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Lindy Crawler Harness Live-Bait Rig

Item # 441175
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Key Features

  • Holographic blades emulate baitfish patterns

  • Bead patterns match secondary color hues

  • Hand-tied rig with 72" of 14-lb. flourocarbon line

  • #2 Octopus hook

  • #3 Colorado blade


Our Price   $2.99

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Product Description
lindy Lindy Live-Bait Rigs combine the fish-attracting color and vibration of a spinner with the slip-sinker advantages of Lindy Rigging. Holographic blades emulate primary baitfish patterns, while hand-selected bead patterns match the secondary color hues that trigger feeding instincts. Each hand-tied crawler harness uses 72" of 14-lb. flourocarbon line, a #2 Octopus hook, and #3 Colorado blades. Ideal for fishing walleye or perch. Includes 2 snells, 2 sinkers (1/4 oz. and 3/8 oz.), and 1 swivel clip.
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Specifications
Model Crawler Harness
Leader 14-lb. Fluorocarbon Line
Length (in.) 72
Hook #2 Octopus
Blade #3 Colorado
Quantity 1

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