It’s pretty simple. Nobody spends more time on the water (or ice) than Eric Haataja. Guiding over 300 times a year, he simply had enough of rods that didn’t meet his performance standards. After attempting to get other rod makers to build a better product, and having them reject his ideas because they cost too much, or couldn’t be done in China, Eric set out to design a world-class rod himself! Designed in the USA and built in the USA with domestic and foreign parts, you won’t find a higher quality ice fishing rod on the market!
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Jigging Spoon - Emerald Shiner
Haven’t used any of them yet
Best spoons on the planet hands down
Great spoon. Really like the action and color options
Looking forward to using the spoons
Maybe book a trip soon
Excelent product. king salmon killer!
Excellent price, shipping was quick, and just what I needed.👍
I will be shopping here again!!!
Awesome jigging lure, great prices
Been putting the meat down beatdown smack down crackdown on some suspended walleyes all summer with your spoons. I love them!!! I’ve also tried a few different techniques with them and all successful
Used my new jigging spoons up north this past week. Caught all sorta of fish on them, crappies, gills, perch and walleye.
Awsome spoons, they catch everything. From lake trout and browns in NH to whitefish and walleye in the U.P.! I took a friend of mine out in Lake Superior and he couldn’t believe the whitefish on Haat spoons ! Epic bite with epic spoons! The best spoon was 3/4 oz wonderbread by far
Best universal spoon ! Walleye salmon crappie perch !!!
It works great
I bought the Jigging Spoon to target some walleye using Forward facing sonar. What I have found is that it catches bass, bluegills, pike, etc. Looking forward to pitching some shorelines this fall on the river with the spoons. One added bonus was the guards on the treble hooks - super way to keep the jigs seperated.