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Guess the Lure

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Nope, not Yo-Zuri (although its funny that you say that because they were one of the first Japanese lure makers to be successful in the US, but now seem overshadowed by their even flashier competition)

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Nope, not Yo-Zuri (although its funny that you say that because they were one of the first Japanese lure makers to be successful in the US, but now seem overshadowed by their even flashier competition)

sry , I don't know anything about the US lure market :o

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No...isn't the duel minnow a Yo-Zuri? Okay, one more guess and then I will add more pictures with different color schemes that may help

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No, not Lucky Craft. So here's a synopsis; It's not Lucky Craft, Yo-Zuri, Jackall, and I will also add that it is not Megabass.

Another hint is the company calls their finish process "Over Range Color". Here are some more pictures with different finishes that may help.

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Luhr Jensen was a German immigrant to US. So, my final attempt is Jensen wobbler.

I have found two pictures, other than yours, but cannot find anything else.

http://www.tradera.com/JENSEN_WOBBLER_TROLIGEN_OFISKAD_se_bild-auktion-48844759#pic

http://fiskesnack.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=8680&d=1191846035

Above are the links. I'm googled out now, so over to the rest of you. Good one Swede.

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