Jarvis Walker Tec Tackle Spoon Sinkers
Anglers who fish heavy reef often prefer spoon sinkers. They have a large, convex-shape-back and when you retrieve them they tend to swim around and bounce off rock, reef and other structure, avoiding snags better than other sinker styles. Spoon sinkers don't work as well in strong current as some other sinker shapes, but they bury easily in sand if anchoring the bait is desired. They also suit anglers who prefer a slower sink rate, as they tend to swim down rather than dive straight like a snapper sinker does.