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Acme's Wob-L-Rite Spoon

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A unique shape, thick body and compact size make the Acme Wob-L-Rite Fishing Lures a versatile, deadly effective fishing lure for everything from ultralight panfish and trout to bass, steelhead and salmon. Wob-L-Rite’s design helps it cast far even through the wind and run deep where big fish hide and feed.

The relatively short, wide body shape of this fishing lure also creates a large profile under water with a darting, side-to-side action that imitates baitfish on the run.

With sizes from 1/8-oz. to 1/2-oz. and a range of jewel quality plated or painted finishes, there is a Wob-L-Rite Fishing Lure to “match the hatch” in any lake, stream or river. Five models with hammered metallic finishes send reflected light bouncing in every direction, imitating baitfish scales for even greater fish attraction.

For panfish, trout, shad and smallmouth bass, fish the 1/8-oz. Wob-L-Rite on two- or four-pound test ultralight tackle. Less than an inch long, this compact fishing lure casts amazing distances with ultralight tackle, letting you reach distant rising fish or target river pockets far from shore.

The heavier 1/6-oz. model fishing lure has the same body size, so it casts even better with 4-pound test. Its faster sink rate makes it a good choice when fish are holding deeper. It’s also the ideal choice for ultralight fishing vertical jigging through the ice.

Acme’s 1/4-oz. Wob-L-Rite Fishing Lure should be fished with four- or six-pound test and can be used effectively in a number of ways. Because of its deep-running characteristics, it’s ideal when flat line trolling for suspended rainbows or brown trout. Because it casts far and sinks quickly, it’s the right choice when fishing for smallmouth or largemouth bass oriented on structure. You can drop it straight down, jig it a few times and retrieve it vertically through the fish or cast and retrieve parallel to rocky points and rip rap. If you see feeding or boiling fish, you can send this Wob-L-Rite flying to reach them.

The largest 1/2-ounce Wob-L-Rite Fishing Lure still maintains a compact body size, making it a bite-size meal for larger fish. Not only is it good when using heavier, eight- to 12-pound gear for bass and trout, it’s ideal when river fishing for steelhead and salmon. Retrieve it through calm pockets at the bottom of rapids where fish congregate on their way upriver. Let it sink into deep eddies or behind boulders where fish wait out of the current to feed or rest. With a 1/2-ounce Wob-L-Rite Fishing Lure you can reach anywhere and fish effectively from top to bottom.

To learn more about catching freshwater game fish with Acme’s legendary Wob-L-Rite spoon, or any of Acme’s leading line of metal spoons for fresh and saltwater fishing,

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