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the largest selection is most likely at Berry's Bait. Other stores will have a more regionalized selection but I would guess at Berry's having the most pegs of spoons overall. Look for Hub's sports and Chilliwack Dart and tackle special custom colors for certain Fraser fisheries like the chinook fishery at the mouth of the Vedder. Riverside Tackle has stocked a big selection of Little Cleo's in the past that most stores don't and Searun will have a few colors that their staff really likes. If saltwater spoons are your deal , check out Nikka in steveston for comercial trolling spoons in colors most shops have never seen. Highwater Tackle in north van also carries a few saltwater spoons most don't for the troll fishery at the mouth of the Capilano.
 

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Army and Navy also usually has a large spoon selection. During the Pink run I stopped at a number of local shops all over to grab a spoon here and there, and A+N usually had the best breadth of selection/price I found.
 

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You may find something interesting and a little different at Redden net in Steveston. Best during the week days. They have a lot of commercial spoons sold without hooks. Some old stock too like Palco. There was another commercial shop across the street from Redden, but it may be closed renovating. Same trip you can check out Nikka and Steveston Hardware a block away.
 

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dymara have some spoons that I use for freshwater, that are brass, copper, or nickle, with two blades to provide rattle. I've caught coho, cutties, bows and steelhead on these on the same river.
 

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ogobogo said:
dymara have some spoons that I use for freshwater, that are brass, copper, or nickle, with two blades to provide rattle. I've caught coho, cutties, bows and steelhead on these on the same river.
even though very few stores stock them, you can get the same style of lure from Gibbs. It's called a "Koho Klapper". 2 thin blades on the same split rings that rattle.
 
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