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3/20/22 Have you seen the livescope footage catching crappie on Bink’s Spoons?

Daily Fishing Log For March 20, 2022

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date March 20, 2022 Air Temp See below notes for the video!! Current Generation
Fisherman Richard Bowling Water Temp
Hours Fished 4 Sky Water Clarity
Fishing Overall Excellent Wind
Fish Caught
Total Caught Total Keepers
Size/Weight (Pounds)
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Location/Presentation/Structure
In late February, Richard Bowling got his hands on the Bink's Spoons to try them out for crappie. He put them to the test leading up to our trip out to shoot some video. He was hammering them all week long and that continued when we got the cameras out. The spoons performed well with and without a minnow. At the time, it did seem that being tipped with a small minnow helped, but quite a few were caught without. You can order the Bink's Spoons with a single gold aberdeen hook or the treble hook for many of the sizes. Richard prefers the treble hook because it allows for 3 chances to get a hook in a fish instead of one. If you do get snagged, the single hook version will likely pop off a little easier using the weight of the spoon to bounce it around. A treble hook will pop out as well, but with 3 hooks, it sometimes can be a little more difficult. In Richard's opinion, the risk is worth the reward. See below notes section for footage of the Garmin livescope screen as Richard uses the spoon, plus plenty of fish catches. Bink's Spoons will catch any predator fish in the lake, and have been known to catch crappie, largemouth, white bass, hybrids, stripers, walleye, and more across the Midwest!
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