It only took a short period of time for the Coyote Spoon to rise to the top of ocean salmon fisheries off of Oregon, Washington and Western Canada. The spoons thin material creates a very active swimming action that salmon can't resist. Sized from 3 to 4-1/2 inches in length, sizes should be chosen to match the baitfish on which salmon are feeding. Smaller sizes when candlefish and anchovies are most prevalent, larger in late season when herring become the food of choice. The Coyote Spoon performs exceptionally well behind dodgers and flashers alike.