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Jar of 1" Micro Spider Bait "The Writing Spider"

Jar of 1" Micro Spider Bait "The Writing Spider"

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Introducing the "Writing Spider" – 1-inch soft plastic marvels that redefine creek fishing. Crafted from durable floating plastic, these spiders are not just lures; they're game-changers.

The Writing Spider mimics the natural movements of real arachnids, creating an irresistible lure for a variety of creek-dwelling species.

At 1 inch, these soft plastic spiders are the perfect size for enticing bites from bass, trout, panfish, and more, ensuring a versatile and successful fishing experience.

Engineered from top-quality floating plastic, the Writing Spider stays afloat, providing enhanced visibility and prolonging its lifespan. With a pack of 6, you're ready for countless creek adventures. Upgrade your tackle box and let the Writing Spider weave its magic on your next fishing expedition!

Hook Pairing Recommendations:

These pair great with size 8-12 Creek Life Tungsten Bead Jig Heads or Creek Life EWG Hooks for weedless rigging!

Appalachian Back Story:

In the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, there lived a wise old fisherman known as Jeremiah. He often told a curious tale about a spider called "The Writing Spider."

Jeremiah claimed that this spider was no ordinary arachnid. It had the remarkable ability to spin its delicate web in the shape of letters and words. The Writing Spider would craft its intricate designs every night along the creek, as if leaving messages for those who dared to venture into the wilderness.

Locals believed that the spider's webs contained ancient secrets and advice, guiding fishermen to the best spots along the creek. Many anglers would visit the creek and carefully examine the spider's creations, hoping to decipher the cryptic messages.

The legend of The Writing Spider lived on, with fishermen seeking wisdom and guidance in its intricate webs, always respecting the creek and the creatures that dwelled there. Jeremiah passed on, but the tale of The Writing Spider continued to be told, a reminder that nature held its own kind of wisdom for those who listened closely.

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