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Scott
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« on: Nov 18, 2016, 12:01 PM »

Please welcome a new sponsor to MFF.  Acme Tackle

 

Acme Kastmaster – Best Finesse Spoon

Kastmaster’s balance produces wild action without line twist! Because of its aerodynamic design, it’s the master distance caster, and catches fish from pan-sized trout to bragging sized stripers – in fresh and salt water. The Kastmaster is precision machined. It will not break, bend or corrode and it retains its luster even after repeated exposure to salt water. Whether you’re casting for stream trout, or fan casting ocean flats for sea trout, this smaller-sized bait works perfectly for panfish, or even vertical-jigged while ice fishing. There aren’t many baits that can be
fished in so many ways for so many species of fish.

Acme Hyper-Glide – A glide bait that covers more water.

The NEW Acme Hyper-Glide bait features an injected plastic minnow body with wings that resemble real fish fins and open each time the bait falls. As the wings open, the bait glides as if it's swimming. Fish it vertically in open water and ice fishing. Shake it vertically and the wings open and close quickly. Cast it in open water to cover an extreme area as you bring it back to the boat. The Hyper-Glide searches and hunts fish on every cast! Use this bait to catch every species of fish that swims.

The Acme Hyper-Glide bait covers 40% more of the water column.
• Life-like gill action from wings opening and closing
• Wings open and close creating a loud noise against the body
• Glides through the water
• Unprecedented jigging action
• VDrop System allows for vertical drop to get back on fish quickly


Best Casting Spoons

Acme Tackle's Stee-Lee casting spoons are a favorite of stream and river anglers all over the Northwest. They say it the best casting spoon for steelhead when cast into moving water and allowed to wobble as they are drifted on a tight line near the bottom of the stream.


Great Spinning Lures

Acme Tackle's Phoebe lure is one of the greatest metal spinning lures ever made. The unique hydrodynamic curvature creates a three-dimensional illusion. Fished fast, slow, deep or shallow – this lure looks like a fat, full-bodied baitfish.


Best Spoon Lure

KamlooperRWG Casts like a bullet, travels for a country mile — the Acme Tackle Kamlooper is virtually unaffected by strong winds. The best of the spoon lures, it’s perfect for catching gamefish (which gobble 80% of their prey from the bottom or in deeper feeding zones).



Visit the Acme Tackle website

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UglyStik
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 18, 2016, 12:48 PM »

The Kastmaster is one of my favorite lures. Versatile. Thank you for sponsoring this site!
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fishnmachine
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« Reply #2 on: Nov 18, 2016, 04:19 PM »

I might have to try one of those Hyper-Glides. grin
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     One more with the one we're after and we'll have two.
The brook trout is the prom queen of the trout world, and a promiscuous prom queen at that!
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« Reply #3 on: Mar 15, 2017, 10:00 AM »

Here's a vote for Little Cleos

fish on,

rivereddy
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