AOK Tackle P-Nut Bunker Spoons

AOK Tackle P-Nut Bunker Spoons

Machined from solid brass, AOK Tackle P-Nut Bunker Spoons offer superior casting and great action throughout the water column.

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DescriptionLure Body DimensionsFinishPrice
PB-40 P-Nut Bunker Spoon
(2 oz. slab type spoon)
2 3/8''L x 7/8''W x 5/16'' ThickClassic Chrome$8.49 USD
PB-40 P-Nut Bunker Spoon
(2 oz. slab type spoon)
2 3/8''L x 7/8''W x 5/16'' ThickStealth Black$8.49 USD
AOK Tackle P-Nut Bunker Spoons are machined from solid brass and offer superior casting and great action throughout the water column. These spoons imitate many of the fuller bodied bait fish such as peanut bunker and butterfish. From the Striper Coast and beyond, these metals are a proven winner for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, fluke, red drum, spanish mackerel, bonito, false albies, tuna and more.

AOK Tackle P-Nut Bunker Spoons are available in Classic Chrome and Black Nickel finishes. Key features include Rosco Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Split Rings and Mustad SW Superior Point O'Shaughnessy 5/0 Hooks.
4.5 Stars based on 19 reviews
By Brian
Tall timbers, MD
Love the compact weight
April 19, 2021
Definitely gets under the breakers
ProsGets down fast
By Michael
Morganville, NJ
AOK p-nut bunker
June 24, 2019
great action, casts a mile. swims at a fast or slow retrieve without spinning. Works equally well in light or heavy surf.
Prosaction castability
By Stephen
Holmdel, NJ
Favorite Tin
June 12, 2019
Great when peanut bunker are around.Castability and action are awesome
ProsGreat hardware and all around quality
By Felice C.
great P NUT
June 1, 2018
Great TIN for when P NUT bunker arrive
Prosgreat action great profile durable casts well
Long Island, NY
Great Caster
April 6, 2018
Lures casts extremely well. Works well when Peanuts are around and the fish are out far and windy days. Good quality finish and hardware.
By Nick D.
Boston, MA
My Go-To Tin
December 29, 2016
I often find myself 15 yards out of casting range when a blitz erupts on a school of peanuts or small pogies. This lure not only gets there, but perfectly matches the hatch
Prostop notch hardware and a rock hard finish
Consnone so far
By Bob
Phoenixville, PA
Nice spoon
August 15, 2016
These things are very well made.
By Rob
Paterson NJ
Great casting movement
June 25, 2016
I purchased the chrome and black versions and they are both excellent. Casting from the surf is especially good and their movement in the water is smooth and natural looking. They are easy to attach and remove as well. I even used in fresh and water, it attracts fish quickly.
ProsVersatile product, it can be used in all types of fishing from the surf or a boat.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Nice Rockfish Spoon
December 3, 2015
I always add at least one of these in my spread for fall trolling with other spoons. These always produce. Great action and durability.
ProsFeather hook.
By cristian
Lake worth, FL
May 3, 2015
first cast with this lure i hooked a nice fish but it broke me off very upset but cant land everything
By Alex
California, MD
Kayak Trolling Lure
April 26, 2015
Very productive on Stripers and Bluefish. I have caught some cows on it!
By Dan F.
Great caster
April 1, 2015
This lure casts a mile. I would recommend.
By mario
Got T-Hex?
January 25, 2015
Been hearing a lot about T-Hex on the Fishing pages, cant wait to get these in the water
By Jesse
Pine Brook, NJ
P-Nut Bunker
October 21, 2014
Tough fish catching lure with a nice wiggle. Can be worked in different parts of the water column. Cast beautifully.
ProsCatches fish Casting distance
ConsNot exactly free
By Thomas
Philadelphia PA
great quality
May 15, 2014
I havent landed a fish with this lure yet but it looks great in the water. the quality seems unmatched. I feel that the brass construction will hold up better than lead, and im glad its not toxic to me.
ProsBrass. Sturdy.
ConsLittle pricey for what it is.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Joel Healy
from ENGLEWOOD, FL asked:
November 10, 2017
What is the weight of the spoon?
1 Answer
Hello Joel, these spoons weigh in at 2 oz's
Submitted by: Bernie on November 10, 2017


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