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GLO-SHOT® SPOON

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*Patent No. D849,880*

Glo-Shot® Spoons are available in 1/16-, 1/8- and 1/4-ounce weights, with red treble hooks in #12, #10 and #8 sizes, respectively. Hooks are attached via dual split rings for added action and fewer lost fish.

Glo-Shot® Sticks are non-toxic, easy to activate and glow in vivid color for eight hours. They are light enough not to affect lure action and are also great for lighting up a variety of bobbers, hooks and jigs. 

Glo-Shot® Stick Attracts Fish From Afar Glows In Color For 8+ Hours

S-Curve Design Enhances Action Non-Toxic, 1.5 Inches Long

Lightweight Z-Alloy For Maximum Flutter Red, Green And Chartreuse Colors

4 Metallic, 4 UV And 4 Glow Color Options 

MSRP includes three sticks and removal tool

 A killer on crappies, perch, walleyes, pike and trout. Cast or vertically jig. S-curve design and light, lead-free construction excels with twitches, lifts and falls. Glo-Shot® Sticks boost fish attraction in low-visibility situations. Change Glo-Shot® Stick colors to match conditions. Tip with live bait or IMPULSE® soft plastics. 

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  • Flutter spoon
    5

    Posted by Brian Kourofsky on Feb 22nd 2021

    A must have for walleyes thru the ice. Leave the glow stick out. I noticed a positive change in interest after the glow stick was removed from spoon.

  • Glo shot
    5

    Posted by Andy Walsh on Jan 10th 2021

    This has been a Mille Lacs go to!! Flutter and let it hit the bottom. Walleyes can’t resist it!!

  • Glow Shot Goodness
    5

    Posted by Tom Batiuk on Jan 8th 2021

    This simple and effective spoon has become my go to for many species in all bodies of water across the ice belt. Its especially effective tipped with a minnow head for small mouth bass through the ice. Highly Recommended!

  • Flutter Plus Glow
    5

    Posted by Joel Nelson on Jan 7th 2021

    This worked exceptionally well for eater sized eyes on my last trip to Upper Red Lake. I've been experimenting sizes and mixing non-like color glow sticks in different colored lures. I think the contrast in colors makes this bait easier to find and really stands out.

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