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SMGS - (Smith) Green Scale

COLOR NAME: (Smith) Green Scale
LURE(S) PICTURED: Zara Spook (9255SMGS), Lucky 13 Spook (2500SMGS)

Light blue scales on top, green scales on sides, yellow belly, yellow around the eyes and face. This is one of the 'Smith' colors, a color made especially for the Japanese lure manufacturer by Heddon, c. 1980. The Japanese call this color "hebi" which means a snake in Japanese language.

(Thanks to Takayoshi Kurikawa of Japan for providing information on this color!)
(Pictures of Zara Spook courtesy of Cap'n John Kolbeck!)
(Picture of Lucky 13 Spook courtesy of Frank Knapp!)

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