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help locating jig

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Hi, a few years back (10+) i purchased some jigging spoons from Luck's bait, they were packaged individually and as i recall they were called "Walleye Willow" spoons, i don't know who made them but last year when i was up there i couldn't find them --- the were shaped like a willow, with glow eye's, in colors of half: pink/gold, green/gold, black/silver, orange/black -- any idea if they are around yet and who might make them? -- thanks

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I think they are made by JB lures

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Thanks for the tip AceintheHole. i went out and checked their web site and the closest they have to it would be the Weasle -- which isn't quite it -- the lure i'm looking for has a slight curv/bend to it and it flutters down fairly slowly, considering it's size which is about 1.25 inches (not counting the single hook attached)-- thanks anyways - i'll continue the hunt. i have a few assorted colors left but my buddy was pulling in walleyes last year with one i loaned him (only color i had - go figure) - he now refuses to give it back smile.gif

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I think I know what your taliking about, Just a thin piece of metal curved with a single hooke attached to a split ring, painted in two colors with an eye painted on, if so I ordered mine ten years ago through cabelas summer fishing catalog. Boar

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Log Cabin has em or at least had. Good lure, got a chartruse/green eye and a gold/red eye on two of my poles from last year. Flutters real slow, big ones hit em hard. Makes a great search lure as well. It lures em in then, then take ur lil jig n minnow on your other rig,- BAM BAM BAM,-tick - fishon!

NOt to be confused with the Sutton-willow spoon, the "Hoggies Walleye Willospoon" has a single mustad hook, along with a swivel, and is much lighter. Manufactured by Bait Rigs Tackle co in Madison WI, Their web adress is baitrigs daught com.

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They are a great lure!!! i've used them all over and they work -- The fact that they have a slow presentation/fall rate is what triggers those fish -- they work wonders on a dead stick - slowly lift and let it flutter down --- i may have found them on the web at JR Lures -- thanks for all the help

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They are a great lure!!! i've used them all over and they work -- The fact that they have a slow presentation/fall rate is what triggers those fish -- they work wonders on a dead stick - slowly lift and let it flutter down --- i may have found them on the web at JR Lures -- thanks for all

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