World Famous Musky Lures For Over 40 Years
In the early 1970’s Terry Moulton began turning out wooden musky lures on a small lathe in the back of his garage. At first they were just for himself and a few friends.
In 1976, the Bi-Centennial year of our country, Moulton figured that America needed a Bi-Centennial musky lure. So he came out with the “Yankee Doodle Dandy”, a lure with a propeller on both ends, a blue head with white spots, a red back, and white belly.
Yankee Doodle Dandy was real patriotic, but Moulton claims he only sold about sixty of these. However, real fishermen don’t give up easily and in 1978 Terry Moulton introduced a lure called the Hawg Wobbler®. The Hawg Wobbler® was an immediate success.
Word of this amazing new lure spread rapidly. Reports of big muskies and giant largemouth bass were coming from everywhere. Ordinary fishermen, professional fishing guides, and tournament participants were amazed at the ability of this lure to produce large muskies and giant largemouth bass.
Many professional fishermen claim this to be the best surface lure ever to come along. Its slow rolling side to side wobble, clicking noise from the joint, and vibration from the spinner create five distinct underwater sounds. Fishermen are amazed when they see how well the Hawg Wobbler works.
“Fame comes in a moment, but greatness comes through longevity.”
World Famous Musky Lures For Over 40 Years – The Hawg Wobbler® is still producing big muskies and huge largemouth bass.
The Hawg Wobbler® now comes in four sizes and 12 fish catching colors: