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The most active play at the slowest casting speed that’s the essence of the Air spoon lure. Having a very wide body, this spoon plays at snail speeds, and thus, it can be left within predator’s line of sight for a long time when fishing around local hides: snags, small reed islands etc. When designing the spoon, we achieved an impressive, as for such body proportions, stability of play. Thus, the Air spoon has a rather wide range of available action speeds and does not go into a spin when accelerated. The play of this lure is active, sweeping but not marked by excessively large amplitude. Sometimes the spoon’s play produces an interesting glitch, switching to gliding, which may serve as a signal for a predator to attack. While fishing, the spoon keeps hold of the horizon line and is not likely to immediately come to the surface. When paused, it sinks rather slowly, and its sinking is accompanied by an active play. The Air spoon can shake up the most passive predator, and its gram version, which is just 18 mm long, is a real catch for those who are fond of lure fishing whitefish. This tiny tot looks like a little bug underwater, and even bleak do not miss it. The Air spoon is an excellent lure for shallow fishing. If you are planning to fish pond trout, chub, ide, gar, perch and redfin, be sure to get the Air spoons.
|AR18||18 mm||1 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #8|
|AR23||23 mm||2 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
An exhausted fish juvenile is striving against the stream but still drifted. It is seeking safety by turning back, but a rapid silvery torpedo has put an end to its struggle and… swallowed the bait! This is because a fish juvenile was the Flash Line spoon! It perfectly imitates a narrow-bodied fish, which is the most favourite food of asp. Moreover, the spoon has outstanding flight properties, which doubles its importance for catching this cautious fish. The Flash Line spoon provides a fisherman with a wide range of opportunities for casting experiments, as it works excellent with all casting types. While fishing at a steady speed, this spoon shows an active but stable play of an average frequency with a small amplitude and does not go into a spin, even if casted against a rush current. It twitches well, making noticeable moves from side to side. While sinking at a pause, it swirls like a falling willow leaf. The direction of swirling often changes, and thus, a fishing line does not get twisted. If you slack a fishing line at a pause, the Flash Line spoon moves back in an intricate path, changing to swirling sometimes, – that’s the way you can vary a stepped spoon casting. Different combinations of these techniques will allow you to get on the right side of the most demanding fish. A wide range of sizes and weights allows you to catch any fish, from redfin, gar, chub, ide and perch in shallow water to zander and catfish on deep holes using a stepped casting. Meanwhile, asp, a number-one trophy for the Flash Line spoon, takes a spoon of any size well. In addition to catching freshwater predatory fish, the Flash Line spoon has shown excellent results in rock fishing (fishing from docks and at seaside). The narrow-bodied spoon will not leave rockfish, scad and garfish untouched.
Glisser was originally intended to be an ‘all-terrain lure’ for shallow water. It’s geometry allows the angler to pull the lure over the water vegetation or through water as shallow as 30cm with no risk of catching anything except actual fish. It remains stable in these conditions and wiggles attractively drawing in the fish.
The centre of gravity is shifted towards the rear end of the spoon, this allows to cast incredibly accurately. Glisser is most effective when fishing for small pike, perch, large roach, trout, asp and ide. It’s been successfully used for rock fishing when combined with a small silicone-type lure.
When predatory fish are passive and do not lunge at any available lure, you need to
have choices to make, as the slightest nuance of shape or play can be a key for
success. In this case, it is good to have several spoon options of a
particular, unusual nature. The Individ spoon is precisely this type. Its name
is for a reason – this spoon is extremely special and characterized by an
active average-frequency play, which is lower than expected of a spoon of such
size and shape. In some circumstances, it is an advantage and can induce
passive fish to attack or lure a large representative. While fishing, the
Individ spoon keeps hold of the horizon line and is not likely to come to the
surface. Thus, heavy models can be used to fish around rather deep areas. Pauses
can be an excellent addition to a traditional steady casting. The Individ
spoon, while sinking at pauses, actively plays and lures a predator. This
wide-bodied spoon with rounded lines seems to be specially made for stagnant
water and slow stream, i.e. pike and perch fishing. However, its potential goes
far beyond. This spoon proved itself as an excellent lure for chub, ide and
asp. Naturally, casting is made upstream or across the tide when fishing in a
rapid stream. In upstream fishing, a key benefit of the Individ spoon is its
ability to play at the slowest speed. Thus, the spoon will not greatly outrun a
stream while fishing. The small-sized Individ spoons are very attractive to
non-predatory fish, such as redfin, roach and sabrefish. Pond trout fishing is
worth noting, as they are known for changeable nature. The Individ spoon often
enables you to find a right approach to them.
