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Lindy Genz bug blue

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I absolutely love this lure for crappies. I picked some up about 3 years ago and now they are completly worn out. I am having trouble finding these jigs anywhere. I did find them on lindy tackle website but about a dollar more than any store. Does anyone have these in the metro area?

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Are they the ones with the 45 degree hook?

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that's them

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found a bunch of them in size 8 and 10 today at Joe's Sporting goods, picked up a couple for the box as i dont see them too often, they have them for $1 each

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sweet I'll be heading up there soon. Thank you that is one of my go to jigs for pannies.

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I've also seen them at Cabelas. I've bought them that come in the two pack and I've also seen them come in the box that has the tails and jigs in there. Good luck finding them. They're tricky for me to find too.

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