If you’ve not used Al’s Forty Niner spoons for walleye trolling, you may be ignoring the most important change-up lure available. The Forty Niner has a unique shape that gives it an action different than any of the flutter-type spoons and that shape also gives these spoons more flash than most others. The multiple flat surfaces give a solid bright look at the finish and colors on these spoons. A flipper tail on the hook hanger gives the fish one more reason to nab it. Interested? I was, but what color? The base colors of silver, gold or copper are all winners depending on conditions and we all know that various color highlights or combinations are just as important. What I did was cover as many of the options as possible by picking up a Forty Niner Trolling Kit which comes with spoons in all three metallic finishes and six different assortments of pre-cut prism stickers—all in a tough, Flambeau storage container. If one of the spoons gets hot, it’s easy to doctor one of the others in the kit to match it. Check out the kits at www.alsgoldfish.com—as well as other, painted Forty Niners and other All-American products including the original Goldfish spoon that’s been catching fish for almost 60 years.