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Heddon "One Knocker" Spook

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Heddon "One Knocker" Spook

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Saltwater
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MSRP ($):
6.99
The Heddon One-Knocker Spook takes Heddon's proven "spook" design one step further by adding a single tungsten rattle contained inside a specially designed sound chamber. The sound chamber actually intensifies the distinctive 'thump' that one-knockers produce, generating added attention from bass lurking below. The Heddon One-Knocker Spook also walks-the-dog even easier thanks to position of the new rattle chamber in the lure's body. Available in a variety of bass attracting colors, the Heddon One-Knocker Spook is a new take on a legendary design and still a great choice when the topwater bite is on.

Heddon Length Weight Class
One-Knocker Spook 4-1/2" 3/4oz Surface
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Heddon One Knocker Spook

This is the tried and true Heddon Spook with one tungsten bead in a special chamber to become the one knocker Spook. Familiar "walk the dog" action which may be made easier by the knocker chamber. The knock seems to help draw fish from farther away then the regular spook. Although primarily considered a freshwater lure, I love this lure for early morning flats fishing. There is something about seeing a fish blow up on a topwater lure. All fishing is great fun, but for some reason seeing that charging fish coming at your lure does something for me.

When the time and conditions are right, it is very tough to beat a spook walked across the water. If you haven't used one of these lures, do yourself a favor and put one (or a few) in your tackle bag! I have had good luck on all the colors, but my favorites are bone and ghost.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

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Durability, ease of use, color selection
Cons:
None so far
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