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WGS - Glo Rib Alewife

COLOR NAME: Glo Rib Alewife
LURE(S) PICTURED: Glo Hedd-Hunter (9321WGS)

Glo Hedd-Hunter: There are 2 versions of this color and both were made in the Glo-Hedd Hunter. The 1st version, (top picture) has a luminous white body with pink rib pattern. This color is described as 'phosphorescent' in Heddon catalogs and was one of several such colors made for the Glo Hedd-Hunter line. This version was made from 1978 to 1980.

The 2nd version (bottom picture) also had a luminous white body but instead of pink ribs, it had random pink markings. This was made in 1981 and 1982. Another lure that appeared in this color pattern was Heddon's Sonar.

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