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no flasher with spoons. I always run a flasher and fly. I do think on some days it draws them into the spread. 

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I have had luck running spoons behind the hotspot type triangle flashers. Very little drag and about a 6ft leader of fluorocarbon to the spoon When running deeper. I also attach them to the ball, and run the spoon 10-15 feet back. Higher up you run, further back from the ball. 

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Thanks Guys, We'll have to try both ways out and see what works.  Spent a fortune on gear so hope we are prepared.

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I'll run smaller dodgers occasionally, at the risk of getting bit off by salmon. Works better for trout. About 20 to 24" between spoon. Did get a nice coho last year on a blue and silver stinger behind a 6" jenson hammered chrome. Probably just luck.

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Some of the flashers/spinners don't impart any action to the lure, so those need a spoon or other self action lure behind them.  Its good to have both on hand to try on tough days.

 

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