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Bomber Saltwater Fishing Spoons and Saltwater Grade Fishing Lures

Cast and retrieve with confidence using Bomber's saltwater fishing spoons, and attract action-packed strikes from the saltwater species you're after. Experienced saltwater anglers know fishing with spoons is key to landing some of the largest predatory game fish in the sea. Saltwater tough, Bomber's fishing spoons are durable enough to withstand strike after strike, and they can be fished in nearly any type of water.

Made with strong heavy-duty nickel swivels and rustproof stainless steel split rings, their weighted action slices easily through the water for improved precision when casting in the deepest, hard-to-reach areas.

The light reflected by these saltwater spoons is a surefire way to attract attention to your bait. Even if the fish aren't hungry, the enticing wobbly action will trigger a strike response from sheer habit. These spoons move randomly, as any panicked prey would, making your bait look irresistible.

Bomber's line of saltwater fishing spoons is designed to stand up to the most hostile environments. They're the perfect match to any of our durable saltwater Soft Plastics and are proven to be vital tools in any saltwater angler's tackle box. Tie one on today, or see our full line of Saltwater Grade Hard Baits.


Bomber Saltwater Grade Who Dat Metal Spoons

Bomber Saltwater Grade Who Dat Metal Spoons
Bomber Saltwater Grade Who Dat Metal Spoons feature a weedguard, two red beads that mimic shrip or baitfish eyes and a hook that is securely screwed into the body. The Who Dat Metal Spooj was built to dominate.

Who Dat - Rattling Spinner Spoon

Who Dat - Rattling Spinner Spoon
Who Dat gonna put dem fish in da boat! Born out of necessity in the marshes of south Louisiana where shallow mudflats require long casts and a shallow-running lure.

Who Dat - Weedless Rattling Spoon

Who Dat - Weedless Rattling Spoon
Who Dat gonna put dem fish in da boat! Born out of necessity in the marshes of south Louisiana where shallow mudflats require long casts and a shallow-running lure.