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from reclaimed wood...one has woodburned pike on the grip(minnesota outline with lake mille lacs on the other side) and the other has a carved pike for the handle....both about 16.5" long
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Nice job Rod

But I think you are going to need a bigger boat (rod) with that big lure..

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Nice job Rod

But I think you are going to need a bigger boat (rod) with that big lure..

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it's a decoy jig stick for a spearing decoy ....the decoy shown is about 8" long......
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Very nice work your a man of many talents

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