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Mepps Black Fury spinners 2g, 3.5g, 4.5g

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Mepps Black Fury spinners 2g, 3.5g, 4.5g

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Mepps spinners have been productive for long time, and they are still catching well. Black Fury spinners have black blades with colored dots, imitating bugs. It spins with very strong vibration, much stronger than its rival Blue Fox Vibrax spinners, to catch better for trout in rivers. They spins well at relatively slow speeds, and this is the spinner to cast up-stream directions. You may cast them to very shallow waters, where you don't think fish habits, but Black Fury will surely hook fish from such waters. #0 2.5g (1/12oz), #1 3.5g (1/8oz), #2 4.5g (1/6oz), #3 7g (1/4oz)


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Availability: In stock

Red Black Fury #0 2g 1/12oz

Photo Color Price Qty
Red Black Fury, Copper blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Gold blade
$4.00

Silver blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Silver blade
$4.00

Black blade
$4.00

Out of stock

Red Black Fury, Black blade
$4.00

Out of stock

Copper blade
$4.00

Black Fury #1 3.5g 1/8oz

Photo Color Price Qty
Red Black Fury, Gold blade
$4.00

Black blade
$4.00

Copper blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Copper blade
$4.00

Out of stock

Gold blade, Yellow dots
$4.00

Silver blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Silver blade
$4.00

Black Fury #2 4.5g 1/6oz

Photo Color Price Qty
Red Black Fury, Silver blade
$4.00

Copper blade
$4.00

Silver blade
$4.00

Black blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Gold blade
$4.00

Out of stock

Red Black Fury, Black blade
$4.00

Out of stock

Black Fury #3 7g 1/6oz

Photo Color Price Qty
Gold blade
$4.00

Silver blade
$4.00

Red Black Fury, Gold blade
$4.00


Jun's comment: I have been using Mepps Aglia 3.5g, and have been satisfied with its performance in all small streams in Boulder Colorado, Wissahickon Philadelphia, Fresno and Sierra California, Tokachi and Siretoko in Hokkaido Japan. I change hooks to sharper #10 trebles like Vanfook DT-48F for better hooking.