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KA - Glo Khaki Alewife

COLOR NAME: Glo Khaki Alewife
LURE(S) PICTURED: Glo Tadpolly (9001KA)

White body with brown scales and brown spine. The 'white' body is made of a slightly rough material that causes the lure to glow-in-the-dark that when exposed to light, will glow a greenish color. A variation is a much darker brown that covers the face and back as shown. This is a catalogued color for this lure and other Heddon lures and dates to the late 1970's and early 1980's and is one of several 'glo' colors made during that time period.

(Pictures courtesy of Andrew Girling!)

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