|ID19||19 mm||1 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #10|
|ID25||25 mm||2 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #8|
|ID25 HW||25 mm||2,5 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #8|
|ID30||30 mm||3 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|ID30 HW||30 mm||3,9 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|ID40||40 mm||7 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #2|
|ID50||50 mm||11 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1/0|
|ID50 HW||50 mm||15 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1/0|
Waterlily-filled lake shallow waters and shallow rapids. Pike, perch, chub and other predatory fish are waiting for the prey in hides here. Sometimes it is hard to lure them from there, and then you can use a secret weapon – the Koketka spoon lure. Having a sweeping high-frequency play, it acts as a magnet for a predator, inducing it to come out of any wilds and snags. The Koketka spoon starts at the lowest casting speed, which allows you to keep it within predator’s line of sight near potential hides for a long time. When paused in casting, it sinks rather slowly with an active play. All of this is combined with excellent flight properties, and thus, you can throw it to many interesting places, which are inaccessible to most shallow-water lures. The spoon steadily keeps the horizon line set by a fisherman and is not likely to come to the surface when accelerated. It is very attractive to fish at a common steady casting speed. However, you should alternate casting with pauses sometimes for better results. In addition, if there are no weeds and snags at the bottom, it is worth waiting for the lure to sink to the bottom when paused. This will help you both to intensify biting and to continually keep the lure in a bottom layer. The Koketka spoon is exceptionally multifunctional. It works well in stagnant waters. In addition, this spoon has proved itself as an excellent lure for asp, chub and ide in upstream and drift fishing. Finally, it lures the most diverse fish. The 2-gram Koketka spoon enables a fisherman to purposefully catch even non-predatory fish, such as roach, skimmer, white bream and sabrefish. Another effective area of using this spoon, where it is undoubtedly taking the lead, is pond rainbow trout fishing. An attractive high-frequency play and a wide range of size, weight and, most importantly, colours always allows you to reach this demanding fish.
|KA21||21 mm||1,2 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #10|
|KA25||25 mm||2 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #8|
|KA25 HW||25 mm||2,6 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #8|
|KA30||30 mm||3 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|KA30 HW||30 mm||3,8 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|KA40||40 mm||7 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #2|
|KA50||50 mm||10 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1/0|
|KA50 HW||50 mm||13,5 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1/0|
You can hardly imagine modern lure fishing without twitching. Some time ago, this
casting technique has been used for wobblers only, but now it is used with
lures of all kinds, including spoon lures. The Metal Twitch spoon was specially
designed for a jerk casting. Its distinctive feature is clear and predictable
movements from side to side while jerking – you only need to correctly choose
its intensity and frequency. This spoon not only makes random moves but does
play as a lure specially designed for a jerk casting. Another interesting
feature of the Metal Twitch spoon is its active play at pauses when you slack a
cord. The spoon rapidly moves back in a complicated path, inducing a predator
to bite. It is good to combine these playing techniques, for example, by making
two jerks and then a pause at a slacked cord until the spoon sinks to the
bottom. If a predator intends to attack actively moving lures, it will never
miss such a ‘performance’. This playing feature also allows you to effectively
use the Metal Twitch spoon in line fishing – either ice or boat fishing.
However, its play while jerking and sinking is not the entire list of benefits.
Despite its name, this spoon works well at a steady casting, being notable for
a wide range of operating speeds. It starts playing actively and sweepingly at
the slightest forward motion, does not fall into swirling and maintains
rhythmic swings even while fishing against a rush current. This enables you to
use the Metal Twitch spoon both in stagnant and running water, as well as river
areas where the current has different strength and direction. The centre of
gravity shifted back enables you to make both a long-range and precise cast,
allowing the Metal Twitch spoon to catch cautious predatory fish at a long
distance near potential hides. This spoon has shown good results while fishing
asp, chub, zander, pike, perch and trout.
|MT35||35 mm||2,7 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|MT40||40 mm||3,3 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #4|
|MT40 HW||40 mm||4 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #4|
|MT53||53 mm||6,5 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #2|
|MT63||63 mm||9 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1|
|MT63 HW||63 mm||12 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #1|
Rapids.They contain a lot of fish of all kinds, but fishing around this place is not
easy, as a lure faces deep and shallow areas, strong streams, backward flows,
stagnant water and all of this in all sorts of combinations. What lure should
you use under such challenging conditions? The answer is unambiguous: the Panic
spoon lure. It is the most multifunctional lure in the spoon line of SV Fishing
Lures to catch predatory fish. A creatively different shape, which prevents
failures in a play while fishing at any casting speed, an ability to make
extremely long-distance casts, slow fluttering in water – all of this describes
the Panic spoon’s benefits. This spoon shows a unique combination of the
broadest range of available casting speeds and an easy change of the fishing
horizon. The Panic spoon can move at a snail’s pace but keeps steadily playing
at a fast casting speed. By lifting or lowering the top of a fishing rod, the
spoon can be quickly moved to the surface or dropped to bottom layers. It
imitates panic movements of forage fish – that’s the best thing, which induces
a predator to attack. The Panic spoon allows you to use the most diverse types
of casting. In addition to a steady casting, when it shows an active, sweeping
and very steady play, the spoon responds to jerks, moving to sides, and
actively plays when paused at a stepped casting. The large Panic spoons are
excellent lures for fast fishing around large areas in vast water ponds, while
looking mainly for pike, as well as perch, zander and catfish. Small-sized
lures are attractive to predatory fish of all kinds: pike, perch, zander, chub,
asp, pond and brook trout.
|PA35||35 mm||3 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|PA35 HW||35 mm||3,7 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #6|
|PA40||40 mm||3,8 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #4|
|PA40 HW||40 mm||4,8 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #4|
|PA50||50 mm||7,5 g||Single Vanfook SP-41MB #2|
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