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The first thing I thought of was they were an ultra light version of the Heddon Tadpolly, but then their website doesn't show them, and on second look, the eyes are too buggy.

Where did you find those?
 

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The first thing I thought of was they were an ultra light version of the Heddon Tadpolly, but then their website doesn't show them, and on second look, the eyes are too buggy.

Where did you find those?
They were in my Dad's box mixed in with a bunch of Willys Worm. So they are at least 15 years old.
 

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Hmmm not tadpollys for sure. I have plenty of those. Interesting rear hook idea. Have you tried them. Do they have action. Please post if you find out
 

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Could be Bandit, Wordens, or Yakima lures. I remember those being available in the 90's, pretty sure they're discontinued now. If there's no markings/ label on them they might be some generic brand copy. I bet if ya removed the belly hook you could really grind those thru the logjams.
 

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I had some and they worked good on small mouth and I caught a couple of steelhead on them. Don't know what they were called but they worked. I lost the last one I had on a steelhead in the river. The ones I had were purcchased 25 years ago
 
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