Mepps bucktails and marabous were voted America's favorite musky bucktail by the readers of Musky Hunter magazine.
The Mepps Double Blade Musky Marabou features two top quality, heavy-duty #7 Colorado blades and a rugged easy-spin clevis. Solid brass components mean every Double Blade Musky Marabou is perfectly balanced and extremely durable.
Other features include a heavy-duty split ring for easy marabou tail change. The split ring also eliminates the leverage a big fish can exert on straight-wire musky lures.
All tails are hand-tied with the highest grade of marabou feathers for outstanding durability and lifelike movement. Mepps time-tested tandem hook assembly incorporates heavy-duty extra sharp treble hooks. The Double Blade Musky Marabou, with its easy-spin low-drag blades, can easily be cast all day long. In addition, its drag-resistant high-flow marabou tail gives the Mepps Double Blade Musky Marabou more lift and lifelike movement. Retrieve it at a medium to high speed, bulged just under the surface or burned over the top of weeds.
Fish Caught: MuskyIn my opinion Mepps are the greatest lures on the planet. So when my uncle took me out for my first time ever musky fishing, and pulled out a Mepps Musky Marabou for me to use, I felt very comfortable and had a lot of confidence using it. About an hour into fishing, I hooked up on my first musky! Landed him, it measured 46 inches and was over 20 pounds. I'll always remember that first musky and the Mepps I caught it on.
Fish Caught: Pike, NorthernBlack spinnerbaits with large blades have been catching pike on the Connecticut River so far this Fall. After multiple trips throwing a black spinnerbait with willowleaf blades with no luck, I made the switch to a black Double Blade Musky Marabou this past Sunday morning. This was my first time using this lure. Not more than 30 minutes into throwing it, I was hooked up with and boated a 37" pike weighing 14lb. My biggest pike so far, by far.
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