Michigan Stinger Scorpion Spoon

5 Reviews
Item No.: F12051


Michigan Stinger Scorpion Spoons have been redesigned with new colors, including new UV colors for high visibility in deep and dark waters. These spoons feature a thin, slightly curved design to give them a fish attracting flutter action. Originally designed for Walleye, they have gained tremendous popularity with the Trout and Salmon anglers. These spoons are proven effective in the spring for Browns and Coho off planer boards, as a slider off downriggers, or any time small baitfish are encountered.

Scorpion Spoons break all the rules with regard to the old saying "Big bait - Big Fish". The fact is large predators often feed on very small prey, and find these spoons irresistible. These spoons are great for freshwater trolling applications, as well as for casting or jigging.

  • Weight: 0.2 oz.
  • Qty. per pack: 1

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10/24/2014 12:00:00 am

Stingers produce!

by Jk -

Nice action off of downriggers at most speeds between 2.0 and 2.7

2/4/2019 12:00:00 am

Michigan stinger scorpion

by Hunt2472000 -

These spoons have caught lots of Lake Erie walleye.

3/10/2019 12:00:00 am

Can’t miss spoons

by Paul M. -

Excellent Spring spoons for browns

4/13/2020 12:20 pm

The only name brand spoon for hand lining the Detroit River.

by Tom From Ann Arbor

Been hand lining in the Upper Detroit River for Walleyes for decades. Inexpensive, locally made spoons always worked better than name brands. The old timers who mad them passed away and they're no longer available. But one name brand works every bit as well: Michigan Stinger Scorpion. Deadly for hand lining for Walleyes.

1/20/2021 7:45 pm

Best spoon

by Filthburger

I introduced these to a large reservoir in Northern Cali. Best spoon ever, along with a competitor that uses the same shape blank. I introduced a whole new line of spoons to these guys who all did tried and true for years. I usually out fished them just by trying these out. I caught my best fish on these on lead core running 2.5-4mph with a side planar. I now notice that many more are trying these out on the lake(s). I even caught an 11lb Lahontan Cutthroat on one of these. Great, versatile spoon.