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ACME’S Fishing Tackle’s K.O. WOBBLER – Knocks Out Freshwater Fish

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Experienced lure fishermen know that the best way to K.O. a trophy trout, walleye, bass, steelhead or salmon is to tie on your most valuable piece of fishing tackle a K.O. Wobbler fishing lure from Acme Fishing Tackle Company. This fishing lure’s unique combination of action, flash and sonic vibrations has been fooling big fish in fresh water for decades. Its wide-bodied shape, hydrodynamic properties and variety of premium finishes — all complimented by a sonic flipper tail — make K.O. Wobbler a very versatile Fishing lure. This means there’s always a new way to “spoon feed” fish a piece of your favorite fishing tackle the K.O. Wobbler from Acme Fishing Tackle.

When trout and other game fish are finicky — like when they follow fishing lures but won’t strike — a smaller, slower target will often do the trick. With a body about an inch long (the size of a plastic “mini-jig”), Acme’s 1/8-ounce K.O. Wobbler is great for times when trout want a tiny target. Yet unlike “min-jigs,” this piece of fishing tackle can be cast long distances and fished in moving rivers and streams. Its wide profile lets you retrieve or troll it at slow crawl — ideal for drawing strikes from wary, less Aggressive fish. The 1/8-ounce K.O. Wobbler fishing lure is also an ideal fishing lure for vertically jigging through the ice for trout, perch, or walleye or just about any freshwater game fish you can throw a lure at.

Acme’s 1/4-ounce and 1/2-ounce K.O. Wobblers fishing lures are ideal for spin fishing when extra casting distance is needed or for getting deeper on the troll. These lure sizes are ideal for popular freshwater game fish like larger trout, bass, walleye, pickerel, pike, steelhead and landlocked salmon. Not only does K.O. Wobbler keep its enticing action at slow speeds, It also sinks more slowly through the water column than narrow-bodied spoons. This makes it perfect for targeting suspended fish and makes it one of the most valuable parts of your fishing tackle arsenal.

Fishing Tips:— try counting down to different depths before beginning each retrieve. K.O. Wobbler’s sonic flipper tail — attached on the trailing stainless steel split ring — not only creates a more enticing target, it sends fish-calling vibrations through the water, which makes K.O. Wobbler a powerful piece of your fishing tackle when fishing cloudy or stained water.

This fishing lure weighs in at ¾ ounces and is about two inches long. Acme Fishing Tackle’s largest K.O. Wobbler is at its best when heavy spin fishing or deep trolling for lake trout. Because of its wide and short body type the fishing spoon has a full-bodied profile as it trolls through the water imitating a real mouthful of food for predatory game fish. These fish are drawn in from a distance by site, but the strike-triggering sonic vibrations steal the deal.

Fishing Tips:- The K.O, Wobbler is available in several different colors so try all of them on your next fishing trip to establish which one the fish are hitting the most on before settling on one over another.

To learn more about their line of fishing tackle visit Acme Fishing Tackle’s website at

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