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Help Identify This Curly Grub

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Hey everyone, New to the forum here and trying to get some help on identifying these curly tail grubs. They are a 2 inch curly tail grub that have a brownish body and purple tail. When held up to light, the brown color fades away, and the purple color shines through the main body. They work great around where i live, and the small mouth seem to hit them even when nothing else works. They were given to me by a friend, and I only have these two left. I know it might be hard to identify the company who makes them, but does anyone know what the color scheme would be called? or something similar being made today? Thanks!!!

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God only knows, there are a million grubs out there. I would find a custom soft plastic company online and have them make some for you. There are quite a few that promise they can replicate colors for you. You might have to order a hundred at once, but if they are one of you go to baits, it will be worth it.

Here is a guy that says he can match you bait/colors:

http://www.bustersbaits.com/

There is a list of others on this site:

http://www.customtackledirectory.com/soft-plastics.html

There are a bunch more if you play around with phrasing on google. Good luck.

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If there is no brand name on the tail, then most likely it is a generic knockoff.  Mister Twister, Gary Yamamoto and most name brand companies make a similar product that should give you the same results.

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Idk the brand but probably a tequila sunrise color... Never caught a smally but I hear they hate pinkish colors

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Thanks for the help guys, I figured it would probably be a lost cause with no markings on it at all. I will give one of the companies a try, maybe they can replicate it.

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I was thinking Tequila Sunrise at first, but maybe even a PB&J.  Good luck DGE

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