|02-27-2021 07:21 AM|
I dont know what it was named but I had it about 30 years ago and it wasn't new then. It was light green maybe chartreuse with dark green upside down triangles kind of a perch like pattern. It was banana shaped with kind of a round or bullhead shaped head .
There were several times I had my 6 eyes in under 10 casts.
If have one and would be willing to part with it I would be interested.
|02-26-2021 12:52 PM|
|Homegrown1||Mud Bug - Any Darting R crankbait|
|02-25-2021 08:56 PM|
I mean, who wants to live in a world where they don't even make Lazy Ikes anymore? I remember my brother and I finding one down by the canoe racks at Scout camp, left by whatever troop was there the week before. What a find! A REAL gamefish lure, not like our 30 cent gold Marathon spoons...although we caught a lot of fish on those spoons.
|02-25-2021 04:38 PM|
|MikeG1||Phelps Floaters.....a floating jig head that had a short molded bill on the front. It would wobble when drifting. It was a killer when used with a 1/4 worm.|
|02-23-2021 08:12 AM|
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|02-22-2021 10:52 PM|
Bass Pro Shops Tenderheads, best crappie bait ever
|02-22-2021 04:06 PM|
|RichA$1970||Hard to find as I picked one up in Ear Falls a couple years ago and maybe they still make them, but Cotton Cordell Walleye Stingers have always produced for me.|
|02-22-2021 03:34 PM|
|02-22-2021 03:01 PM|
|TomP.||The Miller Wobbler for a while one guy was making them out of his garage calling them the Mighty Wobbler with a piece of frog pork rind trimmed and put on it was a fish killer of all species.|
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