Acme Little Cleo

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Acme Little Cleo Hammered Spoon

Acme Little Cleo Spoons are very versatile, taking various species of gamefish around the world. Acme Little Cleo Spoons are available in a wide variety of sizes and colors suitable for use on a variety of gamefish, ranging from trout and panfish to stripers, pike, and muskie.

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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Warren Larkin
Nice Lures

Caught over a dozen Large and Smallmouth Bass on this Jig ranging from 1.6bs to 6lbs. Used a Rage tail trailer, fishing through grass/ weeds in a fairly clear Lake. Hung up a bit in the thicker stuff. The only drawback was that the rattles dislodged and I lost them both on one strike. Didn't land the fish either. Spit the hook at the edge of the boat. (My fault due to vertical hook angle). The rubber that holds the rattles stretches and they tore out. The fish weren't hitting it the same after they were gone. Doesn't look like they sell replacement rattles.

Greg Wojcik
Cant wait to use my lures

Very great jig fits most trailers very well with plenty of room to hook the fish. I caught a bass within 4 casts so I have no reason to not like it.

CT Tsai
Thank You

I love these jigs. Simply put- each model performs exactly how it's supposed to. I have multiple booyah jigs and certainly will have more in the future. In my opinion these have the good bait keeper too (enlarged at base of hook as opposed to the stupid little wire hook one like on the terminator jigs..just a personal preference)

dave kennedy
Good Service

I ordered the green pumpkin color in 3/8 for $2.79, at this price they were definitely a good value. The jig seems of good quality, after 4 or 6 fish and 40 or so casts it held up entirely. The rattle is a feature I didn't know existed on jigs and it seemed to perform well compared to my other jigs/colors. My only complaint is the glitter appears to come off the skirt, not terribly but enough to mention.

Cmon Spring

I was excited to try this jig out. I have always shied away from jigs for fear of losing them. I have been fishing plastic worms weedless. I watched my fishing buddy pull in some pretty large fish while I was catching the small stuff. He was fishing a jig. I bought a couple, watched a few videos on how to fish them. Mine finally arrived and I took them fishing the next day. Second cast.... caught a real nice Largemouth Bass.

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