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SSD - Silver Shad

COLOR NAME: Silver Shad

Top: River Runt Midget Spook (9019SSD), Tiny Floating River Runt Spook (340SSD)
Bottom: Tiny Torpedo (360SSD)

DESCRIPTION: River Runt Spook: The first version of this color has the traditional Shad red gill mark and black spot on either side of the head and a pearlized silver body and yellow eyes. The much later version has a white body with fine silver scales on the sides, a silver spine and face, a black spot on either side of the head, a white belly, and orange eyes. The later version is a cataloged color for River Runt Spooks, c. 1975. The Torpedo has both the red gill marks and the black dot on either side of the tail with a silver scale pattern on the spine and white eyes; c. 1960's & 1970's.

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