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Found 8 results

  1. Uncle Jay

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    This is a lure I made for trolling for Pike or Muskie.
  2. Uncle Jay

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    a salt water plug or jerk bait in classic red and white pattern. I made this one for a guy I work with for his fishing trip on Cape Cod Ma.
  3. Uncle Jay

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    This is one of my 7 inch wire through salt water baits.
  4. Uncle Jay

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    top water bass lure. I fish this one like any popper or plug. I have caught a few smaller Bass, no monsters though.
  5. Uncle Jay

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    a top water bass bait in yellow perch
  6. Uncle Jay

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    This is the Sunburst combo. These colors are not very popular here in central Ma. How about where you live?
  7. Uncle Jay

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    another one of my combo sets. This one is in black and white. This shad is also a rattle shad and this minnow is a skinny body minnow.
  8. Uncle Jay

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    this is one of my rattle shad-minnow combo that I make. I put a glass rattle in the belly of the shad horizontally. Both have a med. diving lip. This seems to be a good color here in central Ma. this year.