Las Vegas, Nev.—Acme Tackle Company's Kamlooper Spoon is designed for "deep thinkers" - freshwater fishermen who target trophy trout, bass, steelhead or salmon in the cool, dark waters where they live and hunt. This is achieved through a unique body shape and high weight-to-profile ratio that gets the Acme Kamlooper down quickly into deep river pools, stream pockets and lake ledges. And whether the Acme Kamlooper is fished on the retrieve or trolled, it tracks deep through the water column with a frantic swimming action to draw savage strikes from freshwater predators.
offers its Kamlooper Spoon in four sizes to cover a wide range of spinfishing and trolling situations. The tiny 1/8-ounce. Acme Kamlooper is perfect for trout or panfish in small streams, ponds or heavily pressured lakes where a little extra "finesse" is necessary. The slightly larger 3/16-ounce Kamlooper is ideal for times when longer casts are required or when targeting fish holding deeper along ledges or in swifter current. A 3/8-ounce Acme Kamlooper is ideal for targeting steelhead and salmon in rivers, trolling deep for mackinaw, or even jigging vertically for bass. When deep-feeding trophy brown trout, pike and muskie are on the menu, it's time to tie on Acme's largest ¾-ounce Kamlooper.
Acme offers the Kamlooper in a range of quality finishes that combine brilliant metallic flash with baked-on enamel patterns that imitate a variety of forage and catch fish in a range of water conditions.
The action of Acme's Kamlooper is tailor made for a stop-and-go fishing style. Halt the retrieve and the spoon flutters enticingly towards the bottom, imitating a wounded baitfish. Jig it vertically over structure or near a school of suspended baitfish to take advantage of Kamlooper's quick sinking style and enticing action on the fall.
However you fish the Acme Kamlooper, you can be assured it will perform for many seasons, thanks to premium quality components like stainless steel split rings and sharp, heavy-duty treble hooks.