Mepps Musky Marabou Inline Spinnerbaits
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The Mepps® Musky Marabou features a top-quality, heavy-duty #7 Colorado blade and a rugged, easy-spin clevis. Solid brass components and a heavy-duty stainless steel shaft mean that every Musky Marabou is perfectly balanced and extremely durable. A heavy-duty split ring allows easy tail changes and eliminates the leverage that big fish can exert on straight-wire musky lures. All Musky Marabou tails are hand-tied with the highest grade of marabou feathers for outstanding durability and lifelike movement. Mepps’ time-tested tandem hook assembly incorporates heavy-duty, extra-sharp treble hooks. The tandem hook assembly features a heavy-duty 5/0 treble and 3/0 stinger treble. With its easy-spin, low-drag blade, the Musky Marabou can easily be cast all day long. Its drag-resistant, high-flow marabou tail gives the Mepps Musky Marabou more lift and lifelike movement. For maximum effectiveness, retrieve the Musky Marabou at a medium to high speed just under the surface, or burn it over the top of weeds. 1-1/4 oz.
- Heavy-duty stainless steel shaft
- Extra-strong, solid brass Colorado blade
- Mepps high-speed, free-spinning clevis
- Solid brass body
- Heavy-duty split ring
- Highest quality hand-tied marabou feathers
Mepps® Musky Marabou Inline Spinnerbaits
Firetiger is on fire!
I've caught a good dozen muskie on a Hot Firetiger style one of these. $15 is a bargain for the amount of fun I've received from this lure.
I was finally able to bend this lure when a 46" muskie became entangled with a submerged log. It took maybe 2-3 minutes worth of work to straighten it out and I was back to fishing.
Work it fast, work it slow, just keep it moving.
Recently ordered a couple other different color combos for these. Can't wait to try them.
May 6, 2012
I bought this lure for my first musky trip and i wasnt disappointed. For a fish of a thousand casts i caught my first musky off of this my third cast. The marabou pulses wonderfully with the rhythm of the blade
July 6, 2011
It worked great for me. I was fishing in the Lake Of the Woods in Canada. I caught a 47" Musky with it. Enough said.
September 2, 2010
It's alright at first, but once I used it for a while, I realized 2 problems. The first being that the whole lure spins under water, which could twist up your line after while. Another problem is that the marabou tail drips black dye when it is wet (All marabou bucktails do this) and the marabou fur stays wet for about a week.
August 14, 2010
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