Extended Glow Magnum
                                 Size: 4-3/4” long x 1-3/16” wide
                                       Weight w/ hooks: 0.60 oz

They will provide the same great qualities as the Big Daddie Magnum with the added benefit of a superior long lasting subtle glow. As we approach late summer and fall, we have more low light conditions. The weather tends to be more overcast and the daylight hours shorter. Our Extended Glow Magnum Spoons are the perfect Spoon for low light conditions. With their larger body and their subtle long lasting glow they make for outstanding late season baits that trigger many strikes.



All three Big Daddie Magnum Spoons, Regular, Extended Glow and Chameleon are great for catching all species of fish

​including Salmon and Trout.

Big Daddie Magnum
Size: 4-3/4” long x 1-3/16” wide
Weight w/ hooks: 0.60 oz

As the season progresses into late summer and early fall the water is at its warmest and the prey at its largest. The warmer water drives the fish deeper seeking cooler temperatures.
The Salmon will start to stage in very deep water (200 ft. or deeper) preparing for their spawning run into the rivers and streams. The Big Daddie Magnum duplicates the size of the prey present and also provides more flash and turbulence in the deeper, darker water. Being the largest and heaviest, the Big Daddie Magnum can be trolled faster to disturb the fish that have come into the shallows on their way to their spawning waters. This disturbance will often encourage a strike from the antagonized fish. Because of these reasons the Big Daddie Magnum makes for a great late summer and early fall bait.

​                                              ​Chameleon Magnum
                                  Size: 4-3/4” long x 1-3/16” wide
                                       Weight w/ hooks: 0.60 oz

They have the same seasonal results as the Big Daddie Magnum with the added benefit of our color changing Chameleon properties.
Our Chameleon Spoons are covered with transparent color changing tape. When viewed from different directions they will change colors and give off an iridescent rainbow effect, hence the name Chameleon.
Many of them also have Fluorescence paint or tape.
Fluorescent paint in Sunlight tends to be reflected and perceived as normal bright colors. Fluorescent paint will also absorb the Ultra-Violet light energy found in Sunlight producing a glow. This glow is most visible in low light conditions, such as overcast days, deep and dark water. This feature is commonly referred to as UV glow. When the Spoons are trolled they produce many different color combinations in the water producing many a strike. 




 





 


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