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Larry Dahlberg at TC Muskies Inc January 8

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Larry Dahlberg will be talking about and giving demonstrations on lure design and production at TC Muskies Inc January 8.

Larry has been inventing innovative ways to catch fish his whole life. From the Dahlberg diver to the Whopper Plopper, they fulfill a need. Have an idea for a new lure? Larry is going to bring his cadre of materials to the Twin Cities Chapter of Muskies inc on January 8 to show you the way.

Greg Ide

(so, have any of you fished with a kite like Larry does?)

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Joe Peterson (makes those beautiful TrueGlide lures) and Shawn Kellet (makes Muskie Treats lures) are going to help Larry make soft baits. I'm going to bring some harnesses from dead BullDawgs and see if they can be re-used. We are also asking those with tools to make bucktails to bring them, as we give lots of them to kids over the year. We have #7 blades and materials for the bucktails.

Greg Ide

(my fingers have two blisters from a torch)

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