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Thomas Colorado Spoon

Item#: F12022

18 reviews
$3.79 - $3.99

Thomas Colorado Spoons are wobbler type spoons that are great baitfish imitators. These lures feature jewelry quality two-tone finishes and an engraved half-scale pattern. This combination creates a highly reflective flash that triggers all types of gamefish to strike, especially trout. Colorado Spoons work best when used with a slow stop and go retrieve, with occasional sharp twitches to bring ou… Read More

Thomas Colorado Spoons are wobbler type spoons that are great baitfish imitators. These lures feature jewelry quality two-tone finishes and an engraved half-scale pattern. This combination creates a highly reflective flash that triggers all types of gamefish to strike, especially trout. Colorado Spoons work best when used with a slow stop and go retrieve, with occasional sharp twitches to bring out the hard strikes.


  • Qty. per pack: 1

Thomas Colorado Spoons are made in the U.S.A.



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Thomas Colorado Spoon Nickel-Gold

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Thomas Colorado Spoon Nickel-Gold

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18 Reviews
  • 5

    Got to have this lure in your box of goodies!!

    Posted by Larry Glavinich on December 10, 2019

    The Thomas Colorado is a go to spoon when all else fails just as the Thomas Buoyant! I personally have caught up to 50 nice trout in one spot using an incredibly slow retrieve at the proper water dept… Read More

    The Thomas Colorado is a go to spoon when all else fails just as the Thomas Buoyant! I personally have caught up to 50 nice trout in one spot using an incredibly slow retrieve at the proper water depth nearly every cast! I have also nailed 30 inch lake trout at 12 to 15lbs on the Thomas Colorado as well, using 8lb line for a fast drop and best action. I personally use only the gold/silver spoon for my fishing. I live in Colorado Rockies 8500 feet with big clear deep lakes.

  • 5

    The Best Trout Spoon Ever!

    Posted by rollsrick on June 12, 2019

    A slow retrieve with a frequent jigging of your rod and you WILL catch fish. The trout play with it on the way in and just a couple of jerks on the rod drives them crazy. Then they hit it aand hit it … Read More

    A slow retrieve with a frequent jigging of your rod and you WILL catch fish. The trout play with it on the way in and just a couple of jerks on the rod drives them crazy. Then they hit it aand hit it hard!

  • 4

    great trout spoon

    Posted by scrubs on June 12, 2019

    The nickel/gold 1/6 oz. is a great spoon for active trout in the lakes around here. Casts and sinks well and the color can't be found in other brands.

    The nickel/gold 1/6 oz. is a great spoon for active trout in the lakes around here. Casts and sinks well and the color can't be found in other brands.

  • 4

    Best lure period

    Posted by TrevorF on June 12, 2019

    Use it here in Montana on the big horn and yellowtail dam and pull out monster brown trout some rainbows along with small mouth and walleye

    Use it here in Montana on the big horn and yellowtail dam and pull out monster brown trout some rainbows along with small mouth and walleye

  • 4

    Small Profile Lure to Use in Shallows

    Posted by JPR-Erie on June 12, 2019

    I've recently been frustrated pursuing a variety of sport fish pursuing baitfish in the shallows of Presque Isle Bay and tributaries into Lake Erie. My spoons were too big and did not match the … Read More

    I've recently been frustrated pursuing a variety of sport fish pursuing baitfish in the shallows of Presque Isle Bay and tributaries into Lake Erie. My spoons were too big and did not match the coloration of the prey and my jerkbaits were hanging up on the shallow bottom. One solution is the Thomas Colorado Lure - it has a small profile, casts well, and has two color combinations that predators find appealing in good light and clearer water (I haven't fished these in dirty water yet and I don't know how they would do in gin clear water either). The scaled surface does a good job reflecting the light, the lighter weight and smaller size and the fish find it appealing, even when they are being finicky.