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Heddon Baby Lucky 13

   

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2400BF
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  • SKU: 984570

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Red Head

Red Head

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2400RH
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  • SKU: 1112287

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Fluorescent Green Crawdad

Fluorescent Green Crawdad

2-5/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X2400GRA
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1112286

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Like its big brother, the Heddon Baby Lucky 13® has a concave face for erratic moves no cold-front bass can ignore. To cover water, try a steady subsurface retrieve.

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Great old favorite I'm 65 years old and have been fishing since I was 7 or 8 . Going back about as far as I can remember I fished with a Lucky 13 and a Bass Oreno which is another story . The 13 was a wood plug in the beginning and was always one of my favorites and has caught many bass over the years . I recently bought a couple of new ones . They are now plastic of course but I really don't see alot of difference in the action of the bait . I think the plastic sits alittle lower in the water and is alot more durable . But just because it's an old bait does'nt mean it's not a great bait , and has a place in every tackle box . November 6, 2008
Fair I like Heddon lures, but I found that when I used this lure, it tended to dive, rather than pop. So I added a small split shot to the back hook to make the front sit up a little higher in the water. It works fine now and pops! I think Heddon should think about weighting the back of this lure a tiny bit. June 25, 2013
top notch This lure is ledgendary. It is always there for me when I need it. If ever I have a dull day on the water I pull this thing out. It has a combination of a good action and great poping sound. It drives fish crazy. This is one of my favourites, and is my most productive lure. Just don't forget it at home! October 27, 2009
Not Just For Bass I was shown this bait from a friend in Canada, he has been using it for over 40 years. What a great lure. If someone said you have one choice of top water to use, there is no question the BullFrog color in this lure is the BOMB. They can' t stay off it. I just cought a big Northern Pike on it too! June 15, 2010
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How do you fish this lure

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You do it just like you would a spook but with shorter twitches of your line
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1) cast 2) reel.
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No, I am sorry but not at this time.
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Wood or plastic ?

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For old timers like myself who grew up using the old models made from wood . Do you prefer the old wood plugs or the newer plastic ?
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Wood. The plastic lures seem to have less weight. This means I cannot cast as far as I used to.
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wood
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Funny you should ask, "paper or plastic" it sounds like you are in a grocery store.

The wood plugs that I have are all retired and kept on display now.

I used to fish with them a long time ago and they were great!

The fishermen of today will probably never get to enjoy the pleasures of fishing with wooden lures.

I'm afraid of losing those old classics if I fish with them any more. So, I fish with the newer ones. Plastic it is!
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I AM 50 &STARTED SMALLMOUTH FISHING IN THE 3RD GRADE USING A TINY WOOD LUCKY 13 STILL THE BEST LURE IN MY BOX I WISH I COULD BUY A TINY LUCKY 13 WHY STOP MAKING THE TINY LUCKY 13
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