Mepps Syclops Spoon
Mepps Syclops Spoons help fishermen around the world limit out every year. Whether you fish for pike, salmon, trout, walleyes, or panfish, there's a Syclops just right for you. No other spoon is as versatile as the Mepps Syclops. It casts easily and can be trolled at almost any speed. It can also be vertically jigged making it ideal for ice fishing or deep water vertical jigging.
Use size 00 Mepps Syclops for panfish or stream trout. A size 0 or 1 Syclops is perfect for smallmouth bass and walleye. Try both sizes 1 and 2 Syclops Spoons for largemouth bass, or sizes 2 and 3 Syclops Spoons for coho or Atlantic salmon. The size 3 Syclops Spoon is also perfect for trophy northern pike and tackle bustin' king salmon.
- Qty. per pack: 1
Mepps Syclops Spoons are made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
Still the best~
I bought this as a back up to my old reliable 1/6 ounce Syclops in the same color. I worried the new 1/8 ounce spoon would behave differently and not cast as far. I use it with 4lb XL Trilene on an ultralight 6' spinning rig. Catches everything in the pond. I removed the treble hook and swapped in a #8 salmon egg hook with the barb filed off. Easier on the releases and slightly more challenging on the catch. I'm relieved to have the back up and recommend it to any and all going forward. A must have lure for warm water fisheries!
Favorite Go To Lure
Sixty five years of fishing and a house-full of rods, lures and flies. I use one lure on the pond out back: an old 1 1/2" Hot Chartreuse marked '1/6' of an ounce. Hope the new 1 1/2" '1/8' ounce work as well. Can't imagine losing my old trusty go to Syclops. Works for everything in this warm water fishery.
Good weight/design for ultralight spinning for trout
Just bought a gold and a silver of these (lightest weight) and I'm eager to give them a try. Good weight and design...ought to work really well (and made in the USA)
Seriously though......Outstanding lure
There I was in an old rowboat. Just me, my pole, and a can of cheap beer on a quiet and muddy pond, 2 weeks from anywhere. I selected my Firetiger Syclopse spoon for the ol' bait caster and let her rip. Ziiiiiiing! As It splashed down, I began the retrieval, then WHAM! The notorious saw-tooth pickie slammed that colorful piece of metal with the force of what felt like an angry megalodon out for vengeance. With the hook set and the drag where it should be, the battle began. Pulling in that pickie seemed like an eternity. Sweat rolling down my brow and adrenaline coursing through my veins, I reeled and fought that vicious creature until it was in the boat. Both the pickie and I were worn from the fierce exchange of tugs and thrashing that occurred. After the pickie was free of the hook, I slipped him back into that dark weedy water with the utmost respect for such a fierce finned warrior. I then wiped the sweat off my brow, sipped on my beer and sent my Syclopse out for another round.
Great spoons for trout fishing and my fever color is Brown trout.