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Post Posted: 09:21am - Feb 22,20 
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I normally run a peanut fly, or a 2 " slide fly behind my 6 " spin dr. or 6"dodger.... I have some small spoons that are 2" flutter spoons .... Does anyone run small spoons like this in springtime? should i try the standard 3 times leader length?????? Just thinking springtime here...... or early summer?????

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Post Posted: 12:31pm - Feb 27,20 
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I don't run spoons behind a flasher or dodger, but I have had really good results running a 2" spoon clean, on a braid slide diver. In May and June, this is a go-to rig for coho. My favorite for the last couple of years has been a Silver Streak Jr. in a pattern called "Super Screw". The Jr Streak is 2" long. I usually put the slide diver out 40/40 (40' behind the diver and then 40' more) to start, on a shallow setting. Hope that helps.

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Post Posted: 01:36pm - Mar 2,20 
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Runnin' Bare wrote:
I don't run spoons behind a flasher or dodger, but I have had really good results running a 2" spoon clean, on a braid slide diver. In May and June, this is a go-to rig for coho. My favorite for the last couple of years has been a Silver Streak Jr. in a pattern called "Super Screw". The Jr Streak is 2" long. I usually put the slide diver out 40/40 (40' behind the diver and then 40' more) to start, on a shallow setting. Hope that helps.

Jerry
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Now I know your BOTY secret! I happen to have a slide diver... and a Jr Streak Super Screw!! It'll be in the water more often this year ;)

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Post Posted: 03:23pm - Mar 3,20 
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I have great luck with spoons behind flashers. 3 to 3.5 feet behind. I use them on tricky windy days when I have to run a faster speed to control the boat

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