Pro King spoons in both the regular and magnum sizes work well for us. Two patterns that are usually top producers have purple or green in them. Purple/black with glow ladderback, green/black with glow ladderback and green/silver flash regularly put fish in the boat. The "Kevorkian" pattern (google it) also works well.
Other spoons that have their place are blue/silver Northport Nailers, Monkey Puke, and the Dolphin which has a few variations. Again, google these and you'll see the color patterns. There are always new patterns that come out every year that have some sort of nickname. I'm sure they work but many are developed to catch the fisherman as much as the fish. If I could only run one single spoon off of the boat, it would be the first pattern I mention above, the purple/black glow ladderback.
As far as dodgers and flashers, there are so many on the market now. We've just stuck with the plain old Luhr Jensen Dodgers in the "0" size which are about 8" in length. Since the lake has become so clear, we find that the duller finishes produce more fish. The polished bright ones put off too much of a flash and we think that they scare the fish more once the sun comes up. They make one that is sort of a silver/pewter color and is in a satin or almost tarnished finish. This gives off more of a glow than a flash. Pair those with a tinsel fly in blue, green, glow or purple with a leader no more than twice the length of the flasher and you're good to go. It took me a while to lessen the length of my leaders but the salmon like the action of those flies when they're getting whipped around by the dodger. We usually run our dodger/fly set ups off of our dipseys and angle them away from the boat. They out-produce the riggers when the fish aren't way down deep.
This is just what works for us. Good luck and good fishing.