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Lure Question

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Hi all,

Saw a guy fishing over the fourth with what looked like a big moss boss lure, probably about 4 inches long maybe, yellow with red spots on it. I checked the Heddon site and I don't think it was a moss boss lure. It looked more like a wooden lure, and the colors didn't match anything on their site. Any ideas what it may have been? Thanks!

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I have one and can't remember for sure but think it might have been made by Poe's?? Don't know if they still make it, if not there is a plastic version out made by Renegade lures. R&H's has it in their '08 catalog, can't find the '09 right now to see if its still listed.

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sounds like a Renagade Frog. but they are plastic. i made a few out of cedar before, but bigger. there used to be another one out there that was a soft foam rubber bait like the key floats we use in boats but i haven't seen them for awhile and don't remember the company anymore, called a pig somrthing or another or something pig... maybe hawwg?, dunno. kind of just put it out of my mind i guess. hope this helps.

lol, cooter got it in before my post.

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i'm pretty sure it was odyssey lures that made the foam. not possitive though.

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sloppy pig????

that sounds right, yup.

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I think the Sloppy Pig by Odyssey is what you are talking about. I have a couple of them...that I don't ever use. When I see slop I think bass not muskies. I'm probably making a mistake not fishing in the thick stuff once in a while.

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That looks like the one guys, thanks! Now, if I could find one for sale...

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