Mepps® Aglia® Dressed Spinner
- Tied with bucktail or squirrel tail
- Red turkey quill accent
- A favorite "confidence" lure for three generations
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WIfish Confidence bait There's just something about the Aglia. It combines every single lure characteristic perfectly: Flash, action, color, vibration, and most important, confidence, all wrapped into one fast moving, versatile, fish finding spinner. Now it's obviously not the most weedless lure due to, well, being an inline spinner, but with practice and good use of the rod tips elevation and reel speed you will become a master at avoiding underwater snags. But I've even used one with 2 of the 3 trebles broken off and STILL landed a ton of river smallies, so there's always a silver lining. I have caught pike (Aglias are like crack the 'em!), largemouth, smallmouth, musky, crappie, bluegill, and rock bass on various sized Aglias. They will always be a mainstay with me on the water and the first lure i throw or recommend to a friend. The funny thing is that i've only used a limited variety of these too (brown and gold #5, #4, and a Chartreuce #1) and i have just gotten a few more options recommended to me locally (brown and gold #3, white and red #3, plus restocked my #5's). Can't wait to see what this season brings! Do yourself a favor and try out a few of these in a couple sizes and you won't be disappointed because they catch fish, are fun to use, and last for ages. Tightlines! April 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TedC Bad numbers These lures are marked with a 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 for the size. In the catalog (on line) the numbers shown are very difficult to use to determine the proper size. Only the smaller sizes are in the retail store, Why?? If you only had 1 lure to catch fish, this is the one to have. February 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sterno99 The best These are the best spinner baits. I have caught so many small mouth and large mouth bass with these. And I can't keep the northern pike off of them. February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Raiderman Great all around lure Love these lures! I was catching everything in the river; northern, smallmouth, walleye. I never would have believed it, but I even had a carp bite onto it. The twine that holds the tail hairs on is starting to fray, but I used the lure for several days and caught many sharp toothed fish...so would say it was pretty durable. September 27, 2012
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Details:What have you had best luck with
A:i live in wi and fish mainly clear to mostly clera water and have always used the gold blade brown dressing aglia. Its always worked for me on pike, largemouth, musky, smallies, and every panfish with the small sizes.
Ive also had good luck with the silver and white color too in rivers mostly.
A:Brown / gold #3 and 4 for bass 1 and 2 for pan fish 5 for Northern Pike and Muskie
A:#2-3 SILVER BLADE WITH BLACK & WHITE SKIRT, SQRL TAIL.
A:brown/gold solid (unpainted) gold blade.
#3. The bushier the tail the better IMO
A:Don't use any other color than white and silver. Trust me, I've been using it with great luck ever since i was 10 years old.
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A:Have caught a lot of pike with chartreuse tail and gold blade.
Details:which is better for bass?
which is better for trout?
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A:Trout do a size 1 or 2 and for bass a 4 would work pretty good.
A:never caught trout on one yet, but then again i've never caught a trout ever. they are not native to the lake i fish. I hear that trout will hit them. Fishermen i talk to always ask if i'm fishing for trout when they see what i'm throwing. I ALWAYS go for the solid gold blade. #3 brown/gold will slay white bass during the spawn. Largemouth love them too!