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deehawk

Phelps Half Face jigs

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Last summer I saw a couple of posts by people using the Half Face jigs to fish walleyes in the weeds. Can anybody give me some info on where to purchase them or get a catalog? I live in Glenwood and can't seem to find them in my area.

Thanks!

Brian

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Brian, contact Matt, the owner of Phelp's Tackle, at (218) 766-3818 and he can get one out to you.

Otherwise you can e-mail me your address and I'll get it to Matt so he can send you a catalog.

Half Face Jigs work well!

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Matt, thanks for the reply and contact info. I'll give Matt a call. Looking forward to giving the jigs a try!

Brian

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deehawk,

Definitely give me a call and I will send you the information you need on the Jigs and our other products. Thanks.

Matt Phelps

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