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Old lure I found #13241078 08/08/19 10:01 PM
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I had a friend who passed away years ago who’s father had a fishing tackle store up north for maybe thirty years before he retired and moved to texas so his daughter could care for him. The shop was packed up and put in storage where stuff sat for another 10-15 years.

I told them to put the stuff on eBay years ago because it was in the box old new fishing reels and lures , which they did. I forgot they gave me some stuff which I just found a little of it in storage.

In particular were these little spoon flies I have a dozen of. Not sure if the leaders are usable but I think I’m going to try them out for crappie and bluegills. Maybe even sandies?

They are tiny!

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Re: Old lure I found [Re: badgrandad] #13251876 08/18/19 06:00 PM
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I’d imagine they’ll work great on white bass at least.


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