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A spoon is a type of fishing lure characterized by its shape, which resembles a small, curved metal spoon or scoop. Spoons are typically made of metal, such as brass, copper, or stainless steel, although some modern versions may also incorporate plastic or other materials. Spoons are popular among anglers for their versatility, durability, and effectiveness in catching a wide variety of fish species, including trout, salmon, bass, pike, and walleye. They can be fished in various ways, including casting and retrieving, trolling, jigging, or even ice fishing. When fishing with spoons, anglers often experiment with different retrieve speeds, depths, and presentations to determine what triggers strikes from fish. Some common techniques include casting spoons to cover water quickly, vertically jigging spoons near the bottom, or trolling spoons behind a boat or kayak. Spoons come in a wide range of sizes, colors, and designs to match different fishing conditions, water depths, and the preferences of the angler. They are considered essential lures for both freshwater and saltwater fishing and are a staple in many anglers' tackle boxes.

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