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Found it in a tackle box downstairs. My dad didn't know much about it. Google came up with nothing. 

 

I assume this must be for live bait? Worm or minnow? The hook configuration is what throws me off a little bit. Two minnows side by side?

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1. Remove hook

2. Insert wire into the mouth of a large, dead minnow

3. Push the wire through the minnow, and out its butt

4. Re-attach the hook

5. Snug the minnow down onto the hook, with one point on either side of the tail

6. Snug the collar down onto/into the minnow's mouth

 

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Snagless Sally rig. Longer wire than most rigs, walleye anglers and some add a skirt or a live night crawler or minnow.

Tom

 

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10 hours ago, WRB said:

Snagless Sally rig. Longer wire than most rigs, walleye anglers and some add a skirt or a live night crawler or minnow.

Tom

 

 

I wouldn’t call it a Snagless Sally, at least not by any modern definition.

 

It’s a strip-on spinner rig designed to be used with a minnow.  The long wire accommodates different sizes of baitfish and it serves as a leader to prevent bite-offs (this was a popular pike rig).

 

Look up Prescott Strip-On Spinner

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