JIG FLARE SPOON
JIG FLARE SPOON.
The Fish Daddy Outdoors Jig Flare Spoon is a versatile multi-purpose, multi-species spoon equipped with our exclusive Fish Daddy LED Housing. Perfect for use with your set line or dead stick, but full of options that allow it to be presented vertically or horizontally, with or without a dropper chain!
INCREASE YOUR CATCH RATE WITH JIG FLARE
JIG FLARE SPOON
The Fish Daddy Outdoors Jig Flare Spoon is an LED Equipped spoon that can be presented in a variety of ways while ice fishing. The most popular method with anglers using the Jig Flare Spoon is under a Set Line or Dead Stick.
Perfect for fishing as a Set Line or Dead Stick during cold fronts, or periods of feeding inactivity.
Turn on the LED, tip the treble hook with a minnow and set your depth, start with 3-14 inches off the bottom.
The Jig Flare Spoon can be used with a slip bobber, tip-up, or rattle reel.
Great option for anglers utilizing a second line inside or outside of the fishing shack.
The Stick Flare LED is removable and allows anglers to change the color of the light being emitted from the spoon.
The Jig Flare Spoon is offered in a variety of styles: transparent housing, blackout housing, with or without a dropper chain.
The Jig Flare Spoon will accept Fish Daddy LED and Glow Sticks, or third party Glow Sticks that are the same diameter.
TIPS FOR USING THE
RIGGING THE JIG FLARE SPOON
WHAT TO USE
Anglers have the option of fishing the Jig Flare Spoon as set line or dead stick, but you can also jig the Jig Flare Spoon! In addition, the Jig Flare Spoon can be presented in a variety of ways. Simply attach your line to one of the horizontal line guides and go from a vertical presentation to a horizontal presentation in seconds! It's that easy.
ROD SELECTION: DEAD STICK / SET LINE
The ideal rod for set line fishing the Jig Flare Spoon is has a length between 30-36 inches. A soft tip slowly transfers weight into a strong backbone. Consider an orange or neon tip as a visual indicator to bites and bait action.
ROD SELECTION: JIGGING
When Jigging the Jig Flare Spoon, consider a rod length of 28-32 inches. A solid blank with a heavier tip is helpful when jigging larger spoons such as the Jig Flare Spoon.
BAIT SELECTION: DEAD STICK / SET LINE
Live Bait rigs are deadly with the Jig Flare Spoon! Consider small suckers, or large shiners and fatheads. You can also swap out the treble hook for a larger live bait presentation.
BAIT SELECTION: JIGGING
If you are jigging, the best option is a minnow head, or several euro larvae. Don't shy away from trying soft plastics such as minnow heads if the fish are hungry.