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ACME Tackle

ACME Tackle Phoebe

Item#: F12385

21 reviews
$3.29 - $4.29

Acme Phoebe lures are a versatile casting lure/spoon suitable for a wide variety of species. The unique curvature of the Phoebe produces a spinning/wobbling action that drives fish crazy. The profile of this lure paired with the stamped scale pattern and fins creates a 3-D illusion that looks like a plump full bodied baitfish. Phoebe spoons are for anything from trout and panfish … Read More

Acme Phoebe lures are a versatile casting lure/spoon suitable for a wide variety of species. The unique curvature of the Phoebe produces a spinning/wobbling action that drives fish crazy. The profile of this lure paired with the stamped scale pattern and fins creates a 3-D illusion that looks like a plump full bodied baitfish.

Phoebe spoons are for anything from trout and panfish to salmon and saltwater species. The 1/12 ounce and 1/8 ounce sizes are also deadly when vertically jigged ice fishing.


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ACME Tackle Phoebe Blue Silver Foil

Blue Silver Foil

$3.49

ACME Tackle Phoebe Brown Trout

Brown Trout

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ACME Tackle Phoebe Chartreuse Silver Foil

Chartreuse Silver Foil

$3.49

ACME Tackle Phoebe Copper

Copper

$3.29

ACME Tackle Phoebe Firetiger

Firetiger

$3.49

ACME Tackle Phoebe Gold

Gold

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ACME Tackle Phoebe Gold Neon Red

Gold Neon Red

$3.29

ACME Tackle Phoebe Metallic Perch

Metallic Perch

$3.29

ACME Tackle Phoebe Purple Silver Foil

Purple Silver Foil

$3.49

ACME Tackle Phoebe Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

$3.49

ACME Tackle Phoebe Silver

Silver

$3.29

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Silver Nickel Blue

$3.29

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Silver Nickel Green

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Reviews

21 Reviews
  • 3

    Great lure but....

    Posted by Tom on May 20, 2021

    Been fishing Phoebes for a long time and usually get action with them but when I noticed last year that many sizes of them are made in China, I stopped buying them in favor of US-made spoons like Eppi… Read More

    Been fishing Phoebes for a long time and usually get action with them but when I noticed last year that many sizes of them are made in China, I stopped buying them in favor of US-made spoons like Eppinger/Dardevle and Thomas, which also catch me a lot of fish (and are made in the USA).

  • 5

    Fast and good

    Posted by Sam on June 6, 2020

    Good came fast and as described. Would recommend

    Good came fast and as described. Would recommend

  • 5

    7 Brownies on a fast section of the Roaring Fork, CO.

    Posted by Bopper on June 12, 2019

    I unexpectedly stayed on the Roaring Fork River in Carbondale, CO for a week . the only gear I had with me was my executive 5 piece spinner/fly combo rod and a pair of sandals. The water was 41 and … Read More

    I unexpectedly stayed on the Roaring Fork River in Carbondale, CO for a week . the only gear I had with me was my executive 5 piece spinner/fly combo rod and a pair of sandals. The water was 41 and the OAT was 60, so standing in the water was not an option for me. The shoreline was rocky and lined with brush, so I figured I would try out the only lure that I had the I felt was heavy enough to sit a foot under the surface with the fast current. It worked great IMO. I landed 7 12-17" Brownies in about 7 hours of fishing over 3 days.

  • 5

    Killer lure

    Posted by Chief on June 12, 2019

    Time tested design, still my go to river and stream spoon.

    Time tested design, still my go to river and stream spoon.

  • 5

    treble hook came off

    Posted by gopher on June 12, 2019

    During a good run of perch (ice fishing) the treble hook came off the split ring. I was able to reattach after fishing but it probably cost me a few fish. I will try in a trout stream in May in the up… Read More

    During a good run of perch (ice fishing) the treble hook came off the split ring. I was able to reattach after fishing but it probably cost me a few fish. I will try in a trout stream in May in the upper penisular of MI.