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Cotton Cordell Big O
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Description: In 1967, when Fred Young carved the first Big O fishing lure from a block of balsa wood, he created a legacy that has endured for decades. After 30 years, the Cotton Cordell Big O lure is still an active part of crankbait and fishing tackle history.

The Big O is a fishing favorite for big trophy bass because its shorter, squared lip deflects off cover, making it ideal to fish around submerged structure. These fishing lures are perfect for largemouth bass fishing.

A Cotton Cordell Bass Lure. A productive stream and pond lure, go ahead. The Big O's action and shape make it very castable on ultra-light to light spinning tackle. This is a favorite for white bass, panfish and bass.
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