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Thomas E.P. Spoon

Item#: F13032

4 reviews
$3.79
$2.84

Thomas E.P. Spoons feature a unique shape and bend designed to wobble through the water in a tantalizing motion. These spoons are deadly on trout, but are also effective on many other gamefish species from panfish to northern pike. Thomas E.P. Spoons incite the predatory instinct of even the most neutral fish and cause them to strike. Unique shape and bend Wobbles through the water Qty. per… Read More

Thomas E.P. Spoons feature a unique shape and bend designed to wobble through the water in a tantalizing motion. These spoons are deadly on trout, but are also effective on many other gamefish species from panfish to northern pike. Thomas E.P. Spoons incite the predatory instinct of even the most neutral fish and cause them to strike.


  • Unique shape and bend
  • Wobbles through the water
  • Qty. per Pack: 1

Thomas E.P. Spoons are made in the U.S.A.


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Thomas E.P. Spoon Copper-Gold

Copper-Gold

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Thomas E.P. Spoon Nickel-Gold

Nickel-Gold

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  • 3

    Classic-shaped spoon

    Posted by Tom on March 28, 2022

    This lure has a slim profile but good weight for its size so it gets down to the where the fish are in a hurry. Great looking finish (and made in the USA, too). A nice replacement for the Acme Fjord J… Read More

    This lure has a slim profile but good weight for its size so it gets down to the where the fish are in a hurry. Great looking finish (and made in the USA, too). A nice replacement for the Acme Fjord Jr that aren't made anymore.

  • 5

    great trout spoons

    Posted by scrubs on June 12, 2019

    I probably use my home brew Mepps knockoff spinners about 80% of the time. But these are a productive change of pace in both finishes. Count em down and change up retrieves.

    I probably use my home brew Mepps knockoff spinners about 80% of the time. But these are a productive change of pace in both finishes. Count em down and change up retrieves.

  • 5

    Must buy spoon for trout

    Posted by Bigblue on June 12, 2019

    I bought the 1/6 oz copper/gold spoon and used it for trout fishing in lakes. This lure is very small but heavy so it casts very far for a small sized lure and sinks very well too. It is unlike any sp… Read More

    I bought the 1/6 oz copper/gold spoon and used it for trout fishing in lakes. This lure is very small but heavy so it casts very far for a small sized lure and sinks very well too. It is unlike any spoon I have purchased before. Well worth the money. When I want to cover a lot of water, I would retrieve quite fast and stop and fast and stop kind of pattern near the surface. Surface active trout will hammer when the spoon flutters down at the stop phase. Can also fish deep and slow with go stop motion. Because the spoon is small, it is also effective in very clear water lakes when fish are pressured. Nice spoon to have it in your tool box.

  • 5

    Small Compact Spoon For Bass and Trout

    Posted by JPR-Erie on June 12, 2019

    I have caught trout and bass on the Thomas E.P. Spoon. The lure has a wobbling motion different from the typical spoon that allows you to keep it up near the surface, despite its compact size and wei… Read More

    I have caught trout and bass on the Thomas E.P. Spoon. The lure has a wobbling motion different from the typical spoon that allows you to keep it up near the surface, despite its compact size and weight. This allows you to work it close to the shoreline when prey fish are going after minnows without getting hung up as other spoons of the same weight would. As the other reviewer noted, it also has a nice flutter motion on the retrieve and stop sequence which also attracts fish. The 1/4 oz version is small at 1.5," so it casts well, but it also means it is unlikely attract big fish when they are going after larger prey. Nonetheless, it is a good tool to have in the tackle box, especially when the predators are being finicky or along the shore.