Finally I have found the time to complete the jointed spoons that I had introduced in my thread "Metal Swimbait Or Jointed Spoon" a couple of weeks ago .
These spoons are made of 1,0 mm thick stainless steel sheet and about 16,5 cm(bit more than 6 1/2")in length and I estimate them at approx. 50 grams of weight(little less than 2 ounces) .
Due to the tail segments I have named that lure "Scorpion" spoon , as they strongly remind me of a curved scorpions tail(but have a treble instead of a sting:lol: .
One or another user in here might have watched the video linked in the thread mentioned above , .........I have replaced the deeply cupped front section of the first prototype shown in there by now to a moderately cupped one , as these swim far better .
I haven't bothered about painting these lures , as the paint would have surely gotten scraped off at the attachment holes , as I had a tough time assembling the splitrings thus joining the single segments .
Now I am waiting for my next boat trip to cast them at local pike to determine about their opinion about my latest lure design;) , but it should still chill down a bit towards fall season .
greetz , diemai:yay: