Parsons Lures "Smelt" Pattern Spoon

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"Smelt Pattern" Fishing Spoon by Parsons Lures

Embrace the shimmer and shine of the "Smelt Pattern" Fishing Spoon by Parsons Lures, meticulously designed to replicate the flash and movement of a live smelt. Its holographic surface reflects light to mimic the scales of this common baitfish, making it irresistible to predatory species. The spoon is balanced for a perfect swim action, whether jigged in place or retrieved at speed, creating an enticing flutter that mimics a fleeing or injured baitfish. With its high-quality construction and a sharp, durable treble hook, this lure stands up to both fresh and saltwater conditions, delivering exceptional performance cast after cast. Ideal for targeting a variety of species, the "Smelt Pattern" spoon is particularly effective for trout, salmon, steelhead, and even light-tackle saltwater species like mackerel and sea bass. Add this versatile lure to your collection and enjoy the thrill of the catch across diverse angling scenarios.

  • 1/8oz
    • Dimensions: 1/2" width x 1 1/2" length
    • Hook Size: 8
  • 1/4oz
    • Dimensions: 1/2" width x 2" length
    • Hook Size: 8
  • 1/2oz
    • Dimensions: 5/8" width x 3" length
    • Hook Size: 4
  • 3/4oz
    • Dimensions: 1 1/4" width x 3 1/2" length
    • Hook Size: 2/0
  • 7/8oz
    • Dimensions: 7/8" width x 4" length
    • Hook Size: 2

All Parsons Lure spoons are epoxy coated and baked for extreme durability, not just painted and clear coated. Also, all lures are hand-made in the USA, so patterns will vary slightly from spoon to spoon.

  • Ideal for trout, salmon, and steelhead in rivers and lakes
  • Effective for mackerel and sea bass in coastal waters
  • Can be used for casting, jigging, or trolling
  • Suitable for both clear and reflective water conditions

Target Species:

  • Trout
  • Salmon
  • Steelhead
  • Mackerel
  • Sea Bass


  • 5
    Great pattern and very well made

    Posted by Mark Liljedahl on 21st Mar 2024

    Can’t wait to fish these in Maine