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ACME
Little Cleo Spoons (1/3 oz)

For over 50 years ACME Little Cleo Spoons have been taking catches of gamefish throughout North America. The unique hump-backed shape of the Little Cleo results in a seductive, wiggling action as the lure is drawn through the water. The illusion created is one of a baitfish, acting in an erratic, confused manner. This triggers the predatory nature of the gamefish to strike. This appeal to fish explains Little Cleo's fantastic success as the one lure that takes all gamefish.

These are size C-100 (1/3 oz.) - which are 1 3/4 inches in length, used for light to medium spinning, spincasting or trolling with 4-8 pound test line.

We offer ACME Little Cleo Spoons (1/3 oz.) in the colors shown below.

Fire Tiger
Fire Tiger
Glo Blue
Glo Blue
Glo Green
Glo Green
Glo Fluorescent
Glo Fluorescent
Hammered Neon Blue
Hammered Neon Blue
Hammered Neon Green
Hammered Neon Green
Mello Yello
Mello Yello
Nickel/Chartreuse Stripe
Nickel/Chartreuse Stripe
Nickel/Neon Blue
Nickel/Neon Blue
Nickel/Neon Green
Nickel/Neon Green
Nickel/Orange Stripe
Nickel/Orange Stripe
Rainbow Trout
Rainbow Trout
Tiger Yello
Tiger Yello
Watermelon
Watermelon

 

Specifications
Specifications
Weight (oz.)Length (in.)
1/31 3/4
Reviews
1/3 oz cleo
Verified
Buyer
Niagara county
About Me:
none
Great lure!I cought alot of lakers in the niagara river on this one.I like the neon green smooth and hammered!
Pros: Casting ability
Cons: none
Best Uses: larger fish
The perfect lure...
Verified
Buyer
Red Bluff, CA
About Me:
none
I've been an avid Cleo and Kastmaster user for awhile. Both of which have the best action and casting ability. It's currently salmon season here at the Sacramento and Trinity Rivers. When I drift fish with roe and get a snag and lose my setup, I'll switch over to lure fishing for just a bit hoping to catch maybe a nice trout. Today I caught my first King Salmon when I least expected it here in the Trinity River. Since the salmon aren't feeding at the moment, I thought I had a nice trout on the line. Instead, it was a 8lb. 10oz. Chinook that went after my 1/3oz. hammered green and chrome Cleo. It was a pleasant surprise and justified my reasoning as to why this is one of the best lures ever.
Pros: Action, Salmon, Trout, durability, Casting ability
Cons: none
Best Uses: Trout, River, Salmon, Lake, Bass
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