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Thread: Monday Morning Fishing Trivia #52

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    Default Monday Morning Fishing Trivia #52

    A Indiana lure company made a very unique lure from 1937-42. it was actually two lures in one. Dual action. Had a line tie on each end...tie your line on one end and it had a nice slow wobble, tie your line on the other end and it had a quick darting diving action. It was a 3 and 3/4 inch lure...made of wood and had tack eyes. Name the company and the name of this lure. I will give the answer tonight and post a picture of it.
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    What will they come up with next?
    Tell'em I'll be there.

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    no clue, but it sure sounds like a strange looking one
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    s.b.t.o.

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    Dang that's cool. Only a guber from Indiana would think of that. Prolly related to Billbob.
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    Got to be the reversible diving floating jigger doodle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pico View Post
    Got to be the reversible diving floating jigger doodle.

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    I bet that lure doesn't know if it's coming or going.
    Tell'em I'll be there.

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    My answer every week going forward is "rooster tail"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pico View Post
    Got to be the reversible diving floating jigger doodle.
    No, that came out at the same time as the booyah! foot long buzz bait. It would be funny to come up with period buzzwords for lures. We seem to live in the era of slayers and killers. I mean, we have a murder hornet for goodness sakes. Oh wait. The troutslayer murderhornet. I feel that coming

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