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Mepps Ultralight Fishing Spinners Review

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Mepps Spinners for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $3. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use blade sizes 00, 0, 1, and 2.

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Product Specifications

Mepps has a wider variety of inline spinners than most other lure manufacturers.  From their Aglia line and it’s variations, to their Ultra Lites series of spinners, your choices are almost endless in terms of what you can use on each particular day you head out onto the water.

Mepps Aglia Ultra Lites line of spinners includes the Wooly Worm, Long, Fury, and Comet Mino series lures.  The classic Aglia Ultra Lite Dressed Treble features soft hair on the end of the treble hook to give the lure slightly more action in the water, while the Plain Treble is void of any trailer fur or feathers for when you need a smaller profile in the water.  Likewise, both of the Aglia Ultra Lite models are available in single hooks as well, with different models featuring hooks with fur and feather trailers and models with plain single hooks.

The Mepps Aglia Ultra Lite Wooly Worm takes on the distinct character of one of the all-time best fly fishing flies, the Wooly Bugger and couples it with the proven fish-catching ability of Mepps’ line of inline spinners.

Colors Available

Both models of the Classic Aglia Ultra Lites, treble and single hooks, come in different blade colors ranging from silver, to gold, and copper.  The Wooly Worm spinners are available with 3 different blade colors, and a Black, Black/Orange, Brown, Green, White, or Yellow body.

How To Work Mepps Spinners

As with other inline spinners you want to cast out the Mepps into areas where you believe fish are waiting, or into the flow.  Once the lure is at the depth you believe the fish to be at that day you will want to start reeling it back to you.  If you don’t get bit at first, vary the speed of your retrieve until the fish tell you how fast or slow they want it to be moving.

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