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2009 - August Testimonials

Cliff Furman – Schumaker, Salisbury, Maryland

Lure: Black Fury

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth - Bluegill (Bream, Brim) - Catfish, Blue - Pickerel

One Saturday morning my brother went out on the boat fishing with his bud. He sent me a picture a couple of hours later of a 2 and 1/2 foot pickerel his friend caught. I was stunned and was asking him what he was using. He said he was using a Mepps spinner size 3 Black Fury. My brother bought some of his own and let me try one. Within 2 casts I had landed a largemouth and another shortly after. I was sold, being as I've never had much success on lures at all before. We've caught tons of fish ever since and I doubt I'll put anything else on the line! Thanks Mepps!

Jonathan N – Tuscarawras River, Akron

Lure: Black Fury

Fish Caught: Bass, Rock

I went fishing late (around 6:30) nobody was catching anything. then I brought along my only lure. After a couple minutes of searching for a good spot, I casted out and this 1lb average rock (warmouth) bass was caught. Good for every thing!!

Matt Furman – Schumaker Pond Salisbury, Maryland

Lure: Black Fury

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth - Crappie (Black) - Pickerel

I just started using the Mepps Black Fury about a month ago and was really skeptical about spinners in general. Well after 5 hours on a boat with my friend, we caught roughly 30 pickerel and several 2-3 lb largemouth. My friend also caught a 5 lb pickerel about 28" in length. If you cast the Black Fury and reel it as soon as it hits the water it drives fish nuts, even if they are on the bottom hiding. I usually use a number 3 with yellow dots and tail but have also found good luck on the chartreuse and white colors. If the fish aren't biting anything else, give a Mepps Black Fury a try.

Tunku Sufrizal – Temenggor Lake Malaysia

Lure: Timber Doodle

The Timber Doodle is the perfect lure lure for fishing shallow waters with heavy weedy cover for native Malaysian striped snakehead (Channa Striatus).

The Timber Doodle I used now are treasured lures brought back from the US circa 1994 and I wish Mepps are easily found in Malaysian tackle scene.

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