The Swedish Pimple is a superb jigging lure. This type
of lure has been widely used in Sweden for over 100
years with exceptional results on both fresh and
salt-water fish. Jig it, summer or winter!
Their proven ability to take walleye, trout, Coho
salmon, northern, bass, pan fish and many salt water
species makes owning this lure a must for most
fishermen. As a general rule the larger sizes are for
game fish in deep water lakes.
The smaller sizes are for pan fish in shallow lakes; or
trout, bass, etc. in rivers. All sizes will produce game
fish and pan fish if both types inhabit the same waters.
Ultra-lite and light action rods, with balanced reels
spooled with 2 or 4 lb. Test line teamed with a Swedish
Pimple, Vingla or Flute Spoon has brought many large pan
fish to the dinner table.
Our smallest size Swedish Pimples, Vinglas and Flute
Spoons with treble hooks that are tipped with a small
minnow, wiggler or grub do well.
Often a perch eye on a single hook is a real producer of
perch, crappie and stray walleye or white bass. The eye
has a strong odor and is so tough; several hard bites
will not remove it. If you miss a bite, you can often
tease the fish into coming back for more because the
bait is still on. When fishing for crappies, retrieve
the Swedish Pimple, Vingla or Flute Spoon slowly by
sunken timer brush or weeds. A #2WP Swedish Pimple with
a single hook tipped with a white plastic grub is
extremely effective for vertical jigging crappies by
sunken docks or timbers or try a #2PS retrieved slowly