Black blades with bright dots of the Mepps® Black Fury® Spinnerbaits catch a fish's eye without spooking it with too much flash. Great for clear water, overcast days, and night fishing as well as lakes and rivers with heavy fishing pressure. Blade rotates close to the body for mid-depth retrieves. Razor sharp, gold-plated treble hooks--fully dressed.
Great for clear water, overcast days and night fishing
Bass and pickerel love these lures. Great action while trolling or casting. The yellow Black Fury #3 looks like a large bumble bee in the water, a nice fat treat for bass! Sharp treble hooks and the lure is built to last. I always have a few in my box and will switch to them when the spinner baits are not producing.
May 21, 2012
Mepps #2 BlackFury
I was skeptical that this would catch fish at first. I used the mepps #2 undressed black fury fishing west canada creek from a kyack for trout and boy did it produce! I would definitely recommend this spinner to anyone.
March 29, 2012
One of the BEST spinners EVER
The Black Fury line has to be one of the best spinners I've ever used. Tho most of mepps lures have a high catch rate something about the black fury is exceedingly brilliant.
I've never had any other one lure attract everything from 4inch baby panfish to 2-3lb bass. The same lure on the same day, actually I didnt tie anything else on the whole day on the water. It must just be an all around fish magnet.
This lure is subtle in its movements and colors while still being outstanding enough to attract fish. Someone hit the jackpot with this design. Well done Mepps! 5 stars!
September 15, 2011
Mepps Black Fury
The Mepps Black Fury, in any of it's sizes or color patterns, rates at the top of my "Lure List" for anything from perch to Bass and Walleye, and I always keep an assorted handful on hand.. Over the years it has become my #1 "Go To" lure... I've often found fish would hit the Black Fury when they were passing up just about everything else...... "If they won't hit a Black Fury, they just ain't hitting."
July 15, 2011
I dont catch much bass with these. Only small smallmouth. Stocked trout are dumb and they love to attack bright colors (bright green or yellow is the best, pink is okay but not that good). Wild trout or steelhead fishing I would go with the black with yellow spots (the darker colors).
Walleye absolutely love the all black with yellow spots in 1/8 ounce size. Try something heavier if you want to get down where the big ones are.
The larger bass (I would say .75 pound and above) typically don't waste their time with small fast moving baits like these. They don't swim as well as trout or Walleye and will choose to conserve their energy for something larger or slower moving. If you want to catch bass on quick retrieve find something bigger (e.g. crankbaits or spinnerbait jigs)
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