Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 84
Rated 5 out of 5 by michailiuk911 best lure
works for just about every predatory fish snake head gar bass king fish snook reds and drums i love mepps its just the best lure company period
October 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NBORES44 Great Lure
These lures are excellent, never fail, and very reliable. I use #2 - #4 red white white year round. I have even brought in a 42 inch pike on a #2. Give it a try.
July 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by pikemasterjt good, but
it is a good overall bait for pike and bass, but is sometimes a bit on the small side.
June 23, 2013
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.
April 12, 2013