A favorite "confidence" lure for three generations
All Mepps dressed Aglias are tied with either genuine bucktail or squirrel tail, and feature a natural bright red turkey quill for additional attraction. No artificial hair is used. Sizes #0 and #1 are perfect for trout, perch, and panfish. A #2 Aglia is ideal for large crappies, while Aglias in sizes #3 and #4 are irresistible to both large and smallmouth bass, slamon, and steelhead. Northern pike and musky are quick to nail a #5 Aglia. Mepps Aglia is the World's #1 Lure. More record fish have been caught on the Aglia than any other fishing lure in the world. The Agliea has been the "confidence lure" of three generations of fishermen.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassetboss Awesome
No tackle box should be without one. One of my favorite go to lures . Deadly on bass and pike.
March 10, 2014
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
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.
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!
depends on the water color. In stained with a dark rocky bottom I generally use a gold blade for trout fishing. When it comes to bass the same follows. Although I have had very good luck with black blades with either green or orange dots in overcast days. For some reason the black blades works especially good in early fall when vegetation is just starting to die. I think generally I have had better luck with gold blades. If the water is clear try silver with a white buck tail or silver blade with chartreuse buck tail. Good luck and hope this helps.