattle spoon, maybe glow red, maybe gold, but probably glow-green.

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Yellow JB Weasel, 1/4 oz.

If I could carry two, the second one would be a red rapala jigging shad.

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Northland buckshot spoon in the super glow perch pattern.

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Angel Eye in glow red.

Although I have to admit I haven't given the Buckshots much of a 'shot'. I will have to change that.

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Either a Blue Fox Tingler in silver/chart (no longer made) or a slender spoon in gold with glow tape.

3rd in line would be a JR's flasher spoon in gold with red eys.

4th would be a rattlin varmit

5th a buckshot

6th a holey angel

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I would go with the medium Glow Red Lindy Rattlin Flyer, you get the glow, the rattle, and the great action the flyer produces! Great all around spoon!!! True weapon!

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JB Lures Rattlin Varmit Firetiger 1/8 oz

I'm with Mike on this one

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1/8 oz chartruese buckshot.

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Forage minnow, smallest size, and glow back with orange front. It also must have the blood red treb. hook.

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