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The Glo-Shot® Fire-Belly Spoon relies on its proven exposed light-stick model that
provides anglers a powerful Red, Green, or Chartreuse glow which lasts over 8
hours. In dark or stained water, the glo-sticks have already proven their worth in a
host of other Glo-Shot® baits. In clearer water, Glo-Shot® models attract fish from
further distances, drawing more interest and activity beneath you whether targeting predators or panfish.

The Glo-Shot® Fire-Belly Spoon utilizes a lead free Z-alloy (Zinc) body to cut through the water column,
reaching fish faster and without oversizing the offering both. That combination of speed, sans the
intimidating sizes so often seen in heavy spoons, makes the Glo-Shot® Fire-Belly Spoon a true winner in
the category – all while being a good lead-alternative.

• Exposed light stick
• Lead free Z-Alloy body
• Perfect for walleyes, pike and panfish
• Glows for eight plus hours
• Falls fast to get to fish quick

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  • Great Jigging Spoon

    Posted by Randy H on Sep 22nd 2022

    I'm a guide and I ordered these specifically for jigging Kokanee Salmon. They worked great with or without the glow stick, but without the glow stick the treble hook gets hung up in the slot where the glow stick goes. They also worked on Lake Trout.

  • Glow stick

    Posted by Harry l black on Jan 31st 2022

    How do you activate the glow sticks?

  • Must have in tackle bag

    Posted by Carl on Mar 4th 2021

    I remove the treble hook and replace it with a 2" red stinger hook. Stick a juicy shiner or fathead on it and bombs away. Great for rattle reel, jigging, drifting and bobber. The glow sticks last all night, red worked best but had great luck w the green as well. The sunlight glows up the jigs real bright. The better half and I have definitely caught more trophy size Walleye.

  • works well

    Posted by stanley bania on Feb 4th 2021

    not 100 percent effective ice fishing

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