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    Hey guys I need some help.I am looking for a pink rubber mouse/rat that goes on a hook,They come several in a pack I dont know what they are called All i know is that pike love them.So if you have any idea what im talking about please help me out.Also I do not want info or tips on other lures or anything but what i asked so thank you.
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    We can partner up and market the little pink rascals!

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    I have never seen of heard of the lure you are asking about but I do like fullbush's concept and bet it would work wonders on pike!

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    You should be able to get live pinkies or hoppers at any pet store. People feed them to their fish or snakes all the time. They use to be a staple for my fish (an Oscar) before I got rid of the tank so that I could move... Does it have to be rubber?

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    I've used something called a moss mouse for bass but I've never seen one in pink. Might be worth looking at a BassPro catalog, I know down south alot of topwater mice, frogs, etc. are used for big bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasethemoon View Post
    I've used something called a moss mouse for bass but I've never seen one in pink. Might be worth looking at a BassPro catalog, I know down south alot of topwater mice, frogs, etc. are used for big bass.
    they do not carry them.I have looked in cabelas,bass pro,SW, I know that in fairbanks before they closed J and L sporting goods carried them...So far no one else seems to.I guess I just had my hopes up that maybe someone knew what I was looking for..Oh well.Thank you for trying guys
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    I hope the picture goes through... is this what you were looking for. It's the moss mouse, made by an outfit called "Snag-proof". It looks like you can purcahse directly from their website or a couple of other colors are available on the discount lure site which was recently posted on as having cheap crippled hearing and Kwikfish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasethemoon View Post
    I hope the picture goes through... is this what you were looking for. It's the moss mouse, made by an outfit called "Snag-proof". It looks like you can purcahse directly from their website or a couple of other colors are available on the discount lure site which was recently posted on as having cheap crippled hearing and Kwikfish.

    Moss_Mouse_Hot_P_4d1b88235ea90_150x150.jpg
    I am sorry but this is not it.It is almost a flat piece of soft plastic with tiny tiny ears and a short tail. not detailed and comes in a plastic baggie of like 5.
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