Ron Colby, Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits. Today we’re going to show you how to trick up a spoon. You can buy these nicely colored spoons and stuff all over the place. You can get them in a lot of different colors. You can get like this Dave Wallace Wally lure spoon. He’s got a mesh on it and he’s put a clear coat on it, put a little on there and stuff. Or you can do what we do a lot. I just get a plain silver Hopkins spoon, change the hooks, put the split rings on it. We’ve talked about it before, then buy you a set of permanent markers, colored markers. Any office supply, Safe Way grocery store, K mart, Wal Mart, they carry all of these. Get you a nice florescent pack and just play around with them a lot. Okay, so we’ve drawn some blue on there to mimic his shad. We want a little bit of red dot on here.I’m going to put a little red dot right here, maybe a little gill plate flare. Put a little red right there, and maybe we need a little chartreuse on this because we’re biting some chartreuse. You do little lime green, color it, put that down there, mimic a little blue gill maybe down on the bottom towards that. There you go. You’ll be amazed how many more fish you’ll catch by just tricking up a plain silver Hopkins spoon. .