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Jon Selbig met Weber when he was 12 years old, at the Grand Rapids fishing show. Selbig and his father By the time Selbig was 16, he was first-mating on a charter boat with Michigan Stinger pro-staffer Chip Klein of Hit Man Charters out of Grand Haven.
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The water pulled at Terry Weber from an early age and never really let him go. On Dec. 16, it took him one last time when he died in an ice-fishing tragedy on Big Bear Lake north of Lewiston. Weber was 69. He grew up in Cheboygan before moving to Boyne Falls. Like all legends, Weber’s story will carry on. It’s a tale about nutty dunkers and Michigan lures, fish tales, joy, family and raising a little hell. Inspiration, teacher, legend, leader: These words came up on Facebook analytics for Terry Weber. Invasive Asian carp less than 50 miles from Lake Michigan Wolf hunting in Michigan OK'd by Snyder — but it's still illegal Back in the 1980s, Weber couldn’t abide the notion of paying for a lure, and so he and a partner began to pound out Advance... Photos of those days show him holding up fish in stringy cut-offs, sporting long sideburns and cool aviators. Like the Ozark Mountain Boys he listened to, Weber knew if he wanted to get to heaven he would have to raise a little hell, and he looked like he just might. After a couple years, the partner sold his half of the business out to Weber and his wife, Jean, for $500. Weber never imagined his products would be sold at Bass Pro, Cabela’s, Gander Mountain, Walmart, Jay’s, Frank’s Great Outdoors, D&R Sports,... Weber just tooled on in a tiny room of the family home. The first lures were drawings on brass that he cut by hand, in tiny room of the basement of home. He airbrushed a lot of them with white painted on the back and the fronts would be white, black, yellow or green. To achieve mastery and understand what worked, naturally Weber had to fish. His son Rob’s earliest memories of the early days blur together into a continuous stream of fishing weekends with siblings Mike, Bill and Toni. “We’d come flying out of the cabin when we heard it. My sister and I would be jammed into the bottom of a Cuddy cabin boat, fishing the Manitou Islands every weekend. Those were our memories of the early times. He invited what was hidden to emerge: the lure in the piece of metal, the fish in the water, the man in the boy. Jon Selbig met Weber when he was 12 years old, at the Grand Rapids fishing show. Selbig and his father lived in Muskegon and fished for salmon exclusively with Michigan Stingers. Selbig was amazed that a business owner like Weber would take time to ask him which lures were working for him. Weber gave Selbig’s family hats, T-shirts and plenty of conversation. “He said you represent the outdoors,” Selbig said, “you’re important, you’re the future. By the time Selbig was 16, he was first-mating on a charter boat with Michigan Stinger pro-staffer Chip Klein of Hit Man Charters out of Grand Haven. Selbig reconnected with Weber, who continued to give consideration to Selbig’s youthful opinions. “If I didn’t like a lure or thought the blue lure would be better with some yellow on it, he would have it painted up and send it to me to test,” Selbig said. Weber’s confidence in Selbig as a young man inspired him. “I learned how important it was to be consistent, to follow through, to give the customer what they wanted,” he said. Selbig attended Michigan State with the intention of becoming a teacher. His freshman year, Weber offered him a new job, West Michigan sales representative. If lures didn’t sell, Weber allowed Selbig to replace them with the hottest lures out there. One year they tinkered with the paint and it began to come off. “He taught me what it was to be a man, to take responsibility, and he did this with everyone he came in contact with,” Selbig said. Weber’s quest for knowledge fueled his conversations with anglers, improved his product and ultimately drove his relationship with DNR biologist Tim Cwalinski. “He called us up and just asked questions, endless questions,” Cwalinski said. Why we would stock one fish in a lake and not another, things like that. Weber also transitioned from a big water angler to small ponds. He took competition less seriously, and if he had bad day fishing, he would just eat a nutty dunker for luck. He sold the big boat, bought a small one and got a car to take to car shows with his wife. And until mid-December, he was still putting stickers on Michigan Stingers in the shop in a pole barn, producing 3,000 lures a day.
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