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Needlefish ID

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The Greek used the Pi symbol.

Edited by MorningWood

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6 mins ago, the greek said:

Yes the top one is an older one of mine. 

 

Thank you 

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24 mins ago, Steel Pulse said:

That is a good guess. I have several shaped in that fashion. 

 

Which one?

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Here is a digger needle in the famous rootbeer color.  He made both floaters and sinkers.  He based them on the BM Wadd if I remember correctly.

 

If digger made it, he would of signed his name and the year made.

 

This one hangs in a place of honor and will never be fished again. One magical night on a jetty with fish on almost every cast when using it. 

 

 

digger needle.jpg

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3 hours ago, Salty Veins said:

I was going to guess Linesider69 on the middle needle. Does it float? ~2oz?

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I haven't used it or checked the weight. Usually he puts " 69" on his plugs though, right?  Either way they look the same to me.

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And I’m almost positive now that that the bottom needle one is from the first batch of resin needles I ever did.   

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47 mins ago, John E said:

Here is a digger needle in the famous rootbeer color.  He made both floaters and sinkers.  He based them on the BM Wadd if I remember correctly.

 

If digger made it, he would of signed his name and the year made.

 

This one hangs in a place of honor and will never be fished again. One magical night on a jetty with fish on almost every cast when using it. 

 

 

digger needle.jpg

Thanks for sharing , so ruling digger out.

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