Mepps Musky Killer Spinners have caught more record musky and pike than any other spinner on the market today. Mepps Musky Killer Spinners were voted America's favorite musky bucktail by the readers of Musky Hunter magazine.
Sunny fall days provide calm afternoon water, which is an excellent time to fish a Mepps Musky Killer in the cabbage weeds. These areas are were large pike and muskies go to warm themselves. They also take advantage of the shadows to stalk their prey. Because of the similarity of weather conditions, this is also an excellent place to find muskys in the early summer. A slow presentation is needed, and the Musky Killer's blade, like the blade on all Mepps spinners, begins spinning at even the slowest retrieve. Fish shallow bays and large flats of weeds early in the season with a Mepps Musky Killer for sure success.
We stock the Mepps Musky Killer Spinners in the 3/4 oz. size in the five popular colors shown in the table below. The black, chartreuse and white colored tails on these lures feature bucktail construction while the brown and grey colored tails are squirrel. Musky Killer's feature extra heavy, 5/0 treble hooks.