Diamond Willow Bead Spoons are the light weights of the Michigan hard beaded spoon family. They are still hand cut, formed and soldered one at a time from thin metal like they have for many years. They are about 1 1/4" long and really shine in shallow water applications because they fall slow and swim out to the side. This slow fall, wobble and flash, attract fish all the way down.
Bead spoons in general are fished much like a blade bait or other spoons by ripping them up and letting them fall on a semi-tight line.