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Juice780

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hey guys a buddy of mine brought me this crankbait to try and copy. He said he has won alot of tournaments off of it and he found while fishing 4 years ago. it says bagley on it and has the same craw paint job bagley uses but i cant find where bagley ever mad a flat sided bait that looked like this. it has a circuit board bill in it which looks to me like its not original to the bait. If anybody has any idea about it let me know.

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Juice

Its a Bagley Model B flat side. Probably from the 80's. I mave have a few in my crank bait box along with some Bagley Smoo's.

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I would agree with jdr418. But, with that lip, it could also be a custom painted "Carolina Killer" as Rick Haliburton (Ricks Baits) of Rutherford College, used to paint some in that color. Musky Glenn up 40 at Marion

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It is a bagley, it a bagley g-force flat b 2. The ones I have found online have a circuit board bill so that hasn't been modified and I guess it isn't that old either if it has that kind of bill. Thanks for the help and musky Glenn I only live 5 minutes from rutherford colle.

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