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WE - Walleye


COLOR NAME: Walleye
COLOR CODES: WE
LURE(S) PICTURED: Hedd Hunter (9300WE), Tiger (1010WE), Sonar (430WE)
DESCRIPTION:

Golden brown body with brown scales and brown rib pattern over back and sides, white belly. This is one of several of the "natural" finishes or colors produced by Heddon in the late 1970's and early 1980's. This color is quite similar and is often mistaken for Pike Scale but differs in that this color doesn't have a black spine and green around the eyes and/or face.

The Sonar in this color varies as it has more of a speckled brownish-green body color with a black rib pattern.

This is a cataloged color for all the lures shown, c. 1970's & 1980's..

(Picture of Sonar courtesy of Gabby Talkington!)

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