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Walleye #1

Glow Devils

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I have a question...

I am having trouble finding glow devils. Any ideas on some places that might have a large stock of them. I live in Southeast MN, any ideas??

Also how have people done using them?? Any colors or sizes that seem to work best??

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So far I've had the best luck with a 1/8th ounce size, red glow color Glow Devil. Caught lots of crappies, a couple nice northerns, 2 real nice and a bunch of smaller walleyes, a couple jumbo perch, and even one very hungry little sunfish on it. I also agree with ordering it from FM. Mine took a little longer to get than I was hoping but that was due to a backorder situation.

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I haven't seen a lot of Glow Devils at baitshops as much as I've seen Angel Eyes. I agree with everyone else on saying that its best to order them here at FM. You save a few bucks and you don't have to worry about a certain color being sold out at baitshops and tackle stores (I've seen that happen a few times) wink.gif

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Glow Devil Demand outstripped production.

The Glow Devils are backordered and difficult to find anywhere and it's on a first come first served basis.

I just received a shipment in this afternoon and I'm expecting another shipment next week.

If you want this very popular lure in three fish catching sizes go to:

http://tacklecity.com

We hope to have any orders taken this week filled by the end of next week.

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We use glow spoons and we see them all over in bait stores in the Bemidji area.

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Quiet Pete.. thats my personal supply.I just have to pay for them yet.Walleye-I will stop out there today and see if he still has them.-Icemac

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Psst...Thorne Bros had a few left a week ago. Good luck, there wasn't many left.

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Stopped at Thorne Bros. last night and they still have some left, lots of Angel Eyes too.
They didn't have the perch pattern I was looking for though. I think I can survive without it.

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I've got some spares in 1/8 and 1/4 oz. I'll sell for 10 bucks each-LOL!

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I ordered a card of 1/8 oz Glow Devils a week ago or so. Does anyone have any idea how long I can expect to wait before I see them?

Thanks.

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I waited 3 weeks because they were backorderd when i put it my order.i know they are still running behind but they are about immpossible to find anyplace else. worth the wait though, very well made lure.

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loosegoose - I ordered a week before x-mas. Just got an email from them the other day stating that they were going to be shipping mine out priority mail today.

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man i have been slamming the fish on those spoons. best dam spoon made. sure glad i ordered early.

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I picked some up at Denny's in Roseau the weekend after Christmas and there weren't very many left. I hope Jeff doesn't come out with too many more lures because I am running out of room for all of them. The do work very well.

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Whitetip,
What's your technique? Tipped with minnow head? Stinger hook? I've got some but I've had better luck with a plain hook and minnow.
Thanks, Dobber

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ive been putting two fathead minnow heads on two of the trebles.

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