Piker Kit - Dressed #5 Aglia Assortment

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Piker Kit - Dressed #5 Aglia Assortment

Mepps Piker Kit - Dressed #5 Aglia Assortment (B5ST) - silver blade-orange tail, silver blade-white tail, gold blade-red tail, gold blade-yellow tail, copper blade-black tail, silver blade-purple tail
500839
$54.45
 
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Piker Kit - Dressed #5 Aglia Assortment Details

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Description

It's a well know fact that big pike like dressed spinners and this kit offers six of our big #5 Aglias. These are the original French spinners pike fishermen around the world have grown to accept as their confidence lure. In fact, three generations of fishermen have considered the Mepps Aglia their confidence lure. Invented by French engineer Andre Muelnart in 1938, the Aglia quickly became the World's #1 Lure. No other lure has produced as many record fish as the Mepps Aglia. Dressed spinners present a large profile to attract larger fish. In addition, the heavy #5 French blades on these lures produce a flash and vibration no other lure can duplicate. You know when these lures are working because you can feel the thump all the up to your shoulders.

Mepps Aglias, like all Mepps spinners feature solid brass bodies and blades slipped onto a rigid stainless steel shaft. Silver blades are silver plated. Gold blades are polished brass. Painted blades and bodies feature durable vinyl finishes that resist chipping. Dressed Aglias feature natural squirrel tail or bucktail dressing. Mepps unsurpassed quality throughout.

NOTE: Due to ongoing research, lure components may differ slightly from those pictured or described.

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