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Question by DakotaMan. Uploaded on June 14, 2009
Sorry DakotaMan little before my time. Have you checked the "web" for any info on them?
Wow! Those are some old school lures. The eyes were innovative for the time. You could probably carve your own lures to mimic their catalog. I think they were using pine, but you could use balsa wood, just add some eyes. You can get them at a costume/variety store.The fish haven't seen them in a while, you might kill 'em.
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Well I was just going to say I have a L-J in red and white, and used to have a frog one. Great lure. It's kind of that iconic lure you always see in old fishing pictures.
man i used to love a bass oreno . some scummy pike stole my last one few years ago .
thats finny I just found 1 of these in red in white in 1 of my dads old tackle boxs
Thanks guys and special thanks to MLH for the link... I didn't know tht Luhr Jenson still made them. I think I will get some and give them a try. I'm glad to see that they haven't disappeared.
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