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tailchaser16 wrote: »
I know Win Car had similar heads and bodies. I have seen the bodies at Outdoor Resorts and River Wilderness.
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Hallemin lures had only limited supply as the guy who was making them is moving away. He only had 3/8 oz heads in stock back in October.
Here are the closet I have found to what you are looking for in tails. Hogies or Offshore Angler.
Win Car and Everglades Bait and Tackle (at the circle) have the best selection of tackle for the Glades.
Seems like Kenny is scaling back on tackle at O.R..
River Wilderness has never sold any tackle. Don't know if you meant Glades Haven.
I try to buy local when possible, keep the stores open in Everglades.
Any word on the future of Seafood Depot ?????
It was decent and open late for that area.
Heck, they have a sweet old Reflecto Spoon display case on the wall of the office from the 1940s. Its crazy how well those simple lures still work on Snook and Tarpon. I prefer the #3 with a white feather, but some locals swear by the red (everyone loves red and white down here), and some guys fish only the chartreuse. One thing is for sure it seems- without a feather its a trout and mackerel bait.
With the feather (and a slow-swagger retrieve) it continues to put the hurtin' on Snook and Tarpon.
You will even see a few odd-ball lures like Devil's Horses, etc. that don't typically end up displayed next to MirroLures and Flare Hawks, haha. But I assure you, Devils Horses (and even Tiny Torpedos) will beat the snot out of Tarpon and Snook when they are looking up.