jrhopkins

swimming Iguana

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Had a guy who fishes Mexico ask for a juvenile Iguana, he said the bass there eat them up. this floats with the head above the water and the body submerged at about a 5 degree down angle. the swimming action is mostly in the back half of the bait. the hard body is 7", the tail is a 5" Zoom trick worm with a little magic marker detailing held on with a 3/0 wide gap keeper hook. the back spines ( hard to see in the photo) are paint brush bristles.

looks pretty cool in the water, makes one heck of a wake! i might have to keep this one and try it out on a few clear lakes we have up here and make him another one:):yes:

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That is very innovative John! Another outstanding creation from the master.

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never thought I'd see the day of an igauna wake bait complete with a t-rigged tail! :worship: you'd better make a few more of them for your customer that thing is gonna get smashed on!

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