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Author Topic: Why use a Mepps Plain Aglia?  (Read 766 times)

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Why use a Mepps Plain Aglia?
« on: April 07, 2007, 06:32:21 AM »

I'll tell you why. Being a Mepps Expert one of less than 300 World Wide I think makes me qualified to answer.

It's the worlds # 1 lure just to start with. It simply catch's all fish.This lure sails when you cast it keeping it in the strike zone alot longer than other lures. It's a search lure. The patent French blade gives off a sonic sound I have never heard before, this calls fish like a mega-phone. Drives them into a feeding frenzy. The ultra sharp treble hook I'll tell you loses few fish. This majic lure puts numbers in the boat. I use mostly #2's and 3's. Because I like using 4lb. FireLine. I would quit fishing if I could not have my FireLine but that's me. Smallies love the Mepps. The lure is durable and lasts a long time. Made of only quality parts. I use mostly the Rainbow,Silver,and Copper colors. Silver being the go to color. I tie them direct always. If your pike fishing and they love them use a short steel leader. I catch alot of pike though tied direct but they will cut your line. So believe me give them a try and you will also be a believer. Don't just buy one. You'll be back in no time stocking up fast. The # 5 Aglia's catch big fish. You need @least 8lb. FireLine for that big boy. Or @ least 10lb. mono. I've caught thousands of fish on Mepps and have about 150 of them. I find to buy alot early in the year as just me talking about them makes people buy them and then I can't find them..lol

This is truely a majic lure and it does catch all fish. They come in so many sizes and colors. Like I said I just use the ones I mentioned mostly and smash fish. I'll use the Aglia 90% of the time I'll fish in April May and June and believe me when I say I never come home skunked.   Thank me later.

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Re: Why use a Mepps Plain Aglia?
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2007, 09:21:00 AM »

I love mepps as much as i love worden's rooster tails..they both catch fish.
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