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The ol' Cisco spoon...gimicky or good?

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Got these at an estate sale along with a pile of other spoons. From the look of the other spoons I would guess they are about 20 years old?

I've never fished them, are they any good, and if they are when would you use them?

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6 minutes ago, DRIFTER_016 said:

Cisco Spoon was a friend of mine!!!!  :lol:

These lures are about 5 inches. The rest of the collection looked to be for larger trout or pike. Apparently there is a whole Cisco product line and they are/were made in Canada.
http://www.canadianwiggler.com/cisco

How do you fish them?

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1 hour ago, dave524 said:

Looks like a spoon for vertical or ice fishing, can you slip a double in those side holes ?

Yes it does.

1 hour ago, DRIFTER_016 said:

Cisco Spoon was a friend of mine!!!!  :lol:

That may have gone over some Gen Xers and Millennials heads you old time Rock n' Rolla'. He was a friend of mine too, da dada do dada do.

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14 hours ago, Old Ironmaker said:

That may have gone over some Gen Xers and Millennials heads you old time Rock n' Rolla'. He was a friend of mine too, da dada do dada do.

 :D :D :D :D :D :D

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On 5/12/2018 at 10:48 PM, DRIFTER_016 said:

Cisco Spoon was a friend of mine!!!!  :lol:

Funny Stuff--good to learn you haven't lost your edge

 

Tight Lines Man

 

Paul

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