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Big fish want big baits, and the Mepps® Magnum Musky Killer® is about as big as they come--a full 143% bigger than a standard Mepps Musky Killer! The Magnum Musky Killer is outfitted with all the features musky and trophy pike fishermen look for in a big lure such as the heavy #7 solid brass blade for maximum thump and flash, easy-change bucktail, premium VMC heavy-duty #5/0 Cone Cut treble hook. 1-1/4 oz.
What a great muskie lure, casts easy, runs about 5 or 6 feet below the surface, the blade laways spins, and it catches fish!!
September 2, 2010
this is one of the finest big game lures you can purchase. durable and best of all, it works!!
June 13, 2010
I love this spinner, another great Mepps lure. I like the hot orange/black color but they're all good colors. The blade spins no matter how fast or slow you retrieve. Don't worry about small fish, they can't get this lure in their mouth. So any fish you catch will be big.
November 16, 2009
Mepps are amazing
I used this up in michigan this past summer for pike and musky in the detroit river and in lake St. Clair. this also works in small lakes in the late hours of the day. Is great for trolling or casting. The blade spinds no matter how slow it is retrieved. This also works for pickerel down south.
July 11, 2009
i fish muskie mainly in the colder months, october to january in my area.(Ontario, Canada) this lure looks like a great warm water lure but was i wondering if anyone has used it to any success in cold water and how to work it in these conditions.
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