Luhr Jensen Krocodile Casting Spoons
The Krocodile® operates on a simple premise: big fish eat smaller fish. Year in and year out, the Krocodile® proves itself to be the most productive spoon ever built. It can be cast and retrieved, jigged over structure, or trolled.
- Versatile, multi-species minnow design
- Heavy-duty construction
- Corrosion-resistant finishes
Luhr Jensen’s Krocodile spoon is a classic. Folks catch everything from bass, yellowtail, barracuda, bonito, yellowfin, even halibut with these versatile lures. They are also a dandy thing to bring along with you if you are fortunate enough to fish Baja, for fishing from shore or a boat. I’m stocking what I consider the three best colors, day in day out: a reflective silver/chrome prism, blue or green mackerel pattern over bright silver/chrome. These patterns are available in three different sizes ranging from 1 ounce to 2 1/4 ounces. These simple spoons really are a great bait. Want to make ’em even better and longer lasting? That’s an easy trick, replace their stock treble hook once it gets a bit rusted and well abused with one of Owner’s new trebles. All you need are some split rings and the appropriate hook. You’ll have even better hook-sets and better corrosion resistance, for a long long time! The Kroc is probably the most efficient lure you can buy. They’ll last an eternity and catch an awful lot of fish through the years.
We’ve also carried some larger sized Krocs in the past. Luhr Jensen is no longer able to make the bigger lures. These are all made from Brass, and the cost has escalated to the point where the lures would have cost well over $20 each…closer to $30. So, the big 7 ouncers are history.